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OHP 20th Anniversary Highlights
Lex Gilberton 15 November 2013
Transcript of OHP 20th Anniversary Highlights
Tara Schuster starts in the position of health educator
Student Health Alliance of Peer Educators (SHAPE) starts
Southern College Health Association (SCHA) annual meeting
held at Emory
Dr. Huey comes to Emory!
Carol Kelly, MA, RD,
CSSD, LD becomes
Corey Anderson hired as Administrative Assistant
Heather Zesiger, MPH, MCHES begins work as Director
Gini Plummer receives Georgia Office of Highway Safety (GOHS) grant
First population level ACHA-NCHA
Alcohol and Other Drugs at Emory (AOD) Task Force Report
First Health Ed staff strategic planning retreat
Willie Bannister, LPC, NCC starts as Alcohol and Other Substance Abuse Counselor
Alex Vinson is our RHD Fellow
Alyssa Lederer joins HEP as a health educator jointly appointed with FSAP
Aline Jesus Rafi joins as first full time coordinator of sexual assault prevention education and response
SHAPE discontinued as student needs and interests evolve
HEP begins exploring meditation as a health promoting practice
HEP develops a facebook page
First mini-course debuts (SleepWell)
Corey Anderson leaves and Lex Gilbert joins as Administrative Assistant
Dan Hootman is our RHD Fellow
Be Well Excel listserv begins
SAAGA and TBTN join forces to become ASAP
Amanda Dookwah is our RHD Fellow
Amanda Yu begins as the Health Educator at Oxford
PE 101 as we know it ends
We change our name to Office of Health Promotion (OHP) at our annual retreat
Raphael Coleman is our RHD Fellow
Marc Cordon, MPH joins us as Health Promotion Specialist and Associate Director
Aline Jesus Rafi leaves to finish her PhD
ATP is discontinued due to student input
Sexual Assault Peer Advocates (SAPA) begins
Willie Bannister and Lauren Bernstein co-present at NASPA
Dooley quits smoking as Emory becomes Tobacco-Free
Water and Soap saves lives (film contest with Arts at Emory)
Mary Krueger is
Shirley Banks, Certified Sexuality Counselor
Carol Kelly, RD, LD, CSSW, MS
Virginia (Gini) Plummer, LCSW
Michael Huey, MD
Heather Zesiger, MPH, MCHES
Willie Bannister, Jr, LPC, NCCC
Aline Jesus Rafi
Marc Cordon, MPH
Lauren Bernstein, MSW
President's Mental Health Task Force Report calls for an increase in personnel and related services and lays the foundation for expansion in student support
We add Health Promotion to our department name: Health Education and Promotion (HEP)
Gini Plummer, LCSW wins the Humanitarian Award
Desiree Ashong is our first RHD Fellow
Be Well Excel logo created
First departmental community needs assessment: how faculty and staff respond to student in crisis
Heather Zesiger elected chair of the Health Promotion section of the American College Health Association (ACHA)
First RSPH practical experience student, Sheri Lawal
Alyssa Lederer leaves to pursue her PhD
We launch Student Health 101
Lauren Bernstein, MSW joins us and becomes coordinator of the Respect program
OHP Blog launches
Joint retreat with Georgia Tech HP staff
Record participation in the NCHA at Emory; national model
Sue Gloor is our RHD Fellow
Healthy Campus Coalition has its first meeting
Lauren Bernstein wins Advisor of the Year
Michael Faccini is our RHD Fellow
We have 19 summer interns!
Virginia Plummer, LCSW begins contract position as Alcohol, and Other Substance Abuse Prevention Counselor
Moved to 1525 building from Uppergate Drive
Shirley Banks begins her position as health educator, later sexuality counselor
Office of Health Promotion,
For over twenty years there has been a movement at Emory to promote student well-being through programs and services that are evidence-informed, student-centered and engaging.
Our work helps students Be Well and Excel in and out of the classroom and become change-agents at Emory an in their communities.
This prezi shares key moments from our history.
What's next for OHP?
Ever-increasing student engagement
Search underway for an ATOD prevention specialist to coordinate population-level and campus-community prevention efforts
Socio-ecological interventions to promote health are a priority for Campus Life
Play Emory takes shape as a new partner on campus
"Health is created and lived by people within the settings of their everyday life; where they learn, work, play and love. Health is created by caring for oneself and others, by being able to make decisions and have control over one's life circumstances, and by ensuring that the society one lives in creates conditions that allow the attainment of health by all its members."
WHO Ottawa Charter for Health Promotion, 1986.
Colleen Carter-Lunceford begins as
coordinator of health education
Carol Kelly, RD, LD begins
contract position as nutrition educator
HIV Testing begins
(has been discontinued)