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Best Practice Brief – Refusing to Quit on Watertown {POSTPONED}

November 29, 2022 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm CST

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Gone are the days of ash trays and cigarettes in local restaurants and offices. Unfortunately, the fruity smell of nicotine vapors and smashed remains of electronic vaping devices in parking lots have become the alternative. Easy to conceal due to the pleasant smell and clever designs, a growing number of young adults and adolescents are becoming addicted to nicotine. The Northeast Prevention Resource Center is partnering with health care professionals and community members in Watertown, SD, to educate on the dangers of nicotine and promote resources to successfully overcome nicotine addiction.

  1. Highlight community partnerships for reducing nicotine access and exposure.
  2. Describe best practices and ongoing challenges increasing awareness.
  3. Encourage communities to request partnership grant funding.

Kelly RumpzaSpeaker: Kelli Rumpza, CPS, Watertown Community Prevention Specialist, Human Service Agency

Register for Refusing to Quit Watertown

Best Practice Briefs are 20-minute micro-learning sessions to highlight successful system and policy change. The briefs are short, to the point, and real. Real people and real processes that really work! This series is brought to you by the South Dakota Foundation for Medical Care (SDFMC) in partnership with Great Plains Quality Innovation Network. For all Best Practice Brief Series sessions, visit the SDFMC site.


November 29, 2022
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm CST