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The 2002 National Conference on Tobacco or Health
San Francisco, CA

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 Tuesday, 19 November 2002: 11:00 AM-12:30 PM
CESS-34. Key Considerations in Providing Counseling for Tobacco Dependence*  
CESS-2. Behavioral Aspects of Effective NRT Interventions*  
CESS-5. If Older Americans Benefit From Quitting Smoking, Why Are They the Forgotten Smokers?  
CESS-6. Interactive Computer-Based Tobacco Cessation and Prevention Programs: Process Issues and Program Outcomes  
CESS-33. Perinatal Cessation: The Latest Evidence*  
CESS-35. Quit Today! Understanding Federal Health Insurance Programs*  
COMP-1. Reducing Youth Tobacco Use Through Community Interventions  
COMP-15. Translating Research to Practice: Creating Collaboration Among Researchers, Public Health Practitioners, and Private Enterprise*  
D&D-3. Tobacco Use and the LGBT Community: From Knowledge to Action  
D&D-4. Eliminating Health Disparities: A Model for Tobacco Prevention and Control  
D&D-19. Freeing Minority Communities From the Tobacco Industry's Hold  
D&D-21. Health Promotion Strategies To Reduce Tobacco Use Among Blue-Collar Workers*  
D&D-26. Findings and Evaluation of the National Hispanic Leadership Network for Tobacco Control Needs Assessment  
D&D-29. Addressing Disparities and Building Capacities in Diverse Communities*  
D&D-30. Social Justice and the Tobacco Industry  
EVAL-9. Logic Models for Planning and Evaluation  
EVAL-10. Utilizing Local Tobacco Control Ordinance Data for Program Planning and Research*  
EVAL-13. Monitoring the Tobacco Industry  
EVAL-20. Is It Working? Evaluating Intervention Techniques and Their Impact on Smoking Cessation  
EVAL-28. Economic Costs of Smoking: An Examination of Methodology  
MEDI-8. Quit Today! Quitline Implementation Including Intervention for African Americans*  
MEDI-11. From Research to Communication: Effective Messages for Clean Indoor Air Efforts  
MEDI-12. Generating Media Interest in Your Local Tobacco Control Program and Policy Strategies  
MEDI-18. Leveraging the Facts About Tobacco: Insights Into an Effective Campaign*  
MEDI-23. How To Leverage Media at the Local Level*  
MEDI-24. Countering the Direct Marketing of Smokeless Tobacco to Young Adults at Bars, Rodeos, Race Tracks, and More  
MEDI-25. Developing Presentation Skills in Youth Tobacco Advocates  
POLI-7. Latest Advice on Increasing State Excise Taxes*  
POLI-32. Global Tobacco: What Can I Do?  
POLI-22. Making Progress: Medicaid, Women, and Litigation  
POLI-27. Sleeping With the Enemy: The Ethics of Taking Funding From the Tobacco Industry  
POLI-31. Knowledge, Awareness, and Attitudes Toward Cigarette Warning Labels in the United States  
PREV-14. Challenges of Planning and Executing Effective, Cost-Efficient, and Dynamic Youth Rallies*  
PREV-16. Youth Tobacco Prevention Programs Tailored for Specific Populations  
PREV-17. Issues in Youth Tobacco Access  
 Tuesday, 19 November 2002: 2:00 PM-3:30 PM
CESS-39. Innovative Approaches to Increasing the Reach and Effectiveness of Tobacco Treatment  
CESS-40. Make Yours a Fresh Start Family: American Cancer Society's Pregnant Women and Families Cessation Program for Health Care Providers  
CESS-41. Tobacco Addiction and Its Treatment in Adolescent Cigarette Smokers*  
CESS-42. Community Outreach: Knowing Your Community and Achieving Cessation  
CESS-43. Teen Power  
CESS-44. Smoking Cessation and Mood Management in an Urban Homeless Population  
CESS-45. Spit Tobacco: A Comprehensive Treatment Model*  
CESS-53. Getting There From Here: Using the Blueprints To Achieve Healthy People 2010*  
COMP-36. Effectively Integrating Program Components*  
COMP-68. Formative Research on California Bar Patrons and Tobacco Retailers: Perspectives for Program Implementation  
COMP-49. It Can Work... Negotiating a Tobacco Control Plan Through Consensus  
COMP-50. How—and Why—To Get Published in "Tobacco Control"  
COMP-69. Good Connections: Social Marketing, Policy Objectives, and Baseline Information  
COMP-65. A Breath of Fresh Air—Ohio's Comprehensive Tobacco Control Program*  
D&D-67. Approaches for Working With Youth of Diverse Cultures  
