Panel Discussion & Q&A: Health Communication and Kids

Time: 12:00 pm - 12:30 pm

Date: May 17 2022

may-17-2022 12:00 may-17-2022 12:30 Europe/London Panel Discussion & Q&A: Health Communication and Kids

Are we getting the right information to the right kids in the right way? Has the focus on nicotine over the harms of combustibles made accurate health communication harder Does current health communication reflect the real world and lived experiences of kids Does THR compliment or contradict the 3 pillars of the CDC tobacco control… Read more »

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  • Are we getting the right information to the right kids in the right way?
  • Has the focus on nicotine over the harms of combustibles made accurate health communication harder
  • Does current health communication reflect the real world and lived experiences of kids
  • Does THR compliment or contradict the 3 pillars of the CDC tobacco control priorities– Prevention, cessation and smoke free environment

Chair

  • Cliff Douglas, JD Director, Tobacco Research Network, Adjunct Professor, Department of Health Management and Policy - School of Public Health, University of Michigan

Speakers

  • Prof Robin Mermelstein Distinguished Professor of Psychology and IHRP Director - University of Illinois, Chicago
  • Kathleen Crosby Director, Office of Health Communication & Education - FDA Center for Tobacco Products
  • Associate Prof Jennifer Pearson Associate Professor in Health Administration and Policy - School of Public Health, University of Nevada, Reno
  • Jeff Lynch Facilitator Prevention/Intervention Education, CHOICES Prevention Programs - Tulare County Office of Education
  • Dr Ray Niaura Professor of Social & Behavioural Health & Co-Director of the Tobacco Research Lab - School of Global Public Health, New York University
  • Prof Kevin M. Gray, M.D Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences - Medical University of South Carolina

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