About Health EducationHealth educators work to encourage healthy lifestyles and wellness through educating individuals and communities about behaviors that promote healthy living and prevent diseases and other health problems. The health educator roles and responsibilities include: assessing needs, identifying assets, planning and implementing programs and services, conducting research, and communicating and advocating for health and wellness initiatives. Through a unique blend of education and research, health educators empower communities to make informed choices regarding health and wellness.
News & Events
- Kara Burnett, health education Masters student, will give the graduate address at commencement. Read more.
|•UAB Eat Right Program||•AIDS Alabama|
|•Children’s Health System||•American Cancer Society|
|•Girls, Inc||•American Red Cross|
|•Lakeshore Foundation||•American Diabetes Association|
|•Jefferson Co. Dept. of Health||•UAB Pediatrics – Infectious Disease Unit|
|•Jones Valley Teaching Farm|
|Minor in Health Education|
|Bachelors, Masters, and PhD degrees|
|Close mentoring of students|
|Real world exposure to health education field through service learning|
|Online courses for the busy students|
|Internships that provide “hands-on” work in the community|
|New degree program in Human Services|