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Power of Data in Advancing Equitable Tobacco Outcomes - Shared screen with speaker view
Hope Rothenberg, NBHN
17:08
Our featured presenters today include Shannon Laing, Director, Native Health and Wellness, Michigan Public Health Institute and Catherine Saucedo, Deputy Director, Smoking Cessation Leadership Center, University of California San Francisco. Download a copy of the slides here: https://www.bhthechange.org/resources/power-of-data-in-advancing-equitable-tobacco-outcomes/
Kulpreet Kaur, NBHN
28:35
You can access the event slides and resources here: https://www.bhthechange.org/resources/nicotine-addiction-mental-wellbeing-recovery-101/
Emily Ortner
29:24
please make this shareable i.e. able to copy link without 'select all'
Molly Prince
30:55
Not sure how to get to todays slides?
Amie Lein
40:51
https://www.bhthechange.org/resources/power-of-data-in-advancing-equitable-tobacco-outcomes/
Amie Lein
41:02
The slides are near the bottom
Jennifer Schaeffer
42:11
Our high school students say that they are survey weary...
Annie Thomas
47:30
Thanks for the Slides.
Irene Enarusai
54:56
This is was very informative aspects on how to use data to reach our intended goals/objectives.😘
Katherine Velasquez
01:02:48
many sources often miss some county (and more local) level data due to state's or other sources suppressing local data. Also disappointed by age of some data. We use what we can get!
Shannon Laing (she/her)-MPHI
01:05:56
@Katherine: That's right! Sometimes you can make data requests to your state epi department to get multiple years of local level data combined for analysis, or get multiple counties combined for small regions, in order to see some measures that are closer to your local level.
Katherine Velasquez
01:07:50
Good idea. They could combine to get above that suppression level, and that's workable. Thanks!
Stephanie Gans
01:08:43
Lol yes
Amanda Holm
01:10:08
These surveys really are well-kept secrets, considering I've been working in tobacco control for around 25 years and never heard of them before today.
Brian Clark
01:17:24
As a precaution when tracking trend data, always be aware of any methodological changes in the survey year over year - you may need to include those changes when presenting trend data
Hope Rothenberg, NBHN
01:24:37
Download a copy of the slides here: https://www.bhthechange.org/resources/power-of-data-in-advancing-equitable-tobacco-outcomes/
Kulpreet Kaur, NBHN
01:27:29
Please use the chat box to ask your questions
JAMES ALEXANDER
01:38:22
Good job Brian!
Annie Thomas
01:39:43
My experiences with the County facilities have been good so far.
Julia Fleuret
01:41:10
This has been extremely helpful, thank you!
Annie Thomas
01:41:29
Thanks to everyone!
Catherine Saucedo
01:41:32
feel free to reach out to us!
NEELY DAHL
01:41:38
Thank you
Kari Salmon
01:41:40
Thank you very much!