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Carl Fertman

Carl Fertman

University of Pittsburgh
155 Trees Hall
Allequippa and Darragh Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15261
Phone: 412-648-7191
Email: carl@pitt.edu

Presentations

  • Fertman, C. (November 2016). United States Health Promotion Program Structure and Challenges. Society for Public Health Education Chinese Health Educator Joint Meeting. Washington D.C.

    Fertman, C. (November 2016). United States Health Promotion Program Structure and Challenges. Society for Public Health Education Chinese Health Educator Joint Meeting. Washington D.C.

  • Fertman, C. (November 2015). Expanding Employer Capacity for Employee Health Promotion. National Business Coalition on Health National Conference. Dallas, TX.
  • Turkish Health Promotion Program Implementation Challenges, Institute for International Studies in Education, School of Education, International Speaker Series, February 2014

    Feb 2014
  • Fertman, C. & Allensworth, D. (April, 2013). Health Promotion Program Planning. 2nd International Health Promotion and Communication Symposium, Istanbul, Turkey, Turkish Ministry of Health.

    2013

    Fertman, C. & Allensworth, D. (April, 2013). Health Promotion Program Planning. 2nd International Health Promotion and Communication Symposium, Istanbul, Turkey, Turkish Ministry of Health.

  • Fertman, C. (April, 2013). Role of Health Education in Health Promotion Efforts. 2nd International Health Promotion and Communication Symposium, Istanbul, Turkey, Turkish Ministry of Health

    2013

    Fertman, C. (April, 2013). Role of Health Education in Health Promotion Efforts.  2nd International Health Promotion and Communication Symposium, Istanbul, Turkey, Turkish Ministry of Health


  • Fertman, C., Karakaya, K., Baran, K.., Göçmen, L., Tüzün, H., Arikan, I., & Erate, M. (October 2012). Turkish Ministry of Health, General Directorate of Health Promotion: Building its voice to promote the health of the Turkish citizenry. Society for Public Health Education Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA

    Oct 2012 - 2013

    Fertman, C., Karakaya, K., Baran, K.., Göçmen, L., Tüzün, H., Arikan, I., & Erate, M. (October 2012). Turkish Ministry of Health, General Directorate of Health Promotion: Building its voice to promote the health of the Turkish citizenry. Society for Public Health Education Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA


  • 2012

    Fertman, C. (April, 2012). Assessing The Needs Of Health Promotion Program Participants. Society for Public Health Education Webinar, Washington, D.C.

  • 2012


    Fertman, C. (April, 2012). Developing and Increasing Program Funding. Society for Public Health Education Webinar, Washington, D.C.


  • Assessing The Needs Of Health Promotion Program Particpants

    Apr 12, 2011


    International Health Promotion and Communication Symposium, Turkish Ministry of Health, Istanbul, Turkey

  • What Are Health Promotion Programs

    Apr 11, 2011


    International Health Promotion and Communication Symposium, Turkish Ministry of Health, Istanbul, Turkey

  • Teaching Health Promotion Programs: Planning, Implementation and Evaluation

    Feb 11, 2011
    Jossey Bass / Wiley Faculty Network: Teaching in Public Health Webinar, San Francisco, CA
  • Comparative Studies of Pennsylvania Student Assistance Programs

    Feb 2011
    Pennsylvania Association of Student Assistance Professionals Annual Conference, State College, PA
  • Putting The New SOPHE Health Promotion Textbook To Work For You

    Dec 14, 2010
    Society for Public Health Education Webinar, Washington, D C
  • Extending Students' Learning With The New SOPHE Textbook: Semester Class Projects, Needs Assessments and Internships

    Oct 28, 2010
    Society for Public Health Education, 2010,Annual Conference, Denver, CO
  • Health Promtion Programs: from Theory to Practice - Meet the Author Book Session

    Jul 12, 2010
    20th International Union for Health Promotion and Education World Conference on Health Promotion, Geneva, Switzerland
  • Fertman, C (August 2009). Pennsylvania Student Assistance Program Evaluation Findings: Elementary School Programs and Latino High School Students. U.S. Department of Education, Office of Safe and Drug-Free Schools (OSDFS) National Conference. Washington

    Aug 2009
  • Fertman, C. (August 2008). Preliminary Evaluation of the Elementary Youth Support Program. National Prevention Network Conference. Indianapolis, IL.

    Aug 2008
  • Fertman, C. (February, 2008). What Is The Evidence That Student Assistance Programs Work? California Department of Education Student Assistance Program Conference. San Francisco, CA

    Feb 2008
  • Implementing Evidence-Based Student Assistance Programs

    Oct 2006
    American School Health Association Annual Meeting. St Louis, MI
  • Evidence-Based Student Assistance Programs

    Mar 23, 2006
    National Student Assistance Association Annual Conference. San Francisco, CA
  • May 1, 2002
    Fertman, C. & Dotson, S. (May, 2002). Teaching Interdisciplinary Team Strategies for Chronic Disease Prevention in Rural Communities. Society for Public Health Education, Cincinnati, OH.
  • Apr 1, 2000
    Fertman, C. (April 2000). Contributions of Research on Adolescents to Service Learning Research. American Educational Research Association National Conference. New Orleans, LA.
  • Mar 1, 2000
    Fertman, C. (March 2000). A Service Learning Evaluation and Research Agenda Focused on Adolescents. National Service Learning Conference. Providence, RI.
  • Nov 1, 1999
    Fertman, C. (November 1999). Evaluation of the Pennsylvania Student Assistance Program. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL.
  • Oct 1, 1999
    Fertman, C. (October, 1999). Critical Issues For Linking Mental Health and Drug and Alcohol Services and Schools. Pennsylvania Public Health Association Annual Conference. Pittsburgh, PA.
  • Sep 1, 1999
    Fertman, C. (September, 1999). Evaluation of Student Assistance Programs in Pennsylvania: What We've Learned. National Prevention Network Research Conference. Buffalo, NY.