D&D-37. Research Capacity Building for Priority Populations  
D&D-54. Community Readiness and Capacity for Tobacco Control Work: Case Studies From AAPI Communities  
D&D-64. Tailoring Interventions for LGBT*  
EVAL-59. From Conceptualization to Implementation—Evaluating Minnesota's Target Market Youth Movement and Media Campaign*  
EVAL-63. Surveillance and Evaluation of College Students' Attitudes Toward Smoking*  
MEDI-48. Role of Web Sites and Databases in the Day-to-Day Management of a Tobacco Control Program  
MEDI-52. Connecting the Dots: Uncovering Industry Interference  
MEDI-58. Indiana Youth Take Action Against Brown & Williams  
MEDI-62. Utilizing Web-Based Tools To Access Information and Assess Tobacco Industry Strategies  
POLI-38. The Real Deal About the Economic Impact of Clean Indoor Air Ordinances  
POLI-51. International Trade Agreements and the Threat to Effective Tobacco Control Policies  
POLI-60. Public Awareness: The First Step to Community Advocacy  
PREV-66. Target Market in Minnesota  
PREV-46. Tobacco Use on College Campuses: On-the-Scene Perspectives  
PREV-47. Power of Positive Peer Pressure: Social Norm Marketing*  
PREV-55. Design, Implementation, and Evaluation of Youth Tobacco Prevention Programs  
PREV-56. Youth Empowerment Evaluation  
PREV-57. Scientifically Defensible Youth Tobacco Use and Abuse Education Programs: A Continuum Strategy for Prevention and Reduction*  
PREV-61. School Tobacco Policy Surveillance/Assessment: Federal, State, Local  
 Tuesday, 19 November 2002: 2:00 PM-5:30 PM
COMP-70. A Training Module: Basics of Tobacco Control*  
PREV-71. Role Youth Empowerment Has in Vermont’s Comprehensive Tobacco Control Plan  
 Tuesday, 19 November 2002: 4:00 PM-5:30 PM
CESS-74. New Tobacco or Nicotine Products: What Do We Know? What Do We Need To Know?*  
CESS-86. Cessation, Nicotine, and the Science of Addiction*  
CESS-87. Alliance for Tobacco Cessation: Year One Progress in Implementing the Clinical and Community Guidelines on Cessation*  
CESS-92. Getting Results Through Clinical Initiatives*  
CESS-96. Developing Clinical Systems To Promote Tobacco Interventions*  
COMP-105. Tobacco-Free Pharmacies: Using Ethics, Economics, Education, and Law To Achieve a Public Health Goal*  
COMP-106. Take a S.T.A.N.D.: College Advocacy in Action—The Good, the Bad, and the Lessons Learned*  
D&D-75. Identifying and Eliminating Disparities: A Pilot Process for Success  
D&D-78. Approaches for Working With Asian American Youth  
D&D-80. Uniting Multi-Ethnic Networks on Tobacco Control Efforts  
D&D-83. Challenges and Barriers to Interventions in Rural Communities  
D&D-84. Addressing Priority Populations in Statewide Media  
D&D-100. Decreasing Secondhand Smoke in Diverse Communities*  
D&D-102. Research in Minority Communities: Effective Messages for Tobacco Tax Increases and Clean Indoor Air Policies  
EVAL-103. The Health Effects of Non-Cigarette Tobacco Use*  
EVAL-107. Incorporating Newspaper Coverage of Tobacco Issues Into Tobacco Control Program Evaluations  
EVAL-90. Blunts: Health Implications of Marijuana in Low-Cost Cigars for Adolescents and Young Adults  
EVAL-97. Return on Investment: Analyzing the Impact of Your Tobacco Control Efforts*  
EVAL-98. Tobacco Control Outcomes: The Impact of State Programs*  
MEDI-79. Advanced Media Campaigns—Politics Associated With Managing Well-Funded Media Campaigns*  
MEDI-81. Designing Effective Communication Programs: Reaching Hispanic/Latino Audiences  
MEDI-82. Reaching College Women: Collegiate Anti-Smoking Effort (CASE) "Live Free" Campaign*  
POLI-72. Coming Soon to a Neighborhood Near You—Nicotine Lollipops  
POLI-73. Investing in Comprehensive Tobacco Control and Prevention: Saving Lives and Saving Money  
POLI-91. How To Make Tobacco Retail Licensing a Reality*  
POLI-93. Tools You Can Use: Measurable and Research-Based Tools for Clean Indoor Air Policy Mobilization in the Midwest  
POLI-94. Community Action Model: Organizing for Change  
POLI-95. Wolf in Sheep's Clothing: Why Preemption Is Good for the Tobacco Industry and Bad for Your Health  
PREV-76. Cleaning House: Reducing Children's Involuntary Exposure to Secondhand Smoke*  
PREV-77. Tobacco Prevention in an Urban Setting: Rapp'n It Up!  
