E-Cigs: More than just Nicotine
E-Cigs: More than Just Nicotine
The first time in 17 years youth tobacco use has increased. In this session we will explore why the increase, what are vaping products, risks of e-cigarettes, and prevention tools. Together we can take action to protect our kids.
Audience: parents / care givers / community members
This event is in partnership with SoWashCo Community Education.
Class ID: AD15801
Registration Required. Fee $15.00 for first participant. $10 for partner/spouse.
Presenter: Gina Johnson, B.A.
Ms. Johnson holds a Bachelor’s in Biomedical Science with an emphasis in Public Health. As Youth Service Bureau’s Chemical Health Prevention Specialist for South Washington School District (ISD 833), her focus is to prevent and reduce youth chemical use by supporting and strengthening the health and wellness of individuals, families, and the greater school community.
Prior to YSB, Gina worked for four years in tobacco control for Goodhue County educating the public on secondhand smoke, electronic cigarettes, and the harms tobacco can cause.
She worked on tobacco policy changes on a statewide and local level. Prior to that work Gina was a General Health Intern at UWRF where she helped pass a tobacco free campus, organized health fairs, and educated the students.