09.11.23 This 30-minute interactive course covers the benefits of smoke-free policies and how they can protect populations with low socioeconomic status (SES) characteristics, along with resources for policy implementation in a variety of settings.
07.27.23 Medicaid programs provide tobacco cessation coverage for millions of low-income people, yet Medicaid coverage for up to 15 million Americans is at risk.
Health Equity: Understanding Social Determinants of Health, Bias, and Cultural Humility to Improve Tobacco Related Outcomes
This handout discusses: what is health equity, its root causes, and how cultural humility can improve tobacco related outcomes.
The Public Health Approach: Tobacco Control Among Populations with Low Socioeconomic Characteristics
This course discusses the Public Health Approach, which considers population vs individual-level tobacco control interventions when reaching populations with low SES characteristics.
3.28.23 In this webinar, one will understand the importance of SDOH in programming and partnership efforts, hear a case study illustrating real world application of the concepts, and identify proactive steps to take to create strategic partnerships.
The purpose of this introductory-level resource is to enhance awareness and knowledge about the intersection of health equity in tobacco control and populations with low socioeconomic status (SES) characteristics.