The CHEN list: It’s like shouting only quieter and more people will hear you.

Posted on January 4, 2012

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CHEN Listserv will help you reach almost 1000 school health professionals

Since 2006, ASHA has hosted the Comprehensive Health Education Network (CHEN) listserv, a free service that allows subscribers to broadcast and receive information relevant to their work in various health fields.

The list is available for free to members and non-members, and it currently reaches more than 900 email inboxes. From there, we know it travels to an immeasurable number of people through CHEN subscribers’ networks.

Like National Public Radio, ASHA operates with very little funding from the federal government. This year, the restructuring of DASH means even less money will come our way. For that reason, we are asking for tax-deductible donations in any amount to help cover the costs ASHA incurs while administering the CHEN list.

Make a Donation

If you work within a federal agency or large nonprofit and have several subscribers to CHEN, consider adding ASHA/CHEN to your annual budget. And if you have budget funds remaining at year-end, those could be used to support CHEN.

Thank you for your continued support of ASHA and the CHEN list. We recognize that the CHEN list provides a valuable service to many federal, private and nonprofit organizations, and we hope that it leads you to even more valuable resources.

Subscribe to CHEN

Some the topics CHEN subscribers most appreciate posting or receiving are:

  •  Research Findings and News
  • Webinar and Teleconference Invitations
  • Advocacy Alerts and Updates
  • News from the CDC and Other Federal Programs
  • News About School Health Initiatives from National Organizations, States and Territories
  • New Publications, Resources and Tools
  • School Health Meetings and Conferences
  • Funding Announcements
  • Position Announcements
  • New or Updated Federal Policies
  • Child and Adolescent Health Demographics

Subscribers to the CHEN listserv typically use the information they receive to:

  • Inform colleagues, work teams, advisory groups or committees
  • Request and find technical assistance for their job or organization
  • Boost their professional development or class work
  • Share with another listserv or group

Please subscribe to the CHEN list, and if you can, make a donation. It’s a great way to get your message out without losing your voice.

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