Public Health Education Collaborative: Developing Engaging Trainings

Los Angeles, CA

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The Public Health Education Collaborative

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Developing Engaging Trainings


The Public Health Education Collaborative invites you to participate in an informative and interactive workshop that will address how to develop engaging trainings using adult learning and education theories and activities that promote audience participation.  This workshop is free and ideal for anyone involved in curriculum development, delivering trainings or presentations, group facilitation, or public speaking.




Dr. Veronica Acosta-Deprez is a Professor in the Department of Health Science at California State University, Long Beach. Her professional and research interests are in the areas of curriculum design and development, program evaluation, issues of race, class and gender in health care and health education.  Most recently, she has been involved in a collaborative research to study the impact of mobile technology and its integration into disease prevention and health promotion activities.



Muriel Guzzi is a Senior Consultant at Kaiser Permanente’s Regional Health Education department.  Muriel has worked for Kaiser Permanente for over 15 years and has over 30 years of experience in the field of health education and health promotion, with an emphasis on training and facilitating groups.   Muriel is also a Trainer for the Motivating Change: Brief Negotiations Method program.  She is a very enthusiastic and passionate promoter and recipient of the benefits of the programs that she teaches.



Registration & Continuing Education:

To register for this free event, visit:

Provider approved by the National Commission for Health Education Credentialing, Inc., Provider #MEP2460 for up to 4 CHES/MCHES contact hours. Nursing CEU’s pending approval (minimal cost for Nursing CEU's for external partners).


More Information:

Learn more about the Public Health Education Collaborative


If you have other questions, please contact Erika Siever at 213.351.7827 or