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DCH TACTIC Webinar: Mind the Gap - Smoke-Free Protections in Worksites and Beyond
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3/16/2016
When: March 16, 2016
2:00-3:30 PM Eastern
Where: United States
Contact: TACTIC Team

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Description
This webinar will explore strategies for community health organizations to create smoke-free worksites and other venues. A subject-matter expert will provide an overview of the gaps that still exist in smoke-free protections, including which populations are still exposed to secondhand smoke. Awardee presenters will share their successes and challenges in implementing smoke-free protections, including gaining buy-in from community leaders, addressing loopholes in protections, increasing adherence to worksite protections, working with youth, and developing a comprehensive approach to healthy worksites.

Learning Objectives
By the end of this webinar, awardees should be able to:
• Describe current national trends in smoke-free air protection coverage in worksites and other venues
• List at least two populations that are commonly not protected by smoke-free protections
• Identify three strategies that community health organizations can implement to close gaps in smoke-free protections in worksites and other venues

Presenters
• Bronson Frick, Associate Director, Americans for Nonsmokers’ Rights Foundation
• Lisa Phillips, Tobacco-Free Living Coordinator, Albemarle Regional Health Services
• Nicole Coxe, Tobacco Prevention Policy Lead, Santa Clara County

If you have any questions regarding this webinar, please contact us at DCH-Training@icfi.com.

Please note that TACTIC webinars are not mandatory for CDC’s DCH awardees. TACTIC webinars are provided as a resource to DCH awardees as well as others working on community health initiatives and are archived on the TACTIC Portal.

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