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Addressing Commercial Tobacco Use in Indigenous Communities – Toolkit Overview
February 14 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Title: Addressing Commercial Tobacco Use in Indigenous Communities – Toolkit Overview
Date: Tuesday, February 14th, 2023
Time: 2:00 – 3:00 PM CST (available on-demand with registration, after the live event on 02/14/2023)
Duration: 60 minutes
During this webcast attendees can expect to examine issues related to commercial tobacco use and nicotine dependence in Indigenous communities and learn more about a new toolkit to provide culturally competent strategies, tools and lessons learned that can be implemented by public health professionals, clinicians and community partners serving diverse Indigenous communities.
Please email [email protected]
- Josiah Concho, BAEPDJosiah Concho is from the Navajo Nation and Pueblo of Acoma. Josiah received his bachelor’s degree in Environmental Planning and Design with a concentration in Community Regional Planning from the University of New Mexico. He currently is the Project Coordinator for Keres Community Health. In addition, Josiah is engaging New Mexico young adults to live commercial tobacco and nicotine-free lives and providing secondhand smoke protection to tribal communities
- Project Coordinator
- Keres Community Health