This course is designed to be a valuable addition to an undergraduate experience for those with an interest in health by providing a broad intellectual perspective on mentoring others in the discovery of their health and wellness. Students will learn key skills and knowledge needed for facilitating and translating the science of health in a classroom setting. This is a pre-requisite for students interested in enrolling in Health 300. This course is offered spring semesters, for 3 credit hours.

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Peer Health Partner Training

Faculty

Lisa Dupree, MS

Jamie Hamblin, MS, RD

Patricia Simonds, MS, RD

Myra Woodworth-Hobbs, PhD