Upcoming webinars & trainings

Looking for ways to enhance your evaluation practice?  The Tobacco Control Evaluation Center presents webinars and trainings on a variety of evaluation topics.  Full of practical information, these events often draw on the experiences of local tobacco control projects and their evaluators who share effective tactics they've used in their advocacy efforts.  You won't want to miss 'em!  (If you can't make it, though, not to worry. Webinars are recorded and archived on our website for easy access any time.)
Here is what we have coming up in the near future:

Accessing Priority Population Data

October 30, 2019
10:00am - 11:30am
Webinar Registration: https://ucdhs.webex.com/ucdhs/k2/j.php?MTID=tad9252e240fac8e6231b8dc35089bb2c

Cultural Humility - A Practical Application Join the Tobacco Control Evaluation Center (TCEC) as they reveal a new priority population data resources website developed in partnership with the California Tobacco Control Program (CTCP)! This webinar marks the launch of this unique resource, which compiles available data sources for eight priority populations that are the focus of CTCP's Initiative to Reduce Tobacco-Related Disparities. TCEC will walk you through how to use the website to find publicly available priority population data or to access datasets that are available upon request for local projects to analyze on their own. Finally, TCEC will discuss resources for collecting your own data on priority populations to inform your tobacco control work, including help with survey development, data analysis, and more.


TCEC is excited to support your work with priority populations - join us!

For more information, please contact Catherine Dizon, (530)754-8317


Cultural Humility: Opportunities through Evaluation

Cultural Humility - A Practical ApplicationJoin us for an interactive session encourages lively discussion and uses thoughtful exercises to engage participants in the topic of cultural humility in tobacco control evaluation. We'll practice incorporating cultural humility in evaluation by exploring assumptions, implicit bias, and power dynamics; review how these may affect our work, and craft concrete steps to cultivate cultural humility moving forward.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Apply the evaluation life cycle
  2. Recognize the need for cultural humility
  3. Justify cultural humility in evaluation life cycle
  4. Discuss opportunities in various communities
  5. Plan for a space to incorporate cultural humility into future work

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For more information contact Diana at tobaccoeval@ucdavis.edu or 530-752-9951.