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2010 Surveillance and Evaluation Webinar Archive

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Date

Title

Presenters

Affiliation

12/8/10

Evaluating the Impact of Clean Indoor Air Laws on Heart Attack Hospitalization Rates
 
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Harlan Juster, PhD

New York State Department of Health

10/20/10

The State Tobacco Activities Tracking and Evaluation (STATE) System: New Features and Data
 
(Webinar)

Allison Mac Neil

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Kimp Walton

10/14/10

State Technical Assistance Call: National Quitline Data Warehouse Webinar Training
 
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Henraya McGruder, PhD

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Office on Smoking and Health

Lei Zhang, PhD

9/16/10

Tobacco Industry Monitoring: Expert Recommendations
 
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Erika Fulmer, MHA

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Office on Smoking and Health

Todd Rogers, PhD

Public Health Institute

Kimberly Snyder, MPH

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Office on Smoking and Health

8/19/10

Evaluating Media Campaigns
 
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Jason Siegel, PhD

Claremont Graduate University School of Behavioral and Organizational Sciences

Eusebio Alvaro, PhD

7/15/10

Ready, Set...Evaluate
 
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Frances D. Butterfoss, PhD, MSEd

President, Coalitions Work

6/17/10

Communities Putting Prevention to Work – Surveillance and Evaluation Highlights
 
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Ralph Caraballo, PhD

Chief, Epidemiology Branch, Office on Smoking and Health, Center for Disease Control and Prevention

5/13/10

State Highlights 2010: What Surveillance and Evaluation Staff Need to Know
 
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Nicole Kuiper, MPH

Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Office on Smoking and Health, Epidemiology Branch

René Arrazola, MPH

The Tobacco Control State Highlights 2010 report was released in late April 2010. A Surveillance and Evaluation supplement that will provide more information to help surveillance and evaluation staff understand and better use the report will be released on the OSH website by the end of June. This net conference highlighted the supplement report to help inform state and territory staff about its utility.

4/15/10

Making Working Together Work - Evaluating and Improving Organizational Collaboration
 
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Rebecca Woodland, Ph.D

University of Massachusetts, Amherst

1/21/10

The NATS
What is it?
And how can I use it?

 
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Marti Engstrom

CDC Office on Smoking and Health

Peter Mariolis

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