Advocates for the Next Frontier in Smokeless Tobacco"
6 - 8, 2013
University of Montana - Missoula, Montana
Download "Call for
National Steering Committee invites your participation in helping to
advance leadership, research, and programs aimed at reducing the threat
posed by the use of smokeless and spit tobacco products. Currently, the
Summit is the only national conference devoted to sharing the science and
solutions on the smokeless tobacco problem. The Summit will be held on the
University of Montana campus and will provide an open forum to discuss a
variety of key aspects which define the health and social implications of
using smokeless and spit tobacco products.
for Abstract Submissions:
- All abstracts should be submitted via the On-line Abstract Submission
- Create an on-line profile to include basic contact
information and a Presenter Bio.
- Abstracts should address at least ONE of the main
conference topic areas.
- Abstracts should contain a TITLE, DESCRIPTION, a
minimum of 3 LEARNING OBJECTIVES, and at least 1 RECOMMENDED ACTION
participants can take post-conference as a result of attending the
- Recommended actions should indicate how the
proposed/included content can be used by conference attendees to
connect with necessary resources, communicate with priority
populations and/or offer specific actions to be taken to more
confidently address the smokeless and spit tobacco challenge.
- Abstracts should be written in non-technical
language, as practical.
- The Abstract DESCRIPTION should be limited to 500
words or less.
- Abstracts will be judged on originality, clarity
of thought and writing, relevance to a main conference focus area,
practical application, and timeliness.
Conference Committee will accept abstract submissions of the following
1) Oral Presentation
2) Poster Presentation
3) Special Session
Conference Topic Areas:
submitted for oral, poster and special sessions should address ONE of the
following primary conference topics areas. Abstracts should focus on
smokeless and spit tobacco topics, not tobacco in general (for example, no
smoking or e-cigarette topics)
- Policy & Environmental Change Solutions
- Priority Population Interventions
- Patient Education & Treatment
- Youth Empowerment & Advocacy
- Research & Dissemination of Findings
- Campus & Employer-Based Interventions
- Promising Practices in Community-Based Interventions
- Communications & Social Marketing
- Program Management
the conference webpage
for more information.
Mikel Robinson at (406) 546-8584 or firstname.lastname@example.org if
you have any questions.
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