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1 Shelley Mann-Lev & Janie Corinne 24/7 Technical Assistance Team Creating truly tobacco-free schools

2 New Pictures of Youth and Tobacco

3 2011 Youth Risk & Resiliency Survey 3 Poly-Tobacco Use is the Norm for our Youth 30% of NM high school youth used at least one form of tobacco Two-thirds of tobacco use was poly-tobacco use (2+ products) 60% used hookah, alone or in combination with other tobacco products Single product use is less prevalent – 12.6% of youth tobacco users smoke only cigarettes, 5.5% use only spit tobacco, and 1.8% use only cigars of youth tobacco users are using hookah, either alone or in combination with other tobacco products Single product use is less prevalent – 12.6% of youth tobacco users smoke only

4 Significant downward trends observed for cigarette and cigar use Spit, chew, and snuff tobacco use remains statistically stable Hookah use remains high Use of emerging products, such as e-cigarettes, is currently unknown Youth Risk and Resiliency Survey (YRRS) *2013 YRRS data is preliminary 4 ? E-Cigarettes Trends in Tobacco Product Use – NM High School Youth,

5 E-Cigarette Use by Youth Doubled E-cigarette use doubled (3.3% to 6.8%) among MS and HS students during Current e-cig use increased from 1.1% to 2.1%. a High school students reporting ever having used an e-cig increased during from 4.7% to 10.0%. Current use increased from 1.5% to 2.8%. Among current e-cig users, 76.3% reported current conventional cigarette smoking a 5 a

6 New Mexico Data Cross-sectional study of yr old smokers in ABQ area found that use of e-cigs increased from 28% to 44% during , while use of other tobacco products decreased. d E-cigarette data collection for NM youth and adults planned for d Unpublished TUPAC Program evaluation results

7 Emerging T obacco Products Electronic cigarettes Hookah – water pipes Cigars, including little cigars that look like cigarettes Smokeless tobacco, like chew/dip, dissolvables and snus (pouches) Flavored tobacco products

8 What are you hearing and seeing? Discuss with a partner, 2 minutes each

9 E-hookah or e-cigarette?

10 Basic Anatomy of an Electronic Cigarette

11 Hookahs

12 Cigars and Little Cigars

13 Smokeless Tobacco

14 Flavored Tobacco Products

15 Exercise – Explaining Risks to Students Pair up with another person Each of you select and read a fact sheet or short article Explain the main points to your partner, as if you were talking to a student

16 No Tobacco Use at School Plan for Students  Get into groups of 3  Assign roles:  Health educator - counselor- nurse/health professional - teacher  Student  Observer  Read through the plan  The health educator will guide the student through the plan, filling it in and making agreements about how the student will remain tobacco-free at school  Observer will then comment, make suggestions

17 Free Technical Assistance and Resources for NM Schools Janie Corinne, MPH Coordinator 24/7 Technical Assistance Team Creating truly tobacco-free schools


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