The Truth About Teens & Vaping
Teens think cigarettes are disgusting, but somehow, they're drawn to vaping, which is just as addictive. It's rampant and terrifying. Arm yourself with information so that you can talk with your teens about the real dangers of vaping. Learn what to do if you suspect your teen is vaping.
This mini-course is for you if:
✔️you seek knowledge about what's really going on with teen vaping
✔️you want hear real stories from parents, teens, and experts on vaping
✔️you need help figuring out how to talk to your teen about vaping
✔️you suspect or know that your teenager is vaping
✔️you need help curbing your teenager's addiction
FEATURED EXPERT SPEAKERS:
Bonnie Halpern-Felsher, PhD, is a Professor in the Division of Adolescent Medicine, Department of Pediatrics, Stanford University. Her research has focused on understanding and reducing adolescent tobacco use, alcohol and marijuana use, and risky sexual behavior. She is a core member in the UCSF Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education, a Project Co-Leader/CoPI for the NIH and FDA-funded UCSF Tobacco Center of Regulatory Science (TCORS), and a Co-PI for the new UC Merced Cannabis and Nicotine Policy Center. She is the founder and executive director of the Stanford Tobacco Prevention Toolkit.
Lead, Integrated Product Design, Innovations Truth Initiative®
INSPIRING TOBACCO-FREE LIVES
Megan Jacobs, MPH wears many hats in the building, integration, and analysis of mobile and social network applications for smoking cessation. She is currently Lead, Integrated Product Design for the software development team in the Schroeder Institute for Tobacco Research and Policy Studies at Truth Initiative. Her role there includes product management to develop novel quitting applications/interventions, project management of grant-funded research studies, and client management with external partners who use these products. Megan’s previous public health work has applied technology to behavior change ranging from adolescent sexual health to vaccinations. She received her MPH from the Milken Institute School of Public Health at the George Washington University and is also a graduate and passionate fan of the University of Michigan.
SmokeStoppers Program Instructor, St. Vincent's SWIM Across the Sound
SmokeStoppers is a cancer education program provided by St. Vincent's Medical Center Foundation, through SWIM Across the Sound. It has been an integral part of many Connecticut Middle and High School Health Curricula for more than twenty years. Janelle Jessee began smoking as a teen and stopped after participating in our SmokeStoppers cessation class. SmokeStoppers is an inspiring, lively and interactive class presentation on the dangers of vaping, smoking cigarettes and cigars, using chewing tobacco and hookah.
It's important to show the effects of tobacco on the human body with real life stories, participant demonstrations and human lungs damaged from smoking.
Dr. Rob Crane
M.D. / Co-Chair for SmokeFree Columbus
Dr. Robert Crane, a family physician from Columbus, is a Clinical Professor in the Department of Family Medicine at the Ohio State University. He has an abiding interest in preventing nicotine addiction and is the founder and president of the Preventing Tobacco Addiction Foundation and president of Tobacco 21. He was co-chair for SmokeFree Columbus, the coalition that helped pass smoke-free legislation in a dozen Central Ohio communities and led to statewide legislation. He is also the recipient of the 2011 Public Health Award from the American Academy of Family Physicians and the 2014 C. Everett Koop Award from the American Lung Association. He lives in the Columbus suburb of Dublin with his wife and three children.
Buy Today and You Will Receive:
- Our hour-long video workshop featuring a panel of experts (Video & Audio)
- Follow up Q&A with our panel of experts (Video & Audio)
- Bonus Pandemic Content: Bonnie Halpern-Felsher, Ph.D. (Video)
- Interview with Dr. Thomas Ylioja on how to quit vaping (Video)
- How to Help a Teen Stop Vaping (PDF)
- Juul Addiction Hits Home (PDF)
- Resources for parents and teens (PDF)
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Disclaimer: This mini-course is not a therapy or counseling session. Nor is it a replacement for a therapy or counseling session. We encourage you to seek your own professional opinions relevant to your unique situations outside of this online community educational workshop.
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