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Using an Intersectional Framework to Address Tobacco Use Disparities
Intersectionality is a framework that examines how a person’s different social and political identities interact to influence their experiences of discrimination and privilege. Current tobacco control initiatives often focuses on single sociodemographic factors, such as just mental health challenges, ignoring the additional multiple intersectional identities, such as race, gender, geography, income and education, that can raise tobacco use risk.
Applying an intersectional approach to tobacco use disorder, one that accounts for intersecting identities, cancan help organizations and clinicians effectively tailor interventions and address health disparities.
Join the National Behavioral Health Network for Tobacco and Cancer Control, at the National Council for Mental Wellbeing, on Wednesday, September 27th, 1:30-2:30 PM ET for a Webinar titled: “Using an Intersectional Framework to Address Tobacco Use Disparities”
By joining this webinar, participants will:
- Understand intersectionality and its use as a framework in addressing health disparities.
- Apply an intersectional lens to understand tobacco use disparities.
- Identify strategies that leverage intersectionality to reduce tobacco use burdens and address tobacco cessation inequities.
The webinar will feature the following speakers:
- Kimberly Caldwell, Tobacco Program Manager, The Center for Black Health and Equity
- Taslim van Hattum LCSW, MPH, Senior Director of Practice Improvement, National Council for Mental Wellbeing