Tobacco Use Prevention Among Youth

 
 Tuesday, 19 November 2002: 11:00 AM-12:30 PM
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
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
PREV-71. Role Youth Empowerment Has in Vermont’s Comprehensive Tobacco Control Plan  
 
 Tuesday, 19 November 2002: 4:00 PM-5:30 PM
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
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: 10:30 AM-12:00 PM
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
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: 3:30 PM-5:00 PM
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
PREV-266. Posters*  
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: 10:30 AM-12:00 PM
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
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  

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