The next event in ETR’s 3 in 30 Series is here! Get 3 actionable tips in a 30-minute chat with guest experts.
With over 35% of high school students currently smoking or vaping,* too many young people may be at increased risk for respiratory illness, cancer, and other health concerns—but you have the opportunity to change that by creating conversations with teenagers about vaping. We also know that having these conversations can be difficult, uncomfortable, and sometimes confusing, so we're here with some actionable tips you can start using in your community!
Join our guest experts from ETR and Meredith Berkman from PAVe (Parents Against Vaping E-cigarettes) on October 26, 2021 for 3 actionable tips in 30 minutes on how to talk with teenagers about vaping in your role as an educator, public health professional, or clinical staff member.
Register below to attend this event which includes a live Q&A and follow-up resources. Can't attend but still interested? You can also register to receive free on-demand access to this 3 in 30, including a recording of the event.
About Meredith Berkman and Parents Against Vaping E-cigarettes (PAVe)
Meredith Berman is co-founder of Parents Against Vaping E-cigarettes (PAVe), an advocacy and education organization created in 2018 by three moms as a grassroots response to the youth vaping epidemic. Run and powered by volunteers, PAVe has become the national parent voice fighting Big Tobacco’s predatory behavior towards kids. Working at the local, state, and federal levels, PAVe supports ending the sale of all flavored e-cigarettes and all menthol and other flavored tobacco products. PAVe’s free educational training, materials, and resources, available in both Spanish and English, empower parents to educate others in their own communities about the dangers of youth use. Berman, a mother of four, is a graduate of Brown University, and the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. A former journalist, Berkman has written for publications including New York magazine, Entertainment Weekly, and the New York Post.
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*2019 CDC Youth Risk Behavior Survey data