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Tobacco 21: Preventing Tobacco Use and Nicotine Addiction in Nevada

This video was posted on YouTube by the Southern Nevada Health District on March 3rd, 2023. It describes the Tobacco 21 Law. The legal sales age for any tobacco product is 21, nationwide and in Nevada. This includes cigarettes, cigars, and electronic vapor products.

Advocacy
Community Action
Culture
Definition
Health Disparities
Substance misuse
Social Determinants of Health
Brief Intervention Training for Health Care Providers

The SNHD Tobacco Control Program has developed a brief intervention training video for health care providers in Southern Nevada. This training video encourages providers to ask about tobacco use at every visit, advise all tobacco users to stop, and assist patients by offering medications to aid in quitting and referring to the Nevada Tobacco Quitline.

Assessment
Common Health Issues
Communication
Health Care
Service Coordination
Substance misuse
Teaching
What are child abuse and neglect?

Child abuse and neglect is an important societal concern affecting children, their families, and society at large. There were 683,000 victims of child abuse and neglect (CAN) reported to child protective services in 2015; The youngest children are the most vulnerable with about 27.7% of reported victims being under the age of three. Adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) are also forms of child abuse and neglect. Public health and violence prevention practitioners and researchers are united by a common goal: stop CAN from happening in the first place. To help amplify their impact, CDC is working to promote a consistent definition of CAN and encourage the use of evidence-based CAN prevention strategies. These efforts help guarantee a uniform understanding of and approach to the issue which contributes to accurate reporting and surveillance, adherence to proven interventions, and opportunities to enhance existing prevention strategies and develop new ones.

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Advocacy
Assessment
Best Practices
Community Action
Health Disparities
Service Coordination
Teaching
Director Debrief: Annual Flu Vaccines

CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky receives her annual flu vaccine and discusses the importance of getting a flu vaccine every year.  Posted on YouTube on 10/17/2022. This video can also be viewed at https://www.cdc.gov/video/media/DBrie...

Best Practices
Common Health Issues
Health Care
Teaching
OSHA: Young Workers’ Rights

You have rights on the job, and your employer has the responsibility to provide a safe workplace. OSHA wants you to have a safe and rewarding work experience.

Visit www.osha.gov/youngworkers for more information

Advocacy
Best Practices
Communication
Teaching
SUHI Community Health Worker Model

Become more acquainted with the role of a community health worker (CHW) and gain a better understanding of Sinai Urban Health Institute’s Community Health Worker Model.

HIGHLIGHT
Community Action
Definition
Employers
Community Connections 5/31 - Community Health Worker Program

The Community Health Worker program is a way to connect people with the health services they need. In this edition, we talk about the program, recent changes in the insurance landscape and how you can use this new program.

HIGHLIGHT
Communication
Definition
Community Health Workers and Integration

Community health workers can have significant impacts on community health and wellness because they serve as a bridge between community members and other health professionals. In this video, you will learn about: - Attributes of Community Health Workers - Common outcomes and impacts of Community Health Worker activities - Basic public health concepts of changing risky behaviors, integration, class, status, roles, horizontal and vertical communications, and levels of message identification as it relates to community health workers

Advocacy
Best Practices
Culture
Health Disparities
Helping Community Health Workers Succeed: Ideas From an Innovative Program

Experts praise community health workers as the keys to building a more equitable and fair health care system in America. Is there a way to unlock more success for hiring and retaining them?

Dr. Shreya Kangovi thinks so; she developed the IMPaCT Care program, which is saving money and quickly growing. “Conversations on Health Care” hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter talked to her about how it’s a standardized, scalable program that transforms the effectiveness of the community health workforce by reimagining each step.


Advocacy
Best Practices
Building Trust
Communication
Employers
Health Care
Organizational Strategies
Resource Development
Teaching
Am I a Community Health Worker

Community Health Workers are frontline public health workers who have a close understanding of the community they serve. Community health workers go by many titles, depending on where they work, who they work for and what they do however, it is important for those conducting this type of work to identify themselves as Community Health Workers.

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