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FOUNDATION TO HOST WORKSHOP ON INFOGRAPHICS FOR SOCIAL CHANGE AUG. 2

The Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky will host a free all-day workshop on creating infographics that will inspire policy change and mobilize grass roots movement on Friday, Aug. 2, in Louisville.

International speaker, Adobe Creative Residency alumna, and award-winning infographic designer Jessica Bellamy, will lead the workshop. Topics covered will include drafting icons, composing infographics, using power dynamics in design, framing data, asset vs. deficit mapping, how to find information and grassroots design strategies.

E-CIG TAX WILL REDUCE USE AMONG YOUTH AND PREGNANT WOMEN, COALITION SAYS

A bill to tax e-cigarettes the same as traditional, combustible cigarettes in Kentucky will help reverse the youth e-cigarette epidemic, the Coalition for a Smoke-Free Tomorrow said today.

Coalition members and Chair Ben Chandler joined Rep. Jerry T. Miller of Louisville, Rep. Kim Moser of Taylor Mill, and Public Health Commissioner Dr. Jeff Howard in Frankfort today to announce the bill, which would add an excise tax on the sale of e-cigarettes sold in Kentucky of 27.5 percent of the wholesale price. That amount is parallel to the current tax on cigarettes of $1.10 per pack.

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Foundation Events
Health for a Change Workshop:
Infographics for Social Change: A Graphic Ally Hackathon
August 2, 2019
9:30 AM-3:30 PM ET

Become a Graphic Ally! Learn how to tell visual data stories to inspire policy change and mobilize information at the grassroots level. In this free hands-on workshop, we will explore and apply principles of conscious and responsible design to a real-world infographic project.

Topics covered are as follows: icon drafting, infographic composition, power dynamics in design, data framing, asset vs. deficit mapping, access to information, and grassroots design strategies.

Learn how to map out infographic solutions for reaching and activating policy makers, people with resources, low-opportunity communities, and more.

Participants will leave with an actionable list of design strategies, and with experience creating an infographic.

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Health for a Change Webinar:
Be Heard! Social, Media, & Interviews
September 18, 2019
1:00 PM-2:00 PM ET

Is your social media strategy taking up 5 days a week? How about that last media interview? Join us on this free 1-hour webinar to hear essential strategies for building, delivering and growing your organization's key messages.

Share your communications successes and challenges with us. John Blim, award winning speaker and producer, current Vice President of Donor Relations for the WHAS Crusade for Children and host and co-producer of the weekly television/radio program Moral Side of the News, will lead this webinar.

We welcome your questions about communications. Please enter them via the registration page.

Webinar objectives:
  • Understand key social media strategies.
  • Learn strategies for interviews and presentations.
  • Learn action steps to hone your communications efforts.

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2019 Data Forum
SAVE THE DATE
November 15, 2019
Erlanger, KY
Resources
Kentucky Rural Health Association (KRHA) Call for Poster Presentations
Sponsored by: University of Kentucky Center of Excellence in Rural Health

KRHA is now accepting poster proposals for the 2019 conference on November 14th and 15th in Bowling Green, KY. Submitted poster proposals are required to have a policy focus related to the health of rural Kentuckians. Abstract submissions are due by July 15th, 2019.

Abstracts can be submitted at this link: 2019 KRHA Call for Posters
Free JUUL Ads

DrugFreeLex and the Tobacco Committee recently released three striking public service announcements (PSAs) on JUUL. These face-paced, fact-based PSAs, designed to target parents, teachers, administrators and other working with youth, are free for all to use. Each video includes facts about JUUL and other e-cigarettes. These short ads provide insight into the chemicals in JUUL and their harmful effects, the rising popularity of JUUL, why youth may be more susceptible to e-cigarette use and addiction, and why e-cigarettes are especially damaging for teens including negative health costs and long-term adverse health effects. 

Share these ads on social media, websites, blogs, television, waiting rooms, break rooms, public spaces, movie theaters, and other venues where adults visit: 


What Parents Need to Know about JUULs and other E-cigarettes.
 
Why so Popular?
 
Why so Bad for Teens?


Click here to learn more about DrugFreeLex. 
Stanford Tobacco Prevention Toolkit Training 

The Lexington-Fayette County Health Department Tobacco Program will host training sessions for the Stanford University School of Medicine Youth Tobacco Prevention Toolkit during March 2019. The "Toolkit" is a nationally recognized, evidence-based curriculum. It is more comprehensive than typical tobacco prevention curricula because it includes content designed to improve general adolescent health vs. focusing only on tobacco. It is free to use, and contains seven modules with ready-made activities, PowerPoint presentations, handouts, and worksheets.

