is a learning organization and offers a variety of services to its members,
including: one-on-one technical assistance, peer-to-peer learning and
educational webinars; opportunities to collaborate and network; a variety of
member communications and online resources to keep you informed about quitline
research and best practices, cessation and tobacco control; in-person
conferences focused on issues of importance to members; and advocacy on behalf
To learn more about ways you can participate in NAQC, please review the
Learn About NAQC & Membership Structure
The North American Quitline Consortium (NAQC) is the only organization
dedicated to the promotion and development of evidence-based quitline
services in North America. By bringing quitline partners together—including
state and provincial quitline administrators, researchers, quitline service
providers, and national organizations in the United States and Canada—NAQC
helps facilitate shared learning and encourages a better understanding of
quitline operations, promotions, and effectiveness to enhance overall quitline
NAQC’s membership is a great investment in advancing your careers as well as ensuring sustainability of your
quitline programs and staying on the cutting edge of best practices, research
findings, and technological advancements. Find out more about the membership
structure and benefits by visiting the membership
Attend NAQC Webinar Series
Since 2004 NAQC has used conference call and webinar technology to offer members and partners an opportunity to dialogue with colleagues and experts from across North America on critical quitline-related topics.
Webinars in the 2015 series focus on learning from current literature and practice. NAQC will offer four webinars as part of this series Learn more about the upcoming calls by visiting the webinar series page.
Subscribe to Receive NAQC Monthly Issue of
Please note that our monthly e-newsletter, Connection, designed to
keep quitline community connected to timely information about tobacco
control, research, and upcoming events in the quitline community, is
complimentary and is available to non-members. Click here to be added to our distribution list.
Contribute to Connections
Attend In-person Conferences
like to share a resource or information about an opportunity with NAQC members
and partners? NAQC publishes a monthly e-newsletter,Connections,
which is distributed to over 400 members of the quitline community and partners
in North America. We encourage our members and partners to take advantage of Connections
to disseminate their resources to the NAQC audience. For information, contact
NAQC Conferences aim to provide members and partners the opportunity to
exchange and disseminate the latest research, information and practices
related to the promotion and delivery of quitline services. NAQC's
Conferences takes place as an ancillary meeting to the National Conference on
Tobacco or Health. Learn more here.
Become a NAQC Member
We invite you to
become a part of this vibrant community of practice today! To apply for
membership and for additional information please visit the membership
page or contact firstname.lastname@example.org 800-398-5489 ext. 707.
RESOURCES FOR MEMBERS
Become a Corporate Roundtable Delegate
Membership in NAQC is
limited to organizations that are engaged in quitline work. However, the
Corporate Roundtable provides an opportunity for organizations to be kept
updated on the progress of quitlines and to engage in a dialogue on issues of
importance to quitlines and cessation. By becoming a delegate to the
Corporate Roundtable, your organization can directly contribute to NAQC’s
impact and influence on cessation services. Learn more here.
on NAQC Board, Advisory Council or Working Groups
NAQC offers a variety of opportunities for members to participate in work
groups on topics of interest or expertise. In addition, NAQC offers
leadership opportunities on its Advisory Council (with a focus on improving
quality and setting standards for the quitline community) and its Board of
Directors (with a focus on governance and business practices). Learn more about the Board here.
Learn more about the Advisory Council here and contact NAQC@naquitline.org with any questions.
To learn more about the current and upcoming workgroups, please contact NAQC@naquitline.org.