Framing Tobacco Disparities

A Collection of Free Messaging Guides for Tobacco Prevention Staff and Partners
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Through the guidance in ChangeLab Solutions' Framing Tobacco Disparities resources, learn how to use effective framing that centers justice and social context, focusing on the drivers of disparity — the causal pathways that contribute to disproportionate tobacco use, exposure, and health harms — rather than relying on lists of subgroups or unframed data to highlight inequities.

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June 2, 2023
Adolescents and young adults (AYA) typically refers to patients 15 to 39 years old. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that cancer is a leading cause of disease-related death for this age group. This health awareness campaign can help your organization implement evidence-…
May 15, 2023
At the time of this initiative, New Hampshire ranked high on the list of states for rates of new melanoma diagnoses. Research shows that early exposure to carcinogenic ultraviolet rays, emitted by indoor tanning devices which are easily accessible to teens, can increase the risk of developing skin…
May 15, 2023
From 2011 to 2015, the cancer incidence rates and cancer mortality rates in New Hampshire and Vermont exceeded the national average. In addition, cancer death rates in rural areas are higher than in urban areas, with barriers such as a lack of broadband internet connectivity and a lower…