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Healthy Tobacco-Free Schools CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health (DASH).


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Healthy Tobacco-Free Schools CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health (DASH). DASH’s Mission. To promote the health and well being of children and adolescents so they become healthy and well-functioning adults. 3/10/2014. Key Health Issues for Young People.
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Solid Tobacco-Free Schools CDC's Division of Adolescent and School Health (DASH)

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DASH's Mission To advance the wellbeing and prosperity of youngsters and youths so they get to be sound and well-working grown-ups. 3/10/2014

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Key Health Issues for Young People Intentional and unexpected wounds Alcohol/drug use Sexual danger practices Tobacco use Physical latency Poor dietary patterns Asthma Mental wellbeing

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Coordinated School Health Programs Health Education Physical Education Family and Community Involvement Health Services Health Promotion for Staff Nutrition Services Healthy and Safe School Environment Counseling, Psychological, and Social Services

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CDC/DASH-Funded Coordinated School Health Programs WA ME ND Nez Perce Tribe MN MA ID SD WI NY MI CT OH NJ WV CO CA KY NC AZ AR SC MS Funded States

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School Health Guidelines

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Guidelines Review Process Literature seek Convene DASH workgroup Code articles (approx. 500) Copies put away in printed version and Ref. Mgr. Draft rundown of procedures Convene specialists/accomplice board Draft for CDC inward survey/accomplice audit CDC leeway process

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1994 Guidelines for School Health Programs to Prevent Tobacco Use and Addiction 1. Policy 2. Instruction 3. Curriculum 4. Training 5. Family Involvement 6.Tobacco-Use Cessation 7. Evaluation

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2010 Guidelines Revisions Health Services : school wellbeing medical attendants, human services suppliers, advisors; suspension programs Community + School Efforts Parental Involvement School Staff Involvement After School/Advocacy Programs Tobacco Awareness Events Media/Advertising Effects of Secondhand Smoke

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Comprehensive School Tobacco-Free Environment Creation of a solid without tobacco approach Communication of the arrangement Enforcement of the strategy Prohibiting publicizing and advancement Tobacco-use end counsel and referral Tobacco-use anticipation direction

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Tobacco-Free Environment Emphasis on aggregate sans tobacco environment at all times (all day, every day) New research on used smoke's waiting impacts in structures Secondhand smoke and asthma Influence of part displaying by instructors, staff, guests, and guardians

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Exposure to Secondhand Smoke 2006 Surgeon General's Report: There is no "danger free" level of introduction to used smoke. Just dispensing with smoking in indoor spaces completely shields non-smokers from introduction to used smoke. Isolating smokers from non-smokers, cleaning the air, and ventilating structures can't dispense with introduction.

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Exposure to Secondhand Smoke SGR, 2006, proceeded with Secondhand smoke presentation causes illness and sudden passing in youngsters and grown-ups who don't smoke. Youngsters presented to used smoke are at expanded danger for SIDS, intense respiratory contaminations, ear issues, and more serious asthma.

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Guidelines additionally cover… Effects on understudies from : - Attitudes of educators and guardians toward school without tobacco arrangements - Harmful impacts of insignificant presentation to used smoke - Secondhand smoke and hindered comprehension - Schools and understudies raising tobacco crops

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Tobacco-Free Policy: Cornerstone Prohibit all tobacco use on all school property, in school vehicles, at school-supported occasions (on and off school property) for understudies, staff, and guests day in and day out.

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School, District, and State Tobacco-Use Prevention Policies Schools: 64% Districts: 55% States: 38% Policies are most drastically averse to address smokeless tobacco use and tobacco use among guests Source: CDC, School Health Policies and Programs Study 2006

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School Policies Prohibiting Tobacco Advertisements In school structures, outside on school grounds, on school transports or different vehicles, in school productions, through sponsorship of school occasions Source: CDC, School Health Policies and Programs Study 2006

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Communication and Enforcement of the Policy Clear correspondence to understudies, staff, guests, temporary workers, and the group Remedial* sanctions work best for understudies. *Remedial = guiding, other options to suspension programs rather than suspension or removal, end programs, and so on

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Recommendations for School-based Tobacco-Use Prevention Education Community Guide to Preventive Services, 2004 The Task Force prescribes utilization of school-based mediations when joined or composed with broad communications crusades and group instruction exercises in light of solid proof of adequacy in diminishing tobacco use by understudies . There is lacking confirmation to decide the viability of school-based training (classroom programs) and different exercises when actualized without extra group exercises.

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Tobacco-Use Prevention Education Classroom projects ought to be conveyed in conjunction with group and media messages. Direction ought to be K-12 and include: Short-and long haul wellbeing results Social impacts Peer standards Refusal aptitudes Life and basic leadership abilities Emphasis amid center and secondary school

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Guidance, instruments, and assets for a reasonable, complete, and steady investigation of wellbeing instruction educational module Based on CDC School Health Guidelines and National Health Education Standards Identifies regular attributes of powerful wellbeing instruction educational program Higher desires for and more prominent meticulousness in educational modules advancement and choice Improved wellbeing instruction

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Tobacco-Use Cessation for Students and Staff Schools ought to recognize understudies and staff who need help Schools ought to give "brief counsel" on stopping to understudies and staff Schools ought to allude understudies and staff to outside suppliers Schools ought to allude to the CDC direction report if embracing an assessed program or if building up its own particular system

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CDC's Guidance Tool "Youth Tobacco Cessation: A Guide to Making Informed Decisions" (2004) Contributors: Youth Tobacco Cessation Collaborative American Legacy Foundation National Cancer Institute Canadian Tobacco Control Research Initiative

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Parent Involvement Program arranging Reinforcing messages Role demonstrating Garner people group support for without tobacco approaches and programs Encourage sans smoke homes and autos

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Classroom Education Community School Media Parents Environment Student Led Programs School + Community Model

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Enables schools to distinguish qualities and shortcomings of wellbeing arrangements and projects Enables schools to build up an activity arrangement for enhancing understudy wellbeing Engages instructors, guardians, understudies, and the group in advancing wellbeing upgrading practices and better wellbeing http://www.cdc.gov/HealthyYouth/SHI

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School Health Index Topics Physical action Healthy eating Tobacco use avoidance Unintentional wounds and brutality counteractive action (security) Asthma

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A national unit of expert mentors for DASH devices, including the SHI and the HECAT DASH Dissemination and Diffusion: "D-Train"

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National Association of State Boards of Education

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Resources www.cdc.gov/healthyyouth (CDC/DASH) www.nsba.org/schoolhealth (National School Boards Association) www.nasbe.org (National Association of State Boards of Education) Linda Crossett: LCrossett@cdc.gov