As part of OPHA's mission to promote the professional experiences and development of Oklahoma's health and public health workforce, OPHA offers professional development opportunities and pursues approvals from credentialing bodies to offer continuing education to OPHA members for free as part of their membership benefits. As of September 2023, OPHA is proudly:

CE Credits from OPHA

OPHA Annual Conference

You may earn up to 7 CPH, CHES/MCHES, and Oklahoma Licensed Social Work credits/hours from OPHA's 2023 Annual Conference on September 24 & 25. The following conference sessions are approved for CE credits:

    1. Sep. 24 - Breaking Barriers Panel: The Intersection of Incarceration, Behavioral Health, & Substance Use
    2. Sep. 24 - Research, Programs, & Works in Progress
    3. Sep. 24 - Section, Caucus, & Committee Workshop
    4. Sep. 25 - Keynote Address & State of the State Address
    5. Sep. 25 - Aligning Health and Advocacy Panel: Examining Policy, Authority, & Legislation for Public Health
    6. Sep. 25 - Public Health Partnerships & Community Collaboration Panel
    7. Sep. 25 - Healing the Heartland Panel: Advancing Tribal & Rural Health in Oklahoma

Cost of CE Credits from OPHA

  • OPHA members pay no fee for CE credits as part of their membership benefits. Become a member here!
  • Community Health Workers (CHWs) pay no fee for CE credits - thank you for your work!
  • All other attendees will pay a fee per credit hour upon event registration.

OPHA Provider Credentials

  • NCHEC (CHES/MCHES) Provider #101897
  • Oklahoma Licensed Social Worker Provider #20230163
  • NBPHE (CPH) Provider - CPH credits are applied for and approved by NBPHE every event

Attendance & Evaluation Policies

OPHA strives to meet the standards and competencies of credentialing agencies, and therefore attendance at an OPHA CE event does not guarantee credit. CE-seeking attendees must complete OPHA's Attendance & Evaluation Survey, provided at the conclusion of the event, so that OPHA's Continuing Education Committee can ensure attendance, demonstrated learning, and provide requested CE event certificates to attendees on a quarterly basis. CE credits are ultimately awarded to participant by credentialing agency/body upon event and survey completion and the attendee reporting our provided activities.

CE Credits from APHA


    • APHA Now is the American Public Health Association's digital library of events, recordings, podcasts and more.
    • APHA members receive a discount on all courses and events. Find out more about APHA membership.
    • Want to continue the conversation? APHA members can log into their exclusive APHA LEAD community to share ideas and collaborate on the topics covered in APHA Now events. 

APHA Journal

    • Earn CE credits by reading the American Journal of Public Health (AJPH).
    • By reading select articles from AJPH you can earn CHESĀ®, CME, CNE, OP and CPH credits.

CE Credits from the CDC


    • CDC TRAIN is a gateway into the TRAIN Learning Network, the most comprehensive catalog of public health training opportunities. TRAIN is a free service for learners from the Public Health Foundation
    • CDC TRAIN provides access to more than 1,000 courses developed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) programs, grantees, and other funded partners. Courses offered by CDC course providers have been approved and verified by CDC.

Training and Continuing Education Online (TECO)

    • CDC’s Training and Continuing Education Online (TCEO) is a system that provides the public health and healthcare workforce access to CDC educational activities that offer free continuing education (CE) credits, contact hours, or units.
    • Use TCEO to search for CE opportunities, complete course evaluations and posttests, obtain your CE certificates, and manage your CDC CE transcript.

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