Efforts in the Online World to Reduce Tobacco Use in the Real World

Thursday, August 13, 2015: 8:00 AM-9:30 AM
Centennial III
Integrating websites into live chat sessions, providing consistent earned and social media opportunities to media partners, and supporting smokefree bars on and offline have all driven significant tobacco prevention successes. By mixing methods and media platforms, tobacco programs have embraced online tools to drive offline behavior. Hear from NCI, CDC, and the Oklahoma Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust campaign Free The Night about lessons learned and ways to continue to evolve tobacco interventions.

Reduce (Costs) - Relate, Recycle and Reach out: How CDC/OSH Supports Grantee and Partner Earned and Social Media Efforts
Robin Scala, BS, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Robin Hobart, MPH, MPP, ICF International; Michelle Johns, MA, MPH, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Cecile Douglas, none, ICF International

Aligning Grassroots & Digital Efforts to Driving Voluntary Policy Change
Megan Flynn, BA, Rescue Social Change Group; Kristin Carroll, BA, Rescue Social Change Group; Joel Brubaker, BA, Rescue Social Change Group

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