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Ask the Experts: Smoke-Free Housing Policies on Tribal Lands
This virtual panel session brought together panelists from tribes, states, national networks, and federal agencies to share successes and lessons learned in creating and sustaining smoke-free public housingmore »

Heart Disease & Stroke Prevention USAPI In-Person Convening
Invitation only. This in-person convening will bring together the FY19 ASTHO/CDC Heart Disease & Stroke Prevention Learning Collaborative USAPI jurisdictions (Palau, Guam, and CNMI).Meeting

Medicaid Innovations Workgroup: Social Determinants of Health and Predictive Analytics
This ASTHOConnects webinar featured guest speakers and discussion on social determinants of health in Medicaid and the use of big data and predictive analytics in population health.

Primary Prevention of Adverse Childhood Experiences
This webinar highlights how New York and Tennessee are using the ACEs behavioral risk factor surveillance system module to inform their program work in early brain development and substance misuse.

The Value and Return on Investment of Familial Engagement to Prevent Heart Disease and Stroke
This ASTHOConnects explores the different types of return on investment (ROI) tools available to assess the value of familial engagement. It included state features to discuss the use of Plan, Do, Study,more »

Tobacco Control Network (TCN) Virtual Workshop Series
This three-part Tobacco Control Network workforce development virtual series on tobacco industry tactics features LaTanisha Wright and discusses tobacco control laws, how product placement differs bymore »

Tobacco Control Network Summer Meeting
Invitation only. This is an ASTHO-sponsored event for the Tobacco Control Network and ASTHO Chronic Disease team to meet in Atlanta.Meeting

Tobacco Exposure and Impacts on Early Brain Development
This ASTHOConnects on Tobacco Exposure and Impacts on Early Brain Development aims to educate state health department staff in the areas of tobacco cessation and early brain development. Webinar speakersmore »