This training is free, and Kentucky educators, adult stakeholders, and anyone interested in youth tobacco prevention are invited to attend. See below for more information about the training, and learn more about the "Toolkit" at https://med.stanford.edu/tobaccopreventiontoolkit.html 
  
To participate:  Questions? Contact Angela Brumley-Shelton, Lexington-Fayette County Health Department at (859)288-2457 or angela.brumley-shelton@ky.gov 
Upcoming Events
ASTHOConnects: Ask the Experts Panel on JUULs in Schools Webinar
July 29, 2019
2:30 PM ET

Join ASTHO for a virtual session that will bring together expert panelists from Kansas public schools, the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, and Stanford University to discuss strategies to reduce JUUL use in schools. This event, which will feature panelists speaking live on webcam, is a unique opportunity to connect with public health leaders on a pressing issue. The discussion will be centered around questions submitted by participants during registration, and any resources mentioned during the conversation will be made available by download post-meeting.

Advocacy for Community Impact: Train-the-Trainer Workshop
August 13, 2019
Lexington, KY

This workshop is designed for health advocates, community
leaders, nonprofit organizations, frontline service providers, and outreach workers who want to strengthen their advocacy skills and train others to become effective health advocates.

To register: Email Angela Cooper at angela.cooper@kyvoicesforhealth.org 
Advocacy for Community Impact: Train-the-Trainer Workshop
August 27, 2019
Bowling Green, KY

This workshop is designed for health advocates, community
leaders, nonprofit organizations, frontline service providers, and outreach workers who want to strengthen their advocacy skills and train others to become effective health advocates.

To register: Email Angela Cooper at angela.cooper@kyvoicesforhealth.org 
Advocacy for Community Impact: Train-the-Trainer Workshop
August 29, 2019
Owensboro, KY

This workshop is designed for health advocates, community
leaders, nonprofit organizations, frontline service providers, and outreach workers who want to strengthen their advocacy skills and train others to become effective health advocates.

To register: Email Angela Cooper at angela.cooper@kyvoicesforhealth.org 
Advocacy for Community Impact: Train-the-Trainer Workshop
September 16, 2019
Morehead, KY

This workshop is designed for health advocates, community
leaders, nonprofit organizations, frontline service providers, and outreach workers who want to strengthen their advocacy skills and train others to become effective health advocates.

To register: Email Angela Cooper at angela.cooper@kyvoicesforhealth.org 
Advocacy for Community Impact: Train-the-Trainer Workshop
September 18, 2019
Louisville, KY

This workshop is designed for health advocates, community
leaders, nonprofit organizations, frontline service providers, and outreach workers who want to strengthen their advocacy skills and train others to become effective health advocates.

To register: Email Angela Cooper at angela.cooper@kyvoicesforhealth.org 
Advocacy for Community Impact: Train-the-Trainer Workshop
September 19, 2019
Paducah, KY

This workshop is designed for health advocates, community
leaders, nonprofit organizations, frontline service providers, and outreach workers who want to strengthen their advocacy skills and train others to become effective health advocates.

To register: Email Angela Cooper at angela.cooper@kyvoicesforhealth.org 
Advocacy for Community Impact: Train-the-Trainer Workshop
September 25, 2019
Somerset, KY

This workshop is designed for health advocates, community
leaders, nonprofit organizations, frontline service providers, and outreach workers who want to strengthen their advocacy skills and train others to become effective health advocates.

To register: Email Angela Cooper at angela.cooper@kyvoicesforhealth.org 
Advocacy for Community Impact: Train-the-Trainer Workshop
October 1, 2019
Covington, KY

This workshop is designed for health advocates, community
leaders, nonprofit organizations, frontline service providers, and outreach workers who want to strengthen their advocacy skills and train others to become effective health advocates.

To register: Email Angela Cooper at angela.cooper@kyvoicesforhealth.org 
Advocacy for Community Impact: Train-the-Trainer Workshop
October 2, 2019
Pikeville, KY

This workshop is designed for health advocates, community
leaders, nonprofit organizations, frontline service providers, and outreach workers who want to strengthen their advocacy skills and train others to become effective health advocates.

To register: Email Angela Cooper at angela.cooper@kyvoicesforhealth.org 
Kentucky Voices for Health Annual Meeting
October 11, 2019
Lexington, KY

This meeting will bring together health advocates, healthcare providers, insurers and policymakers from across the Commonwealth to identify opportunities for collaboration to improve access to affordable healthcare, strengthen Kentucky's social safety-net, prepare for the 2020 General Assembly, and partner to ensure a complete count during the 2020 Census.

Funding Opportunities
10-Minute Walk Planning Grant and Technical Assistance

Through the 10-Minute Walk Campaign, National Recreation and Park Association with support from The JPB Foundation, is excited to offer grants and technical assistance to support planning efforts that help cities increase access to high-quality parks within a 10-minute walk. In the third round of grants 10 cities will receive $40,000 to work alongside NRPA, The Trust for Public Land (TPL), and the Urban Land Institute (ULI) to develop their highest, best, and measurable commitment to the 10-Minute Walk Campaign. 

Award amount: $40,000 

Applications due: August 2, 2019

Building Capacity to Reduce Tobacco Inequities in the South and Midwest

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation seeks to support and engage black community members, persons of lower socioeconomic status, and rural residents in the South and Midwest in order to increase their ability to advocate for stronger, locally or regionally driven tobacco-control and prevention policies and practices. 

Award amount: up to $1.5 million, for up to six projects 

Applications due: August 29, 2019

Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky | (p) 502-326-2583 
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