Chronic Disease

Ask the Experts Panel on JUULs in Schools

August 19, 2019

ASTHO hosted a virtual session that brought together expert panelists from Kansas public schools, the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, and Stanford University to discuss strategies to reduce JUUL use in schools.Read More »

Tobacco Control Network (TCN) Virtual Workshop Series

March 29, 2019

This three-part Tobacco Control Network workforce development virtual series on tobacco industry tactics features LaTanisha Wright and discusses tobacco control laws, how product placement differs by socioeconomic status, the impact of tobacco industry retail contracts on price and promotion of tobacco, and more!Read More »

Primary Prevention of Adverse Childhood Experiences

March 19, 2019

This webinar highlights how New York and Tennessee are using the ACEs behavioral risk factor surveillance system module to inform their program work in early brain development and substance misuse.Read More »

Medicaid Innovations Workgroup: Social Determinants of Health and Predictive Analytics

November 29, 2018

This ASTHOConnects webinar featured guest speakers and discussion on social determinants of health in Medicaid and the use of big data and predictive analytics in population health.Read More »

Tobacco Exposure and Impacts on Early Brain Development

October 26, 2018

This ASTHOConnects on Tobacco Exposure and Impacts on Early Brain Development aims to educate state health department staff in the areas of tobacco cessation and early brain development. Webinar speakers discussed the science behind prenatal and early tobacco exposure and the impact on early brain development. State speakers also shared experiences implementing successful tobacco cessation and smoking reduction programs within the MCH population.Read More »

The Value and Return on Investment of Familial Engagement to Prevent Heart Disease and Stroke

September 20, 2018

This ASTHOConnects explores the different types of return on investment (ROI) tools available to assess the value of familial engagement. It included state features to discuss the use of Plan, Do, Study, Act Cycles in promoting innovative strategies in public health and its relation to family and community engagement.Read More »

Ask the Experts: Smoke-Free Housing Policies on Tribal Lands

August 16, 2018

This virtual panel session brought together panelists from tribes, states, national networks, and federal agencies to share successes and lessons learned in creating and sustaining smoke-free public housing policies in American Indian and Alaska Native communities. Panelists shared best practices on how to support smoke-free housing policies, including suggestions for doing this work effectively with tribal entities, and provided examples of successful collaborations.Read More »

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