Violence Prevention and Public Health CE

Violence is a major public health issue and affects people in all stages of life. APHA has converted several of its violence prevention and public health scientific sessions to enduring materials that are available for continuing education credit.

The sessions in this activity cover an array of topics and showcase methods of prevention. These presentations were originally recorded during the 2011 and 2012 APHA Annual Meetings. See session descriptions.

How to participate and obtain CE Credit

1)  You must read the disclosures prior to accessing the activity. (link to CE activity is at the end of the disclosures)
2) Register and pay the access fee and enter the activity.
3) Follow the instructions to view recordings and take the post-test.  (Passing grade is 80 percent)
4) Print your CE certificate.

After registering and paying the access fee, you can log on as many times as you choose until Dec. 31, 2014. CME, CNE, CHES, and CPH credits are available for each session you successfully complete. A maximum of three credit hours are available for this activity.

To receive credit, the participant must listen to each session and view the accompanying slides. After viewing each session, the participant will be asked to complete a series of post-test questions pertaining to the presentation topic. The participant must receive a score of 80 percent or higher on the test in order to qualify for credit. Upon successful completion of the test, and submission of the session evaluation, the participant will be able to print a certificate for credit earned for the session. The participant may take the post-test as many times as necessary to earn a passing score and they may listen to one or all of the sessions, take the exam and evaluate the session to receive up to a maximum of three credits.