Leading with Race & Structural Racism to Advance Health Equity in Tobacco
Manager of Community Programs at the Massachusetts Tobacco Cessation and Prevention Program
Jacqueline Doane is the Manager of Community Programs for the Massachusetts Tobacco Cessation and Prevention Program (MTCP) at the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. She has spent nearly a decade fighting injustices caused by the tobacco industry in Massachusetts, specializing in program development and management. She has successfully advocated and mobilized communities for policy change and building community capacity to address tobacco and secondhand smoke issues. In her current role at MTCP, Ms. Doane oversees municipal, community-based, and statewide programs that are responsible for local policy and enforcement, reducing secondhand smoke exposure, community mobilization, and authentic youth engagement.
Epidemiologist, Massachusetts Tobacco Cessation and Prevention Program
Lindsay Kephart is an Epidemiologist and part of the evaluation team for the Massachusetts Tobacco Cessation and Prevention Program (MTCP) at the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. For the past four years, she has supported MTCP through surveillance, evaluation, analysis, and dissemination, including mapping and visualization. Her current efforts focus around addressing tobacco-related inequities in the built and social environment. She received her Master of Public Health from Tufts University School of Medicine with a concentration in Biostatistics and Epidemiology.
Develop a shared understanding of the levels of racism and racial equity as it pertains to health
Explain how using a leading with race framework can eliminate racial inequities and improve the health of all
Describe examples of how Massachusetts has begun to integrate a racial justice framework in to tobacco programming and research
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The following speakers, moderators and planning committee members have disclosed they have no financial interest/arrangement or affiliation with any commercial companies who have provided products or services relating to their presentation(s) or commercial support for this continuing medical education activity:
Christine Cheng, Brian Clark, Jacqueline Doane, BS, Lindsay Kephart, MPH, Jennifer Lucero, MA, MS, Jennifer Matekuare, Ma Krisanta Pamatmat, MPH, Jessica Safier, MA, Catherine Saucedo, and Steven A. Schroeder, MD,
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