PREV-85. School Health Index and Recommendations for School-Based Interventions*  
PREV-104. Reaching Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual/Transgender/Questioning/Intersex Youth: Two Models From Boston and San Francisco  
PREV-88. Fostering Youth Involvement in Tobacco Control*  
PREV-89. Tobacco Use Among Youth in Specific Populations  
PREV-99. Youth Advocacy and Policy Change To Create Tobacco-Free Schools  
PREV-101. Scene Smoking—Cigarettes, Cinema, and the Myth of Cool: An Interdisciplinary Program for College/University and High School  
 Wednesday, 20 November 2002: 8:30 AM-10:00 AM
CESS-113. Integrating Tobacco Cessation Services Into Community Programs  
CESS-114. How To Get Results Through Web-Based and Quit Line Interventions*  
CESS-129. Cognitive/Behavioral Treatment of Tobacco Dependence in a Medical Setting  
COMP-109. Taking Care of Business: The Nuts and Bolts of State Health Department Management of Local Tobacco Control Programs  
COMP-118. Consultation Model for Worksite Tobacco Policy Development and Employee Cessation Programs*  
COMP-122. Making Tobacco History in Illinois: Rags to Riches  
COMP-140. Tools of the Trade for Developing Comprehensive Tobacco Control Programs*  
COMP-123. Communities of Excellence in Tobacco Control: Part 1*  
COMP-128. Coordinated Efforts To Provide Cessation*  
COMP-130. Finding Programs Worth Funding: National Compendium Plus Local Review  
COMP-132. Enforcement of Tobacco Control Laws: The California Experience*  
COMP-133. Environmental Tobacco Smoke Reduction for Healthy Homes*  
D&D-110. Participatory Research: Breaking Down the Barriers*  
D&D-111. Working With Organized Labor: Valuable Opportunities and Lessons Learned  
D&D-121. Towards Eliminating Tobacco-Related Disparities: Lessons Learned From Minnesota's Population-at-Risk*  
D&D-137. Tobacco's Journey: Native American Traditional Tobacco  
EVAL-119. Comparing Apples and Oranges: Making Sense of Various Sources of Youth Tobacco Use Prevalence Data  
EVAL-120. Key Messages and Standards for Evaluating Comprehensive Tobacco Control Programs*  
EVAL-134. The Oregon Program: Use of an Integrated Evaluation Model on Media and the Quitline, School Programs, and Disparate Populations  
EVAL-135. Tobacco Use Surveillance Among Specific Populations  
MEDI-141. Finding Our Voices: The Need To Become More Outspoken—What's Possible, What's Not  
MEDI-143. Media Campaign Implementation and Evaluation*  
MEDI-138. Designing Effective Counter-Marketing Messages: Effects on Awareness, Receptivity, and Comprehension  
MEDI-139. Getting Your Message Out: Reaching the College-Aged Audience  
POLI-142. Ranking the States on Tobacco Prevention  
POLI-124. Tribes Taxing Tobacco Sales: Win-Win Strategies for Health Advocates and Tribal Sovereign Nations  
