Richmond Center Webinar Series

To help support its mission, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Julius B. Richmond Center of Excellence will be hosting a series of webinars focused on tobacco prevention and control issues. These webinars are funded by a grant from the Legacy.

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Beyond Four Walls: Smoke-free Places

January 29, 2014

Featured presenters:
Gary Wheeler, MD, FAAP, Arkansas Department of Health
Cynthia Hallett, MPH, Executive Director, Americans for Nonsmokers’ Rights

This webinar, from the AAP Richmond Center, focused on smoke-free places including the home, car, health care facilities, outdoor areas, and workplaces. Strategies to help child health clinicians have these conversations with families were discussed, as well as ways to utilize policy techniques to protect children from secondhand smoke exposure.


View one of our previous webinars:

Think Globally, Act Locally: The Global Tobacco Pandemic



Smokescreens and the Silver Screen: Smoking in the Media



Helping Children Breathe: Effective Strategies to Reduce Tobacco Smoke Exposure for Children with Respiratory Illness



“Those look like candy!”: Emerging and Alternative Tobacco Products



Three Steps to Smoke-free Families: Clinical Systems Change and Policy Prescriptions



Winning the Battle: Impacting Tobacco Control in the Real World



Social Media



Best Practices in Adolescent Tobacco Prevention and Cessation



Smoke Free Multi-unit Housing