South Kingstown, RI. (March 20, 2014) – From March 24 – 28, 2014 at The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs, Colorado, five Pro-Changers will present an Intensive Training Seminar and Concurrent Sessions on the Conference theme, “What Works Best in Health Promotion? Perspectives of the Top Program Managers and Scientists.”
James O. Prochaska, PhD and Janice M. Prochaska, PhD will lead a two-day intensive training institute on “Changing to Thrive: Latest Breakthroughs in Applying the Transtheoretical Model.” Kerry E. Evers, PhD will present on “Next Practices: The Integration of Best Practices in Health Behavior Change Interventions”; Sara S. Johnson, PhD will present on “Promoting Financial Well-Being: Why and how?”; James O. Prochaska, PhD will present on “High Impact Programs to Enhance Health and Well-Being”; and Carol O. Cummins, MLIS, MEd will present on “What Works Best in Health Promotion for College Students?” At a time in which critical questions are being raised about whether wellness works, it is important that we gather to share what works best in health promotion.
About The Art & Science of Health Promotion Conference
The annual Art & Science of Health Promotion Conference brings together the leaders in health promotion who represent some of the largest and most successful programs in workplace, clinical, educational, and community settings. For more information, please visit www.healthpromotionconference.