In March 2019, about 30 community members and Deschutes County staff learned strategies to advocate successfully for health-related policy. The training used examples from tobacco prevention policies such as the Oregon Indoor Clean Air Act and Tobacco Retail Licensing. A few key topics covered in this training included: how to be effective in advocating for change, how to advocate for/against policy, and when/how to use talking points to the greatest effect. If you would be interested in learning more about other upcoming prevention training opportunities, contact, Jessica McDonald;

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