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2004-2009 Surveillance and Evaluation Webinar Archive

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Date

Title

Presenters

Affiliation

11/19/09

Quitline Evaluation
 
Slides also available separately

Shu-Hong Zhu, Ph.D

Department of Family and Preventive Medicine, School of Medicine, University of California, San Diego

4/23/09

Approaches to Evaluating the Effects of Smoke-free Laws
 
Slides also available separately

Andrew Hyland, PhD

Roswell Park Cancer Institute

Steve Babb, MPH

CDC Office on Smoking and Health

1/8/09

Process Evaluation: Building the Evidence Base
 
(PowerPoint only)

Paul Mattessich, Ph.D

Executive Director, Wilder Research Center, St. Paul, MN

8/30/07

Role of Surveillance and Evaluation in Tobacco Control over the past 30 years (audio only)

John Pinney

President, Pinney Associates, Inc.

6/28/07

Surveillance, epidemiology, and evaluation: Traveling companions on an important tobacco control journey

Ross C. Brownson, Ph.D

Professor of Epidemiology and Director of the Prevention Research Center, Saint Louis University School of Public Health

5/17/07

Community Evaluation in Tobacco Use Prevention and Control: Two States’ Perspectives

Michele Walsh, Ph.D

Associate Director, Evaluation, Research and Development Unit, Department of Psychology, University of Arizona

Richard Bowman, MA

Associate Director, Evaluation, Research and Development Unit, Department of Psychology, University of Arizona

Laura Beebe, Ph.D

Associate Professor, Department of Biostatistics and Epidemiology, University of Oklahoma

Rebekah Rhoades, MPH

Evaluation Coordinator, Department of Biostatistics and Epidemiology, University of Oklahoma

2/22/07

Making Evaluation Useful

Michael Quinn Patton

Author of Utilization-Focused Evaluation and Qualitative Research and Evaluation Methods

9/21/06

The Economics of Tobacco Control

Frank Chalupka

Professor, University of Illinois at Chicago; Director of the UIC Health Policy Center

6/29/06

A Sustainability Model for State Tobacco Control: Maintaining Program Effectiveness in Good Times and Bad

Doug Luke

Associate Professor of Community Health, Saint Louis University School of Public Health

3/9/06

The Use of Population Surveys for Evaluation in Tobacco Control: A Focus on Teen Smoking

John Pierce, PhD

The Sam M. Walton Professor for Cancer Research, University of California Cancer Center, San Diego

11/30/05

Cultural Competence And Health Evaluation

Karen Kirkhart, PhD

Professor, School of Social Work, College of Human Services and Health Professions Syracuse University

7/28/05

Resources For Strengthening Evaluations

Daniel Stufflebeam, PhD

Distinguished Professor and Harold and Beulah McKee Professor of Education,  Western Michigan University

4/28/05

What Every Evaluator Should Know About Training

Barbara Bichelmeyer, PhD

Associate Professor, Instructional Systems Technology, Indiana University - Bloomington, IN

12/8/04

Evaluating Clean Indoor Air Policies

Stephen Babb, MPH

Health Specialist, CDC, Office on Smoking and Health

Ursula Bauer, Ph.D., MPH

Director, New York State Department of Health Tobacco Control Program

Andrew Hyland, PhD

Associate Member, Department of Health Behaviors, Roswell Park Cancer Institute

7/29/04

State And Local Tobacco Control Evaluation Responsibilities: Building Local Evaluation Capacity

Ellen Taylor-Powell, Ph.D.

University of Wisconsin Extension Service

Catheryn Brue, MA

Former Director, Wisconsin Tobacco Control Program

April Roeseler, MSPH

Chief of Local Programs and Evaluation, Tobacco Control Section, California Department of Health Services

4/28/04

Considerations For Evaluating Quitlines

Corinne Husten, MD, MPH

Branch Chief, Epidemiology, CDC, Office on Smoking and Health

Donna Warner

Director, Planning and Program Development, Massachusetts Tobacco Program

Linda Bailey

Executive Director, North American Quitline Consortium of the American Legacy Foundation


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