Trainings and Webinars: Tobacco

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Selected Trainings and Webinars

Building Health Communities: The Role of Behavioral Health in Advancing Health Equity and Optimal Health for All

Learning objectives:

  • Describe the world view that has led to policies in the United States that have contributed to poor health outcomes.
  • Provide an alternative narrative to the dominant narrative about creates health.
  • Outline the components of the Triple Aim of Health Equity.
  • Demonstrate how the Triple Aim of Health Equity can help frame effective approaches to addressing tobacco use and behavioral health issues.
  • Offer a series of questions that could stimulate movement toward advancing health equity.

Format: Archived webinar
Source: Region 5 Public Health Training Center

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Communication Strategies to Prevent E-Cig/Vape Use Among Youth

Learning objectives:

  • Describe current data and trends regarding on e-cig/vape use.
  • Describe youth attitudes and behaviors as reported in youth focus groups.
  • Discuss components of effective tobacco control communication strategies targeting youth.
  • Describe ways public health programs can incorporate effective tobacco control communication strategies.
  • Identify strategies to influence peer messaging around vaping.

Format: Archived webinar
Source: Region 9 Public Health Training Center

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Related Trainings and Webinars

Analysis and Interpretation of Public Health Data, Part 2

Learning objectives:

  • List 6 measures commonly used in PH
  • Describe the difference between uses of incidence and prevalence rates
  • Explain different ways to measure statistically significant difference
  • Describe how to deal with the problems of unstable rates and small numbers

Format: Online module
Source: Region 10 Public Health Training Center

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