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Framing Health Equity: Communication Strategies that Work - Gallery view
Stephanie Weiss
23:56
Yes, the webinar will be recorded and distributed to attendees
Marissa McGrath
25:22
Been there!
Maria Ruggiero
25:37
This is blurry
Maria Ruggiero
29:59
Please fix the focus
Tony Astran
31:28
By sharing the specific PowerPoint presentation rather than the entire computer, the focus will become fixed.
Renee Calanan
31:49
Whomever is running the Zoom - we see your Outlook notification and cursor movements to open chat, etc.
Jessica Pugel
31:51
Looks like you're sharing your full screen instead of just the slides? Re: Maria's comment about focus(Also thanks I'm really excited about this webinar!)
Maura Proser
32:06
when you screen share you can choose to share just you ppt and not your entire screen. this will keep your emails from popping up
Amber-Ray Davidson
32:11
We are seeing the full screen instead of just the slides.
Bexx Merck
32:40
Hi, we can see everything happening on your screen, not just the window with the presentaiton
Katie Moose
32:41
We can see your entire screen including your email notifications and we can see your mouse moving around looking at Q & A etc...
Kerry Ward
32:41
We see your whole desktop
Tisha Reid
32:45
WE are able to see everything the person sharing screen is doing, which some times takes away from slides
Katie Moose
32:46
Now we can see your desktop
Kerry Ward
32:46
and all the things you are doing
Ignacio Burgos
32:55
We can't see the shared screen
Addie Miller
33:02
You are sharing your entire screen not just your power point browser...
Victoria Beaton
33:27
Hi, just an FYI that the slides are showing up a little blurry
Kerry Ward
33:29
need to reshare only the powerpoint or something
Stephanie Weiss
36:54
Apologies, we are working to share the PowerPoint so that it is clearer
Tisha Reid
37:32
We are no longer seeing speaker slides
Sarah Lewis
37:32
I think the individual that is sharing their screen does not realize they are still doing so? Seeing a lot of movement between what we are looking at.
Judith Sugar
37:52
no powerpoint slides visible
Dee wernette
38:13
any idea why the loss worked for republicans but not democrats?
sheri sable
39:00
need to define what tobacco 21 is
Sia Xiong
41:33
The host of the meeting should share just the powerpoint presentation application and not their entire screen to prevent the audience (us) from seeing notifications. This also addresses the blurriness.
Melanie Ruhe
45:44
Apologies, we are working to share the PowerPoint so that it is clearer
martha merlo
46:41
Are we going to be able to listen to the recording later?
Fausto Calvillo
47:36
Still kind of blurry
Julie Sweetland
47:44
Melanie, looking at the time, I want to move directly forward to slide 17 - Framing to Avoid and Framing to Use
Julie Sweetland
47:57
When colleen is done I mean
martha merlo
48:05
I have a question for frameworks institute, do you have a template/model that I can use to answer similar research questions?
Fausto Calvillo
48:06
Only on this slide though! The other slides we fine
sheri sable
48:18
was there an evidence base for deciding on the age of 21?
sheri sable
48:55
Isn’t understanding that key to framing?
Katie Moose
49:08
Did you use the term "social justice" in San Antonio?
Jerry Saavedra
49:12
Great point! Tobacco companies are now getting good at framing ret
Maria Julian
49:32
Such a great success story in avoid PUP laws. Thanks Colleen for sharing that example.
Maria Julian
49:37
*avoiding
Jerry Saavedra
50:05
tobacco retailers as small business and public health efforts as hurting small business.
Dee wernette
52:43
how does the lack of efficacy for the economic impacts jibe with the earlier finding that loss works for republicans? please explain.
cecilia Amadou
52:49
Are you going to share the slides?
Jenn Hamilton
53:13
this is really good messaging
Pravleen Bajwa
53:19
Will you share the slides later?
Jenn Hamilton
53:29
thank you for showing examples of messages
Rita Deng
53:41
Helpful example
Melanie Ruhe
54:02
Hi Everyone, yes, we are going to share the slides, recording and contact information. Again, apologies for the disruption with the computer issues and sharing. Thank you for understanding.
Josh Hemsath
54:07
will the recording be shared after this meeting?
Stephanie Weiss
54:24
Yes, we will share a recording with all those registered
Katie Moose
54:34
This presentation is amazing and is so needed. Thank you!!
sheri sable
55:02
doesn’t the concept of social justice contradict the “individualism” frame
Kendra Wright
55:20
I agree with Katie Moose ^^^
Kendra Wright
55:23
very good
Lisa Wagner
55:56
Does oral health test as well as or better than dental health?
Stephanie Weiss
56:08
Please share any questions for presenters in the Q&A section
sue christoforou
57:31
Are there alternatives to 'justice' and 'equity'? More concrete synonyms?
Rita Deng
57:34
How do you work with communities that are reluctant to accept population health data and do not believe that the current OMB race/ethnicity adequately capture the community make up?
martha merlo
58:25
How you do the testing of all the models? online, personal questionaries, other? and how many persons you interviewed? in order to be trusted.
Jenn Hamilton
59:34
Great point. so much emphasis placed on individual decisions and actions which leads people to believe that the blame is on individuals when people get sick
Jenn Hamilton
59:56
and learning that the environment can change to help, that's a lightbulb moment for communities
Katie Moose
01:00:28
Yes @JennHamilton. The industry wants us to think this is an individual user problem!
Jenn Hamilton
01:00:39
indeed they do!
Alyssa Mouton
01:01:44
FYI Gaston County has the best tobacco-free County policies in NC now
Ruth Konoff
01:02:05
How long is this event scheduled to last?