POLI-125. Using 501c4s for Voter Education—Lessons Learned in the States  
POLI-126. Using Dollars and Allies for Maximum Tobacco Control Results: Leasons Learned*  
POLI-127. Tobacco Use and Tobacco Control Policies in U.S. Colleges: Current Status and Strategies for Change*  
POLI-136. Strategies To Achieve Smoke-Free Air*  
PREV-108. Topics in Youth Tobacco Use Prevention  
PREV-112. Creating a Tobacco-Free School Environment*  
PREV-115. Report on Tobacco Use on College Campuses*  
PREV-116. Global Issues in Youth Tobacco Use Prevention*  
PREV-117. Hollywood's Role in Youth Tobacco Uptake and Methods To Reduce Glamorization in Films  
PREV-131. Youth Power: Youth Development and Community Organizing for Tobacco Policy in California  
 Wednesday, 20 November 2002: 8:30 AM-12:00 PM
EVAL-144. Practical Applications To Meet the Challenges of Evaluation  
 Wednesday, 20 November 2002: 10:30 AM-12:00 PM
CESS-176. The Latest Findings in the Health Insurance Market*  
CESS-147. QuitWorks: Public Health/Health Plan Collaboration in Massachusetts, Linking Providers and Patients to Telephone Counseling  
CESS-177. Practice Advice on Cessation: Getting Results Through Health and Dental Care Providers  
CESS-178. Neurobiology of Nicotine Addiction  
COMP-148. A Partnership Model for Providing Technical Assistance*  
COMP-156. Creating a Comprehensive School-Based Tobacco Prevention and Control Program: A Best Practice  
COMP-160. Communities of Excellence: Part 2–Local Perspectives*  
COMP-167. Tobacco-Free Programs: Two Case Studies*  
COMP-173. Web-Based Reporting Systems*  
D&D-150. Reaching Out to LGBT and Communities of Color  
D&D-162. It's My Party: Young Adults Flirt With Tobacco Addiction  
D&D-168. Capacity Building Across Diverse Communities*  
D&D-171. Tobacco Control Programming: Collaboration and Partnerships  
EVAL-149. Improving Local Program Evaluation Through Training and Technical Assistance: Wisconsin’s Strategy  
EVAL-151. Evaluating National and State Media Campaigns  
EVAL-152. Evaluating Local Tobacco Control Organizations*  
EVAL-153. Evaluation Efforts of State Programs: Arizona, California, Hawaii, and New Mexico*  
EVAL-154. How To Evaluate the Changing Tobacco Retail Outlet  
EVAL-155. Identification of Factors Associated With Effective Coalitions*  
EVAL-159. Understanding Youth Empowerment: Findings From Youth and Adult Coordinators of Community-Based Groups Funded by the American Legacy Foundation  
EVAL-166. Tobacco Use Behavior Among Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders  
MEDI-146. From Research to Communication: Effective Messages for Tobacco Tax Increases  
MEDI-161. Exploring the Phenomenon of Social Smoking—Why Do So Many Young Adults Socially Smoke?  
