Presented by California Rural Indian Health Board
September 22, 2021
9 – 10 a.m. PDT
Ending nicotine addiction is hard but there are ways to make it easier on the person and on the health care team. Systematic integration of evidence-based cessation services improves quit rates in tribal and urban communities. Proven strategies (5A’s, team roles, EHR, medications, counseling options, staff education) and implementation and education tools will be shared to easily embed cessation support services throughout the entire health system.
Kris Rhodes, MPH (Anishinaabe, Bad River and Fond du Lac) is a public health leader with decades of strategic and collaborative experience working to elevate the health of Indigenous people with a focus on community-centered tobacco and cancer policy, systems, research, and evaluation. She is skilled in building successful initiatives that are sustainable and culturally grounded initiatives. Kris’ consulting firm, Asemaake (Anishinaabe word for tobacco offering), offers her skills, expertise, and networks on a variety of Indigenous public health issues. Email her at: firstname.lastname@example.org