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March 2019  
 

  Dept. of Health seeks educator input by March 30

Today’s teens are more likely to use e-cigarettes than cigarettes, yet many don’t understand the risks associated with e-cigarettes, according to the National Institute of Drug Abuse.

School input is needed to determine materials South Dakota educators need to help students learn about the health risks related to e-cigarette use. Please take the survey at https://ecigeducatorsurvey.questionpro.com and share the link with middle and high school teachers, school nurses, school counselors, and school resource officers. The survey takes about 10 minutes to complete. Participation is voluntary, and identities of respondents remain anonymous.

The survey closes March 30.

This study is being conducted by the South Dakota State University School of Communication and Journalism on behalf of the South Dakota Department of Health Tobacco Control Program. It has been approved by the South Dakota State University Institutional Review Board.

Questions? Please email Dastinee.Domonoske@sdstate.edu or the SDSU IRB compliance officer at Dianne.Nagy@sdstate.edu.

The Department of Health appreciates your input and help with distributing this survey.

 
 
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