MEDI-172. Understanding Current Hollywood Politics and Tobacco  
POLI-157. www.What'  
POLI-158. Arbitrary and Imaginary Boundaries: Why Local Advocates Should Care About FDA Regulation of Tobacco Products  
POLI-163. Arizona College Campus Tobacco Assessment Project  
POLI-164. Grassroots Organizing: Strategy and Skills To Win Tough Votes  
POLI-165. Getting Youth Access Restrictions To Work*  
POLI-169. Building a Local Case for Federal Regulation of Tobacco  
POLI-170. Ventilation: Tobacco Industry Lies and Deceptions  
POLI-175. Successful Smoke-Free Policy Initiatives From Michigan's Model Technical Assistance Collaborative  
PREV-145. Lessons From American Legacy Foundation-Funded State Youth-Empowerment Programs*  
PREV-174. Developing and Evaluating Video for Youth Tobacco Prevention  
 Wednesday, 20 November 2002: 1:30 PM-3:00 PM
CESS-186. Ideas on Cessation*  
D&D-187. Poster Session  
POLI-188. Poster Session  
CESS-180. Getting Results on Campus: Tobacco Cessation for College Students  
CESS-192. Innovations in Cessation: Serving the Medicaid Population  
CESS-199. Department of Defense Comprehensive Tobacco Intervention Program: Project STAR  
CESS-200. Diversifying Cessation Efforts: Reaching Out to Ethnic and Rural Populations and Smokeless Tobacco Users  
CESS-207. Practical Cessation Strategies for Young Adults  
COMP-182. ASSIST: Shifting the Paradigm for Tobacco Control in the U.S.: A Policy and Media Approach With Results  
COMP-185. Growing Tobacco Control in Rural America  
COMP-190. State-Level Strategies, Partnerships, Coordination, and Implementation: Creating and Sustaining Effective School-Based Programs  
COMP-195. A Community-Based Approach to Tobacco Control Programs  
COMP-197. Integrating Comprehensive Tobacco Control Programs: Keys to Success  
COMP-201. Dentistry's Role in Tobacco Cessation Policy, Research, and Treatment  
COMP-208. Impact of Structure on Program Advocacy, Management, and Evaluation Programs in Vermont, Indiana, and Ohio*  
D&D-181. Update on Menthol Cigarettes: Sociology, Marketing, Epidemiology, and Toxicology  
D&D-184. Hawaii and the LGBT Community: A Rainbow of Opportunities  
D&D-211. Outreach and Communication for Hispanic and Latino Populations  
D&D-213. Say It "Write": Tailor Your Tobacco Control Messages To Fit Your Low-Literate Audiences  
EVAL-189. Strategies for Evaluating Small-Scale Community-Based Hispanic/Latino Tobacco Control Programs  
EVAL-191. Web-Based Reporting and Computerized Tracking and Evaluation Systems  
EVAL-214. Global Surveillance and Evaluation Efforts  
MEDI-179. Maryland: Planning a Statewide Media Campaign*  
MEDI-196. $75,000 or Less—Subcontracting With Boutique Media and PR Firms To Enhance Policy Outcomes  
MEDI-206. Replicable Media Advocay Case Studies  
POLI-183. Searching the Universe of Tobacco Industry Documents  
POLI-215. Winners and Losers: What's Smoking Post November 2002 Elections  
POLI-202. United States: A Straggler in Tobacco Control  
POLI-203. A New Smoke-Free Restaurant Every Day, a New Ordinance Every Fortnight—How We Do It  
POLI-204. How To Organize and Run a Successful Statewide Ballot Campaign*  
POLI-212. What Me Lobby? Health Departments and Local Tobacco Control Laws*  
PREV-216. Role of Advertising and Cigarette Brand Popularity Among Youth  
PREV-217. Risk Factors Associated With Youth Tobacco Use  
PREV-193. Exploring Cigarettes' Other Impacts: A New Opportunity To Involve Youth and Young Adults*  
PREV-194. Tobacco-Free Sports: Let the Games Begin  
PREV-218. Using Promotional Marketing Tactics To Reach Youth With Prevention Messages  
PREV-205. Combating Tobacco Use Among College Students: The Statewide Approach and the UVM Pilot Project  
PREV-209. Youth Empowerment in Action—Program Successes and Failures From Around the Nation  
PREV-210. Arkansas Smoke-Free Kids—The Effectiveness of Role Models in Prevention  
 Wednesday, 20 November 2002: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
POLI-219. Empowering Communities for Local Policy Action*  
 Wednesday, 20 November 2002: 3:30 PM-5:00 PM
CESS-220. Critical Directions for Addressing Tobacco in Managed Care*  
CESS-221. Monitoring the Tobacco Industry: The Latest Findings  
CESS-224. Innovations To Stop Smoking During and Beyond Pregnancy: The Smoke-Free Families Research Program*  
CESS-229. Collaborative Research: A Formula for Success  
CESS-238. Trends in Tobacco Cessation: The Latest Evidence*  
COMP-225. Applying Public Health Informatics to Tobacco Control*  
COMP-227. State-Level Strategies, Coordination, and Implementation: Creating and Sustaining Effective Community-Based Programs  
