Tobacco Studies Program

Low Income Smokers and their Workplaces: Opportunities for Research & Intervention

November 12, 2008

Low Income Smokers and their Workplaces: Opportunities for Research & Intervention

Peggy Hannon PhD

Seminar on Health Disparities: The Case of Tobacco (HSERV 556)

Peggy Hannon Peggy Hannon is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Health Services at the UW School of Public Health and Community Medicine. She is an investigator with the Health Marketing Research Center and the Alliance for Reducing Cancer Northwest at the Health Promotion Research Center. Dr. Hannon’s current research interests include health promotion in the workplace, interventions to increase colorectal cancer screening, and the science of disseminating effective interventions.
Dr. Hannon’s faculty page | HPRC

This lecture is also part of our Tobacco-Related Health Disparities (HSERV 556) course, where it is paired with the following readings:
Harris JR, Cross J, Hannon PA, Mahoney E, & Ross-Viles S. (2008). Employer adoption of evidence-based chronic disease prevention practices: a pilot study. Preventing Chronic Disease, 5(3), 1-9.

Sorenson G, Barbeau E, Hunt MK, & Emmons K. (2004). Reducing Social Disparities in Tobacco Use: A Social Contextual Model for Reducing Tobacco Use among Blue-Collar Workers. American Journal of Public Health, 94(2), 230-32.