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Vaping: What it is and How Healthcare Providers and Communities Can Address the Epidemic
As the tobacco product marketplace evolves, new products are emerging that deliver nicotine to users in different ways. These products include e-cigarettes/vapes such as JUUL or Puff Bars. In the United States, vaping has quickly become a public health epidemic, but what exactly is vaping and what makes it so popular?

During this webinar we will discuss vaping/e-cigarettes, what these products look like and the ingredients found in e-liquids. We'll review the prevalence of use among adults and youth and how these products impact Hoosier health. At the end of the webinar, we'll share strategies and resources available to help people quit.

• After attending the webinar, participants will have a greater understanding of what vaping products are and can identify what current products look like.
• After attending the webinar, participants will apply the strategies and share resources with providers and/or clients as they assist them with quitting vape products.
• After attending the webinar, participants will describe how vaping impacts persons with behavioral health conditions.

One hour of FREE CME/CEUs can be earned for eligible participants who join the LIVE session on June 23, 2020 from 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM ET. You will receive instructions on how to claim credit via the post webinar email.

For question, please contact kmhsu@iu.edu.

Jun 23, 2020 11:30 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Cathy Blume
Synar & Alcohol Program Director @Indiana Family and Social Services Administration (FSSA) Division of Mental Health and Addiction (DMHA)
Cathy has been with DMHA since September 2018 working with retailers and ATC on being compliant with underage sale laws of tobacco and alcohol. She also works with colleges and universities across the state to help provide mental health and substance use prevention activities to their students. Previously, she was employed with the American Lung Association of Indiana for 5 years where she focused on smokefree housing policy and cessation programing. Cathy graduated from IUPUI with a degree in Journalism with a concentration in Public Relations. She has a long history in tobacco control that started at the age of 15 with the Indiana Voice program. Cathy currently lives in Plainfield with her son, Braiden, and life partner, Dustin.
Kayla Hsu
Facilitator @Rethink Tobacco Indiana