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Town Hall Teleconference

Adult Smoking in the U.S.
Tuesday, September 13, 2011
2:00 – 3:00 PM EST


Time Agenda Item Speaker(s)
2:00pm Welcome & Introduction

Greg Holzman, MD, MPH
Deputy Director, OSTLTS, CDC

2:02pm Speaker Introductions

Mamie Jennings Mabery, MA, MLn
Knowledge Management Branch, OSTLTS

2:04pm Vital Signs Overview

Terry F. Pechacek, PhD
Associate Director for Science, Office on Smoking and Health, CDC

2:10 pm Presentations

Jeffrey Willett, PhD
Research Scientist, New York State Department of Health
Director, New York Tobacco Control Program

Karen DeLeeuw, MSW
Director, Center for Healthy Living and Chronic Disease Prevention,
Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment

2:30pm Q&A and Discussion

Mamie Jennings Mabery, MA, MLn

2:55pm Wrap–up Greg Holzman, MD, MPH
3:00pm End of call

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How to Participate

You can attend the monthly Vital Signs town hall teleconference by calling the bridgeline below. Participants will be able to ask questions during the Q&A period. Please note, the PowerPoint presentation will be posted to this  page just prior to the call. For questions about the town hall, please contact Nitesh Parmar.

For Audio Only Participation:
Step 1) Dial in (USA only): 800-857-0764
Step 2) Enter participant passcode: 795-4413

Assistance for all Participants:
For assistance during the call press *0 at anytime to speak with the operator

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