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The 13th World Conference on Tobacco OR Health

Building capacity for a tobacco-free world

July 12-15, 2006, Washington, DC, USA


Thursday, July 13, 2006

12:00 PM-1:30 PM
  13: Poster Session - Thursday (Poster)

1:30 PM-3:00 PM
  19: Addressing Tobacco Use in the Context of Comorbidity (Proffered papers)
  20: Gradual Cessation Via NRT: New Data on Efficacy, Acceptability and UK Implementation (Proffered papers)
  21: Identifying and Addressing Disparities (Proffered papers)
  22: Patterns of Tobacco Use and Cessation (Proffered papers)
  23: The Risk of Tobacco: Global and Regional Estimates (Proffered papers)
  24: Tobacco Cessation in Patient Care Settings (Proffered papers)
  25: Youth Tobacco Prevention Interventions (Proffered papers)

3:30 PM-5:00 PM
  54: Descriptive Studies of Youth Smoking (Proffered papers)
  55: Exposure to Secondhand Smoke: Predictors, Measures, and Interventions (Proffered papers)
  56: Fighting Tobacco Industry Influence in the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community: the California Model (Proffered papers)
  57: Nicotine Exposure During Pregnancy: How Does it Relate to Later Behavioral Problems? (Proffered papers)
  58: Reaching Urban and High-Risk Youth Populations with Branding (Proffered papers)
  59: Secondhand Smoke Exposure Among Women and Children (Proffered papers)
  60: Tobacco Research: Capacity, Methodology, and Ethics (Proffered papers)
  61: Tobacco Use and Cessation Among Young Adults (Proffered papers)
  62: Tools and Methods for Measurement (Proffered papers)
Friday, July 14, 2006

12:00 PM-1:30 PM
  102: Poster Session - Friday (Poster)

1:30 PM-3:00 PM
  109: A Decade of Progress: Celebrating the 1996 United States Clinical Practice Guideline on treating tobacco dependence (Proffered papers)
  110: Correlates of Youth Smoking (Proffered papers)
  111: Smoking Cessation: Diverse Perspectives (Proffered papers)
  112: Women and Tobacco: Studies From Around the World (Proffered papers)

3:30 PM-5:00 PM
  144: Communicating Risk and Building Success for Tobacco Prevention in the Workplace A multi-cultural view (Proffered papers)
  145: Health Care Providers and Quitlines Join Forces (Proffered papers)
  146: Innovative Approaches to Cessation (Proffered papers)
  147: Media Promotion from Down Under (Proffered papers)
  148: The Means and Utility of Providing Free NRT (Proffered papers)
Saturday, July 15, 2006

8:30 AM-10:00 AM
  182: Behavioral Interventions for Diverse Populations (Proffered papers)
  183: Cross-Fertilization: Tobacco Control and Chronic Disease (Proffered papers)
  184: Improving the Capacity of Governments and NGOs to Develop and Implement Effective Smoking Cessation Campaigns: Country-Specific Case Studies (Proffered papers)
  185: Project Quit Tobacco International (Proffered papers)
  186: Results from the ITC Four Country Survey (Proffered papers)
  187: Tobacco Cessation on the Internet (Proffered papers)
  188: Toward More Effective Social Marketing Campaigns (Proffered papers)
  189: Youth Tobacco Cessation Interventions (Proffered papers)

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