14 Blog Post: Celebrating 20 Years of Quitline History with 20 Questions About our Future
Monday, July 30, 2012
Posted by: Natalia Gromov
What ongoing research is most likely to advance quitlines and the cessation agenda?
Okay – so it’s been a while since our last post. Time flies when you’re having fun planning a conference! You may remember that our goal was to explore 20 questions and we are on question number 14. With just weeks to go before we meet in Kansas City, we have four more posts to go! Questions 18, 19 and 20 will be revealed and answered in NAQC’s Vision Café!
For question 14 we turned to Dr. Susan Zbikowski. Dr. Zbikowski is Senior Vice President of Research, Training & Evaluation at Alere Wellbeing and has extensively studied and published and presented research on technology enhanced treatments for tobacco cessation. Specifically we wanted to know her thoughts onongoing research that is most likely to advance quitlines and the cessation agenda. Thankfully, she had this to share...
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