Alyssa Mouton
01:02:08
https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=2ahUKEwjH652k5YXvAhU2B50JHW0gAuYQFjAAegQIAhAD&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.naccho.org%2Fuploads%2Ffull-width-images%2FCurrent-LHD-Tobacco-Successes-and-Challenges-2020.pdf&usg=AOvVaw0UTabc4ojxPZGXxDWK30Ij
Julie Sweetland
01:02:16
^^Love the NC rivalry, Alyssa!
Hanna Nichols
01:02:32
Banning smoking in all public places seems like it could backfire in that the accountability is still on historically marginalized groups. can you speak to that?
Ruth Konoff
01:05:27
That longer statement takes so much longer - how do you get people to pay attention to the whole message (outside of a research setting)?
Ruth Konoff
01:05:37
That longer statement takes so much longer - how do you get people to pay attention to the whole message (outside of a research setting)?
Alyssa Mouton
01:07:16
Didn’t actually mean for that to be read out loud!
Catherine Warner
01:08:12
Many state government agencies in "tobacco states" are not allowed to malign the tobacco industry so creative strategies are needed to communicate this way
Mitch Lindstrom
01:10:21
Great question Ruth. How do we balance providing the full explanation with plain language needs?
Carolyn Graham
01:11:03
We have to be careful to not sound like an excuse is being made as well.
Amal Khayat
01:12:59
The biggest problem I face in my community whenever there’s an initiative to combat tobacco use and strengthen tobacco control, is the way it’s perceived by the community as infringing on their freedoms, limiting them, and put in the bigger context of historical neglect and marginalization, is seen as a tool for oppression. I’ve noticed that smokers in my community perceive themselves as an oppressed minority, and feel that policies care a lot for non-smokers but don/t care nor accommodate smokers
Maria Julian
01:14:47
@Amal those are huge challenges for sure. You might find some resources on countertobacco.org helpful, or this report by the Public Health and Tobacco Policy Center: http://www.tobaccopolicycenter.org/documents/OhSnap.pdf
Katie Moose
01:14:51
Will you please enter the Frameworks website link here?
Stephanie Weiss
01:15:23
https://www.frameworksinstitute.org/
Sarah Lewis
01:16:30
I think an important nuance when transitioning from passive or active voice (including an actor) in the casual pathway is to do so in a way that conveys compassion and not marginalizing the actor. You did this well with the HCP message, for example, when including the phrase, "absorb stereotypes like ALL of us". It also emphasizes and reinforces that we are all a part of the solution. Such a valuable and powerful message and frame.
Danie Watson
01:16:32
You cannot reason someone out of an idea they did not arrive at by reason.
cecilia Amadou
01:17:20
yes
Cheryl Jackson
01:17:28
How do you convince people that they need to be a part of big solutions to big problems, such as climate change, when they can’t or won’t see the problem? When they may not see the effects of climate change in their daily lives?
Lisa Wagner
01:17:51
Words that Win also offers training in using the Race Class Narrative messaging framework for a wide range of issues: https://www.mobilize.us/wordsthatwin/
jane carmody
01:18:01
Thank you! great webinar!
martha merlo
01:18:08
Is there any place where I can learn the methodology? ¿is there a book or a document?
Jenn Hamilton
01:18:19
and also I think it's helps us recognize that this is a bias we are all potentially carrying with us
Jenn Hamilton
01:18:38
we may be all part of the problem but we are all part of the solution :-)
Tisha Reid
01:19:08
I am the Health Equity and Cancer Control Liaison of the IU Simon Comprehensive Cancer Center (IUSCCC). The IUSCCC is focusing on tobacco control and disparities. I would love to receive the information (tireid@iu.edu) on tobacco disparities to share with my leadership/colleagues.
Lisa Kelly
01:19:27
This is an excellent presentation. Thank you for providing this information.
Gail Kelly
01:19:30
Thank you for the helpful presentation. Very useful.
Jenn Hamilton
01:19:51
yes very good!
Christina Plazek
01:20:20
Thank you for the great presentation and helpful information and examples!
Julie Sweetland
01:20:21
Could you pop the eval link in the chat now?
Martha Ruffin
01:20:22
Thank you! This was great!
Raj Jani
01:20:23
great PRESENTATION & MESSAGE,
Cheryl Jackson
01:20:30
Thank you all for this. Very helpful.
Stephanie Weiss
01:20:37
http://naccho.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_bJhYpB3LtXvqfCm
Amal Khayat
01:20:39
Thank you so much for the great presentation ^_^
Ignacio Burgos
01:20:42
Thank you!
Victoria Miller
01:20:42
Thank you! Very helpful
Kateri Wimsett
01:20:45
This presentation is SO helpful! Thank you for the follow up resources!!!
Ahmani Pegues
01:20:46
Thank you!
Jenn Hamilton
01:20:48
don't even worry about it. tech stuff happens!
Gary Hall
01:20:51
Thank you! Great job!
Christin D'Ovidio
01:20:52
Thank you!
Kate Permut
01:20:53
Excellent presentation - thank you
Tisha Reid
01:20:54
Thank you for this wonderful presentation
Jessica Pugel
01:20:54
Thank you!! This was excellent
Stephanie Weiss
01:20:54
Please take the evaluation of the webinar here
Erika Carter
01:20:54
Wonderful presentation and useful info
Tiffany Yang
01:20:55
Thank you.
Stephanie Weiss
01:20:55
http://naccho.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_bJhYpB3LtXvqfCm
Sheyonna Watson
01:20:59
thank you and great information!
Jamie Pauluk
01:20:59
Thank you!
martha merlo
01:21:01
thank you!
Nancy Aleccia
01:21:02
Thank you! It was great :)
Netta Thompson
01:21:02
thank you
Manuel Andrade
01:21:11
Tks!