The Ohio Association of University Health Educators: History and development

Cottrell, Randall R.; Ubbes, Valerie A.; Snider, Jane
September 1997
American Journal of Health Studies;1997, Vol. 13 Issue 4, p200
Academic Journal
Describes the development of the Ohio Association of University Health Educators (OAUHE), an organization comprised of health education faculty members from colleges and universities in the state of Ohio. Brief history of the OAUHE; Major projects and initiatives; Steps in developing a state association of college/university health educators.


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