The California School-Based Health Alliance is proud to partner with the Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids to encourage more school-based health centers to participate in Kick Butts Day. The event, scheduled every March, is an annual event that fosters youth activism and leadership in the fight against tobacco. On Kick Butts Day, teachers, youth leaders, and health advocates organize events to raise awareness about tobacco use, encourage youth to stay tobacco free, and urge elected officials to protect youth from tobacco. You can find more information and register your Kick Butts Day event here.
Thursday, February 25: Smoke Screens: The Truth about Vaping & Electronic Cigarettes
Join Phillip Gardiner, the Program Officer for Policy and Regulatory Sciences for the Tobacco Related Disease Research Program, for a webinar on what is trending. During this webinar, Dr. Gardiner will situate the emerging debate surrounding e-cigarettes in the context of the overall tobacco control movement and share the latest research on the health impacts of vaping. Click here to register and we hope you will join us on Thursday, February 25, 2016 at 3:00 pm.
Join us in the fight to prevent youth tobacco use!