Hosted by Seattle Children’s, Public Health–Seattle & King County (PHSKC), and Washington State Department of Health will host an update on the Teen Vaping Prevention Campaign on Friday, May 5, 2017 from 1-3pm. Register here.
Public Health-Seattle & King County and communications firm PRR will discuss their findings regarding effective prevention messaging for teens about vaporizers and e-cigarettes, and then present a sneak peak of the campaign they created for teen vaping prevention that will launch in June. The webinar will include details on how they crafted and tailored the campaign using insight from Washington state teens, highlight partnerships with other public health departments, and an open discussion about how the campaign can evolve after the initial launch to best spread the message to teens.
Kate Gunby, PRR
Kate has 10 years of social science research experience and is a research associate at the Seattle office of PRR, a full-service communications firm.
Scott Neal, PHSKC
Scott has more than 19 years of experience in tobacco prevention and control and manages the Tobacco Prevention Program for Public Health–Seattle and King County.