Emerging Issues in Commercial Tobacco Use Prevention and Cessation
A newly released social media toolkit: Emerging Issues in Commercial Tobacco Use Prevention and Cessation developed as the result of a collaboration between George Washington University (GW) Cancer Center and the consortium of 8 national organizations funded by the CDC to advance the prevention of commercial tobacco use and cancer in populations experiencing tobacco- and cancer-related health disparities.
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Kentucky RRLO Resource Kit Development Guide: Lung Cancer Prevention and Survivorship is Good Business
-Highlights information on “Lessons Learned” and general summary of processes implemented that led to the development of the Kentucky RRLO Resource Kit.
Kentucky RRLO Resource Kit: Lung Cancer Prevention and Survivorship is Good Business
-Features an array of suggested activities and resources to assist “blue collar” industry worksites (small, medium and large) and employers with “blue-collar” workers as well as other organizations (government, private) that partner with worksites and business associations.
Additional information based on the Kentucky RRLO work is also featured at:
Knight, J. R., Williamson, L. H., Armstrong, D. K., & Westbrook, E. A. (2019). Understanding Lung Cancer Resources and Barriers Among Worksites With Mostly Male Employees in Eight Rural Kentucky Counties: A Focus Group Discussion. American Journal of Men’s Health.