COMP-231. Catching Snowflakes: How Wisconsin Created a Comprehensive Program  
COMP-232. Lessons in Designing Comprehensive Tobacco Control Programs  
COMP-233. Planning Meeting: National Legal Technical Support  
COMP-240. Marketing Research To Drive Interventions, Programs, and Policies To Help Pregnant Smokers Quit: A Case Study  
COMP-242. Real Successes for Real People: The Minnesota Experience  
COMP-244. Taking on Tobacco: From Campus-Based Initiatives to a Comprehensive Statewide Movement*  
D&D-249. Building a Logic Model To Identify and Eliminate Tobacco-Related Disparities: A Planning Tool*  
D&D-250. Cessation in Diverse Populations  
D&D-251. Tobacco Control Research in Communities of Color*  
EVAL-253. Warehousing, Triangulation, and "Social Market" Segmentation of Population-Based Data*  
EVAL-254. Evaluation on a Shoestring Budget and How To Use Data To Drive Program Development  
EVAL-234. Women and Tobacco*  
EVAL-252. Where To Find Scientific Data To Support Best Practices in Tobacco Control*  
EVAL-255. Logic Models: The Link Between Program Planning and Evaluation in Tobacco Control*  
EVAL-245. Assessing Youth Acquisition, Brand Preference, Ability To Quit, and National Survey Data  
EVAL-247. Young Adults: Tobacco Use Epidemiology, Interventions, and Their Reactions to Tobacco Packaging  
MEDI-235. Advertising for Successful Quitline Results  
MEDI-237. Working To Create Effective Counter-Marketing Messages*  
POLI-226. What's the Law Got To Do With It? How and When To Work With Lawyers for Policy Change*  
POLI-236. Lessons From Massachusetts: Passing Local ETS Regulations*  
POLI-239. Waging Effective e-Advocacy Campaigns To Advance Tobacco Control Policy  
POLI-241. Creating Strong State-Local Advocacy Partnerships*  
POLI-246. Youth Access: Time To Look for Another Strategy?  
PREV-222. Understanding the Evidence for Youth Tobacco Cessation*  
PREV-223. Not on Tobacco: A Review of the Most Current Program Research  
PREV-228. Youth Involvement in the National Hispanic Leadership Network for Tobacco Control  
PREV-230. Beyond Their Backyards: Youth Advocates Influencing Policy at the State and Federal Level  
PREV-243. Tobacco-Free Academy—Building Your Academy From the Ground Up  
PREV-248. Kickin' Ash in Texas (Part 2): A School and Community Approach to Tobacco Control*  
 Thursday, 21 November 2002: 8:30 AM-10:00 AM
COMP-263. Poster Session: Combined Strategies*  
EVAL-264. Evaluation and Surveillance Posters*  
MEDI-265. Posters  
PREV-266. Posters*  
CESS-293. Filling the Gaps in Youth Cessation*  
CESS-279. Evaluation of Lessons From the First National Smoking During Pregnancy Media and Quitline Campaign  
CESS-285. Bridging the Public Health and Private Health Care Chasm: A Public Private Partnership  
COMP-267. Reducing Tobacco Use on a College Campus: A Comprehensive Plan*  
COMP-268. Advising a State Program: The Tobacco Education and Research Oversight Committee of California (TEROC)  
COMP-269. Educate, Engage, and Enlist: Selling and Defending Comprehensive Tobacco Control Programs  
COMP-270. Tobacco Control Strategies in the Business/Purchaser Community*  
COMP-275. Recent NCI State and Community Tobacco Control Program Development and Implementation Research  
D&D-259. Women, Girls, and Smoking: 21st Century Challenges and Opportunities  
D&D-261. Addressing Poverty and Low SES in Tobacco Control  
D&D-271. Faith Communities Take Action  
D&D-272. Bridge to Partnerships: Working With Asian American and Pacific Islander Communities  
D&D-281. Engaging American Indian Youth in Tobacco Control  
D&D-286. Case Studies in GLBT Tobacco Control: An Overview of Existing Efforts  
D&D-287. Effective Strategies for Mobilizing Communities of Color in Clean Indoor Air Campaigns*  
EVAL-280. Critical Elements in Designing and Evaluating Local Tobacco Control Efforts  
EVAL-282. Local Level Program Evaluations: Experiences From the States*  
MEDI-289. Designing and Implementing an Effective Tobacco Counter-Marketing Campaign*  
MEDI-290. Steps Toward Smoke-Free Places  
MEDI-291. Correcting Misperceptions: How To Make Tobacco Use Less Socially Acceptable  
POLI-256. Effective Youth Access Approaches From Three States*  
POLI-258. Harm Reduction: Lessons From Past Experiences, Current Environment, and Future Directions  
POLI-260. Uniting New England Tobacco Control and Health Care Advocates for Successful Tobacco Tax Campaigns  
POLI-262. A Comprehensive Approach To Reducing Youth Access to Tobacco Products*  
POLI-292. Transnational Tobacco Companies and the Global Economy: Who Wins?... Who Loses?  
