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01-393DL Advocating for Tobacco Legislation

One of the most active areas of tobacco legislation involves initiatives to increase the legal age for tobacco purchase from 18 to 21. These initiatives are designed to decrease adolescent’s access to tobacco through their older peers as well as delay the onset of smoking and decrease the likelihood that these adolescents will develop a lifelong tobacco habit. More

1 hour
  • $12.00

01-406DL Smoke / Tobacco Free Environments and Health Equity: Perspectives from Tobacco Control Advocates

In this webinar, Health Education Specialists and other public health professionals share their experiences advocating for and implementing smoke / tobacco free policies at the local level as part of a comprehensive and coordinated tobacco control initiative. More

1 hour
  • $12.00

01-421DL Florida SCRIPT Implementation and Evaluation

The Florida SCRIPT program offer their expertise in these areas as they have successfully been able to renew funding and sustain their project for smoking cessation in Florida with support from the state health department and March of Dimes. More

1 hour
  • $12.00

HEB 263 December: The Social Prioritization Index and Tobacco Use Among Young Adult Bar Patrons

The Social Prioritization Index and Tobacco Use Among Young Adult Bar Patrons Nadra E. Lisha, Torsten B. Neilands, Jeffrey W. Jordan, Louisa M. Holmes, and Pamela M. Ling Health Education & Behavior 2016, Vol. 43(6), 641–647 Abstract Social benefits likely play a role in young adult tobacco use. More


  • $18.00

HEB 264 December: Perspectives on Stress, Parenting, and Children’s Obesity-Related Behaviors in Black Families

Perspectives on Stress, Parenting, and Children’s Obesity-Related Behaviors in Black Families Elizabeth P. Parks, Anne Kazak, Shiriki Kumanyika, Lisa Lewis, and Frances K. Barg Health Education & Behavior 2016, Vol. 43(6), 632–640 Abstract Objective. More


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