Evaluation and Surveillance

 
 Tuesday, 19 November 2002: 11:00 AM-12:30 PM
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  
 
 Tuesday, 19 November 2002: 2:00 PM-3:30 PM
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*  
 
 Tuesday, 19 November 2002: 4:00 PM-5:30 PM
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*  
 
 Wednesday, 20 November 2002: 8:30 AM-10:00 AM
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  
 
 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
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  
 
 Wednesday, 20 November 2002: 1:30 PM-3:00 PM
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  
 
 Wednesday, 20 November 2002: 3:30 PM-5:00 PM
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  
 
 Thursday, 21 November 2002: 8:30 AM-10:00 AM
EVAL-264. Evaluation and Surveillance Posters*  
EVAL-280. Critical Elements in Designing and Evaluating Local Tobacco Control Efforts  
EVAL-282. Local Level Program Evaluations: Experiences From the States*  
 
 Thursday, 21 November 2002: 10:30 AM-12:00 PM
EVAL-309. Statewide Evaluation Systems: Planning, Implementation, and Evaluation  
EVAL-310. Youth and Adult Tobacco Use: The Role of Advertising, Prices, and Access*  
 
 Thursday, 21 November 2002: 1:30 PM-3:00 PM
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*  

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