POLI-273. Educating the Hospitality Industry—3 Programs*  
POLI-274. Buying Influence, Selling Death  
POLI-276. Finding Friends in Unusual Places: The New Alliance Between Public Health and Law Enforcement in California*  
POLI-277. The Latest on Watching the Industry*  
POLI-284. Practical Advice for Achieving Clean Indoor Air*  
PREV-257. Generation XYZ—Understanding Youth and Their Culture, and Learning To Work Together Effectively  
PREV-278. Youth Empowerment: Youth Taking Charge of Tobacco Control  
PREV-283. Fun and Interactive Means for Youth Tobacco Use Prevention  
PREV-288. Texas Teen Ambassadors: Teens Leading the Way to a Tobacco-Free Texas  
 Thursday, 21 November 2002: 8:30 AM-12:00 PM
POLI-294. Nine Questions: A Strategic Planning Model for Advocacy That Works  
 Thursday, 21 November 2002: 10:30 AM-12:00 PM
CESS-298. Youth Tobacco Use Cessation: A Process for Making Informed Decisions*  
CESS-304. National Blueprint for Disseminating and Implementing Evidence-Based Clinical and Community Strategies To Promote Cessation*  
CESS-305. New Developments in Spit Tobacco Cessation  
COMP-328. Best Practices: Current Policy, Evaluation, and Practice *  
COMP-317. Becoming a Tobacco-Free Medical Campus: Are We Ready?  
D&D-297. Sleeping With the Enemy: Ethics for Priority Populations Accepting Funding From the Tobacco Industry  
D&D-313. A Tobacco-Free World: Is It Possible or Probable?  
D&D-323. Exploring the Use of Tobacco Prevention Curricula in Ethnic Populations  
D&D-325. Addressing Tobacco Issues in LGBT Communities of Color  
EVAL-309. Statewide Evaluation Systems: Planning, Implementation, and Evaluation  
EVAL-310. Youth and Adult Tobacco Use: The Role of Advertising, Prices, and Access*  
MEDI-306. Crisis Communications: What To Say When Things Go Wrong  
MEDI-307. Don't Reinvent the Wheel! Learn How To Identify Effective Materials and When and How to Develop Your Own  
MEDI-327. Power of Integrated Marketing and Public Relations Campaigns  
MEDI-311. National Stories, Local Action: Utilizing New Research and Industry Misdeeds in Media Advocacy Campaigns  
MEDI-312. Knowing What To Look For: Developing and Critiquing an Advertising Campaign*  
POLI-296. Taxing Tobacco To Improve Public Health—Policy Development and Media Strategies*  
POLI-326. Building Political Power in the Tobacco Control Movement*  
POLI-308. Technical Assistance Systems for Tobacco Control: Cultivating Capacities at Multiple Levels*  
POLI-314. In Wisconsin's Hallowed Halls—Roles and Recommendations of Bureaucrats, Advocates, and Legislative Leaders  
POLI-316. Making Tax Dollars and Master Settlement Agreement Funds Work for Tobacco Control  
POLI-318. Preemption: Big Tobacco's Best Friend  
POLI-319. Clean Air Works! A Regional Approach for Securing Smoke-Free Worksites in Urban Communities  
POLI-320. Local Regulation of Tobacco Marketing: Why It's Needed and How To Overcome the FCLAA*  
POLI-322. Making the Tobacco Industry "Toe the Lines" Drawn by the MSA: Lessons Learned From MSA Enforcement Litigation  
POLI-324. Consequences of Loopholes in the MSA: Impact of Tobacco Promotions in "Adult-Only" Venues*  
PREV-295. Youth Development and Youth Advocacy: Training Strategies  
PREV-299. Advocacy vs. Activism: Youth Empowerment in North Carolina  
PREV-300. Harnessing Youth Lifestyles To Build an Anti-Brand—A Proven, Cost-Effective Strategy  
