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 Truth Initiative.

Note that while some past webinars may mention CME credit, we are no longer offering credit for watching the archived webinars, nor do we offer credit on live webinars any longer. We apologize for the inconvenience.

Webinar: Protecting Children From Tobacco, Nicotine, and Tobacco Smoke

Wednesday, October 28th; 12pm ET

On October 26, the AAP will publish three policy statements and a technical report on tobacco use and secondhand smoke exposure. This webinar will describe major recommendations in the new AAP policy statements, current policy issues related to recommendations in the statements, and the Academy's actions on those issues. Serving as webinar faculty are Karen Wilson, MD, FAAP, Section on Tobacco Control Chair, and James Baumberger, MPP, Assistant Director of the AAP Department of Federal Affairs. Register for this webinar.

View one of our previous webinars:

Tobacco Control and the Patient-Centered Medical Home

The Buzz on Pot: AAP’s Position and One State’s Experience

As Seen on TV: Integrating Tobacco Education Campaigns into Your Clinical Practice

It’s All Acute to Me: Expanding Opportunities for Cessation Counseling Beyond Primary Care

E-cigarettes—All that Vapes is not Nicotine…

Beyond Four Walls: Smoke-free Places

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