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Tobacco control presentation - faciltated knowledge sharing & problem solving launch session

Tobacco control presentation - faciltated knowledge sharing & problem solving launch session

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  • 1. Reducing Health Inequalities through Tobacco Control Programme: The core support offer Dr Gordon Murray
  • 2. Blueprint for March 2010
    • Capacity building support to help councils in their community leadership role, which includes:
    • Provision of information and assistance for councils on effective ways of helping to increase support for would be quitters amongst:
        • Young people;
        • Routine and manual workers.
        • Those pregnant or likely to become pregnant;
    • Provision of information and assistance for councils on effective methods of helping to reduce the uptake of smoking amongst the young
    • As part of the above, specific focus on:
        • Illicit tobacco, i.e. underage, counterfeit, and non-.duty paid, illegal marketing
        • Making linkages with wider health inequalities agenda
  • 3. Core support offer
    • Community of Practice
    • Publication of guidance
    • Helpline and signposting service
    • Peer support
  • 4. A Community of Practice network
    • Face-to-face events and web-based tools which
    • facilitate sharing of problems, what works, what
    • might work, and lessons learnt :
      • Online conferences,
      • Knowledge Cafes,
      • Peer Assists,
      • Hotseats,
      • Library, Forum,
      • RSS feeds,
      • Wikki
      • Twitter
  • 5. Publication of guidance
      • Identifying, targeting and influencing routine and manual smokers and significance for health inequalities;
      • Communications and health messages to support and amplify national campaigns;
      • Tackling the demand and supply of illicit tobacco linkages with national action and on implementation and policing of national tobacco control Smoke free, sale, advertising and promotion regulations;
      • Reducing uptake of smoking among the young.
  • 6. Helpline and signposting service
    • For the whole of local government
    • [email_address]
    • Includes FAQs
  • 7. Peer support
    • Targeted 25 councils will have access to peer support in addressing their specific priorities
    • Will draw on Healthy Communities peers and Beacon Councils but full resources of PCH available
  • 8. Reducing Health Inequalities through Tobacco Control Programme: The core support offer Comments and questions welcomed.
  • 9. Key challenges and opportunities
  • 10. Your challenges
    • Use two yellow post-its
    • Write the name of your council on each post-it
    • Then on write your personal view of council’s two challenges in Addressing Health Inequalities through Tobacco Control (one per post-it)
    • Place post-its on flipchart pages
    • Scan the range of challenges identified by others
    • Play ‘snap’ and cluster post-its in related themes/groups
  • 11. Sharing your success
    • Using two green post-its
    • Write the name of your council on each post-it
    • Then on write two successes/strengths which you have (one per post-it)
    • Place post-its on flipcharts against the earlier themes where you think your success/strength is relevant
    • Collectively, if at all possible, try to aim for one success married to a challenge theme.
  • 12. If I was in your shoes …
    • Scan the themes and challenges
    • Using two pink post-its
    • In response to the challenges, give your view of “If I was in your shoes ….”
    • Place in the area of the relevant theme
  • 13. Join the dots
    • Finally, scan the themes
    • Take two ‘dots’
    • Vote using your ‘dots’ to indicate what you consider the challenge themes you would suggest the Programme should give priority to addressing.
  • 14. Reducing Health Inequalities through Tobacco Control Programme Thank you for your support, we look forward to working with you.

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