PREV-301. Saving Their States: Youth Advocates Securing Settlement Money for Tobacco Prevention Programs  
PREV-302. Emerging Tobacco Products: Marketing, Access, and Surveillance  
PREV-303. Grassroots Youth Mobilization: Perspectives From California’s Statewide Youth Movement  
PREV-315. Schooling the Tobacco Industry: Tobacco Divestment on Campus  
PREV-321. Helpful Tips and Ways To Do Tobacco Prevention on College Campuses  
 Thursday, 21 November 2002: 1:30 PM-3:00 PM
CESS-356. Quitline Development, Management, and Evaluation: Resources and Recommendations*  
COMP-358. Leave the Pack Behind: A Comprehensive Initiative for Post-Secondary Smokers on Canadian Campuses*  
COMP-359. Overview of the Minnesota Youth Tobacco Prevention Initiative*  
COMP-339. Promoting State Tobacco Control Successes to Preserve Funding  
D&D-336. Strategic Giving and Policy Change To Reduce the Burden of Tobacco in Priority Populations: A Funder's Perspective  
EVAL-329. Enhanced Implementation of CDC Guidelines for School Tobacco Programs: Results of a Statewide Evaluation  
EVAL-330. Evaluating the National truth(sm) Counter-Marketing Campaign—Two Years of Progress  
EVAL-360. How To Keep Score--Which Measures Should Be Used To Assess Tobacco Control Success?  
EVAL-361. Conducting a Statewide Adult Tobacco Survey  
EVAL-341. What Is the Score? Examples of Measures Used To Assess Tobacco Control Success  
EVAL-343. Web-Based Surveys and How To Use Existing Data To Evaluate Tobacco Control Programs*  
EVAL-344. Topics in Evaluation: Policy and Prevention  
EVAL-345. Evaluating Your Paid and/or Earned Media Campaign Efforts  
EVAL-348. A Portrait of the Unseen: Tobacco Use in Ethnic Communities  
EVAL-351. Effective Programming at the Local Level—Influencing Policy for Statewide Impact*  
MEDI-334. Effective Tobacco Education Materials To Support Smoke-Free Policies, Fight Corporate Sponsorship, and More…  
MEDI-335. Reaching Special Populations Using Media and Social Marketing*  
MEDI-357. If You Advertise Cessation... They Will Come  
MEDI-352. Building Your Organization's Brand  
POLI-331. Men Are From Mars. Women Are From Venus. My Staff Writer Is From Uranus  
POLI-332. How To Make Bars, Prisons, Apartments, and Every Space Smoke Free*  
POLI-333. Smokeless Tobacco Policies To Decrease Use  
POLI-337. From the Mountains to the Sea: California's Golden Opportunities for Clean Outdoor Air Policies  
POLI-338. Feet to the Fire: Holding the Tobacco Industry Accountable*  
POLI-340. Practical Advice for Building a Strong State Advocacy Movement*  
POLI-342. Educating Your State Legislators: A Model for Getting Your Issues Heard*  
POLI-346. Advocacy and Policy Development Strategies for Government Entities*  
PREV-347. Going Global: Statewide Youth Programs Take on Big Tobacco at Home and Abroad  
PREV-349. Smoke-Free New England College and University Campaign  
PREV-350. Involving Youth in Community Programs: Overcoming Challenges for Effective Youth Involvement  
PREV-353. Teaming Up To Promote Tobacco-Free Youth: Working With Youth Recreation Groups and Professional Sports Teams  
PREV-354. From Media Literacy to Media Advocacy: Tobacco Control Capacity Building Tools for Youth  
PREV-355. Coaching Youth To Produce Effective Media  

* Presentation files available online