All STTAR Hub Resources
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- Guidance Documents
- Online Courses
- Other Resources
04.13.23 This workshop addresses the challenges of collaborations, highlight the different phases of collaborative relationships, and provide strategies for initiating, managing, maintaining, and moving collaborations along the continuum to enhance public health outcomes.
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.
Consultative Selling Part 1: Stop Pushing and Start Listening – Using a Consultative Approach to Engaging Community Partners in Tobacco Control and Prevention
9.7.22 Consultative Selling: Stop Pushing and Start Listening: Using a Consultative Approach to Engaging Community Partners in Tobacco Control and Conventions. This webinar introduced the consultative selling approach and how to stop “selling” and begin “advising” on tailored solutions that align with a community’s interests.
Consultative Selling Webinar Series, Part 2: Stop Pitching and Start Connecting: Using a Consultative Approach to Connect with Community Partners in Tobacco Control and Prevention
12.14.22 Presenters demonstrate how to use a consultative approach to develop relationships of mutual trust with program partners and community members, connect with their interests and needs, and build enthusiasm and lasting commitments for partnerships in tobacco prevention and control.
Consultative Selling Webinar Series, Part 3: Stop Pushing & Start Listening: Using a Consultative Approach to Engaging Community Partners in Tobacco Control and Prevention
1.25.23 In this final installment of the webinar series, attendees will discuss with peers in other tobacco control programs what’s working and what isn’t in connections and conversations with their partners. Presenters will also discuss how to proactively maintain and grow deeper relationships over time.
Understanding Social Determinants of Health, Bias, and Cultural Humility to Improve Tobacco-Related Outcomes
11.15.22 This webinar, beneficial for state government programs, their partners and grantees at all experience levels and roles, will discuss: the foundation for tobacco related inequities contributing factors to disproportionate tobacco initiation and use among people with low socioeconomic status.
11.1.22 Community Level Lung Cancer Disparities Webinar Series: Addressing Gaps and Opportunities to Improve Health Outcomes and Health Equity Among Low-Income Populations and Other Populations with Low Socioeconomic Status (SES) Characteristics, presented by SelfMade Health Network.
- Guidance Documents
10.4.23 This 13-page document serves as a roadmap guiding state and local tobacco control programs through the process of crafting strategic plans that prioritize and integrate health equity considerations.
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.
Recent Literature on Commercial Tobacco Use and COVID-19: Ongoing Implications for Tobacco Control Professionals
07.27.23 This 2-page guide presents research published in the past year investigating the relationship between commercial tobacco use and Covid-19 and offers guidance on post-pandemic implications for working with populations with low SES characteristics.
Consultative selling is a specific sales approach where a program representative recommends solutions to potential partners needs. This infographic outlines the 4 quadrants of consultative selling, and the dos and don’ts.
State and community partnerships are vital for reaching populations experiencing tobacco related disparities, yet tobacco is not always a top priority for partners.
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.
These processes take on special importance when you are partnering with people facing health disparities, who may have had past experiences where their input was not valued, or they felt disempowered within a partnership.
Principles of Equitable Community Engagement in Tobacco Control: Populations with Low SES Characteristics Fact Sheet
To have an impact in reducing tobacco-related disparities, which are often linked to socioeconomic status, it is essential to authentically engage the people who are most affected by the harms of tobacco.
Community Engagement in Tobacco Control: Collaborating with Populations with Low SES Characteristics
This introductory-level resource enhances knowledge about the importance and practice of community engagement and collaboration in tobacco control.
An excerpt from Guidance Document 1 that focuses on the underlying reasons that tobacco-related disparities exist, such as such as targeted tobacco industry marketing. for low SES populations in commercial tobacco use, secondhand smoke exposure, related health conditions, and access to cessation treatment.
- Online Courses
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.
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.
- Other Resources
- CDC: Health Equity in Tobacco and Prevention Control >
- Truth Initiative: Achieving health equity in tobacco control >
- CDC: Cigarette Smoking and Tobacco Use Among People of Low Socioeconomic Status >
- CDC: Unfair and Unjust Practices and Conditions Harm People with Low Socioeconomic Status and Drive Health Disparities >
- CDC: CDC’s Health Equity Guiding Principles for Inclusive Communication >
- ChangeLabSolutions: Equitable Enforcement to Achieve Health Equity >
- CDC: Health Equity vs. Equality >
- AltaMed Institute for Health Equity: Health Equity from the Frontlines: Embracing Cultural Humility with Dr. Christine Kho, MD Internal Medicine and Psychiatry on Apple Podcasts >
- The PublicHealthConsultant: Cultural Competence vs. Cultural Humility >
- Center for Community Health and Development at the University of Kansas: Enhancing Cultural Competence >
- Center for Black Health: Health Justice in Tobacco Control >
- CDC: Engaging populations that Historically have been Underrepresented in Tobacco Control Surveillance and Evaluation Data >
- NIH: The Impact of Tobacco Use on COVID-19 Outcomes: A Systematic Review >
- CDC: COVID-19 People with Certain Medical Conditions >
- American Lung Assocation: COVID-19 and Tobacco >
- NIH: Disparities among smokers during the COVID-19 pandemic: Examination of COVID-19-related worries by sociodemographic factors in a U.S. Nationally representative survey >