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“Coffee Break” Call: Using Telephone Quitlines to Treat Youth Smokers
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6/9/2011
When: June 9, 2011
2:00-2:30 p.m. Eastern/11:00-11:30 a.m. Pacific
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Who Can Attend?


This call series is targeted at NAQC members and non-members who have an interest in quitline-related research and evaluation. The group will meet regularly by conference call or webinar. Meetings will serve as an informal forum to discuss current, upcoming, and potential quitline-related research. One of the primary functions is to facilitate communication and interaction between researchers, as well as to create and support connections between researchers and quitlines.

How Do I Get More Information?


If you would like to receive information and updates about participating in this call series, or to remove your name from the mailing list for the call series, please contact Jessie Saul via e-mail.

 

What will be covered during this call?


Using Telephone Quitlines to Treat Youth Smokers.
Art Peterson
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

Quitlines have a long-standing goal and interest in continuing to extend smoking cessation services to reach more smokers. An obstacle has been the limited scientific evidence for effectiveness of smoking cessation interventions specifically geared toward youth. Collaborating with 50 high schools, the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center recently completed a large (n=2,151) long-term randomized trial to evaluate proactive telephone counseling (1) for reaching youth, and (2) for effecting cessation1,2. In this presentation, Art Peterson of the FHCRC will describe the trial and its results. The favorable results for both reach and effectiveness may present a possible new opportunity for quitlines to further extend quitline services to youth and young adults.

(1) Peterson AV, Kealey KA, Mann SL, Marek PM, Ludman EJ, Liu J, Bricker JB. Group-Randomized Trial of a Proactive, Personalized Telephone Counseling Intervention for Adolescent Smoking Cessation. Journal of the National Cancer Institute, 2009;101(20), 1378-1392. (2) Kealey KA, Ludman EJ, Marek PM, Mann SL, Bricker JB, Peterson AV. Design and Implementation of an Effective Telephone Counseling Intervention for Adolescent Smoking Cessation. Journal of the National Cancer Institute, 2009;101(20), 1393-1405.

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