Erika Trapl

Friends of @CWRUSwetland might be interested in this! twitter.com/TheHPPJournal/…

We're back from our summer break! Join us for a special September #PRCHNSeminar on the 21st! We will learn about Young Adult Perceptions of Flavored Cigarillos and their Implications for Flavor Policy. Register at bit.ly/PRCHN_Sept22 Retweeted by Erika Trapl

Sandwich generation is a tough place to be #lovemykids #lovemyparents

Extremely excited to share our (@erikatrapl) new piece in the recent issue of Ohio Journal of Public Health. Thank you to @prchn. You can read the article here: ojph.org/article/view/9… #medstudenttwitter #MedTwitter #research #publichealth Retweeted by Erika Trapl

Clinicians: Your recommendation is the number one reason parents choose to vaccinate their child/ren on time. Learn effective strategies from @CDCgov’s #HowIRecommend campaign. bit.ly/3C3V07j Retweeted by Erika Trapl

New @CDCgov tool! Environmental Justice Index (EJI): gauge whether all communities enjoy the same degree of protection from environmental hazards, & equal access to the decision-making process to live, learn, & work in a healthy environment #healthequity atsdr.cdc.gov/placeandhealth… Retweeted by Erika Trapl

Thanks, @RuthKeri2 ! It was great to be able to share our story of research and impact! twitter.com/RuthKeri2/stat…

Thanks @WEWS for talking with me about these important results! Tobacco21 policy in Cleveland led to a decrease in cigarette, cigar product, and e-cigarette use among HS youth in Cleveland across all gender and race/ethnicity groups! twitter.com/prchn/status/1…

…and minimize the differences in tobacco use across demographic groups. We hope this results in a reduction in tobacco-related disparities in chronic disease as these children age.

Thank you to @CleDPH and the Healthy Cleveland Initiative for pursuing policy to protect the health of your residents.

Similar to national data, tobacco product use differs across demographic groups. Policies like T21 that are inclusive of all tobacco products can have a larger population impact…

Cleveland implemented T21 in 2016, and our local commitment to YRBS allowed us to monitor the impact of this policy over time. Use of cigarettes, cigars, and ecigs declined among all demographic groups of youth by 2017.

It was a privilege to be involved with this local policy work and even more exciting to see how this policy affected all youth, regardless of gender, race and ethnicity, in CLE. @prchn @caseccc twitter.com/JAMANetworkOpe…

This survey study found substantial declines in high school youth tobacco use disparities for cigarettes, cigar products, and e-cigarettes following implementation of Cleveland’s Tobacco 21 policy across sex, race and ethnicity. @prchn @erikatrapl @caseccc ja.ma/3IEk5XB Retweeted by Erika Trapl

This is an important moment to reset policies that scale up and prioritize protections for people who have been left behind by many pandemic-era policy decisions. Three important #HealthEquity lessons emerged during the pandemic. 1/5 rwjf.ws/3aNYqzn Retweeted by Erika Trapl

Call for submission: Check out the information of a new @NTR_Journal special issue below! Consider submitting your latest research on flavored tobacco policy and health equity!! twitter.com/ShyanikaRose/s… Retweeted by Erika Trapl

Dr Jessica Thompson @univofkentucky presenting key impact #COE activities identified by COE leaders and their teams for addressing #cancer catchment area needs - but where is the $$$ to make all this happen? #InvestInCOE @theNCI #CCCIF2022 Retweeted by Erika Trapl

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Dana Crawford

Professor of Population and Quantitative Health Sciences and Associate Director of the Cleveland Institute for Computational Biology, with interest in pharmacogenomics, electronic health records, and diverse populations. Also, an avid foodie!