Comprehensive Tobacco Control Programs or Combined Strategies

 Tuesday, 19 November 2002: 11:00 AM-12:30 PM
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*  
 Tuesday, 19 November 2002: 2:00 PM-3:30 PM
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*  
 Tuesday, 19 November 2002: 2:00 PM-5:30 PM
COMP-70. A Training Module: Basics of Tobacco Control*  
 Tuesday, 19 November 2002: 4:00 PM-5:30 PM
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*  
 Wednesday, 20 November 2002: 8:30 AM-10:00 AM
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*  
 Wednesday, 20 November 2002: 10:30 AM-12:00 PM
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*  
 Wednesday, 20 November 2002: 1:30 PM-3:00 PM
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*  
 Wednesday, 20 November 2002: 3:30 PM-5:00 PM
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*  
 Thursday, 21 November 2002: 8:30 AM-10:00 AM
COMP-263. Poster Session: Combined Strategies*  
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  
 Thursday, 21 November 2002: 10:30 AM-12:00 PM
COMP-328. Best Practices: Current Policy, Evaluation, and Practice *  
COMP-317. Becoming a Tobacco-Free Medical Campus: Are We Ready?  
 Thursday, 21 November 2002: 1:30 PM-3:00 PM
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  

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