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Accelerating Tobacco Endgame Strategies in the United States: September 19-20 in Boston

Thursday, June 5th, 2014


On September 19-20, 2014, the Public Health Advocacy Institute, in conjunction with the Tobacco Control Legal Consortium and Northeastern University School of Law will host a conference for advocates, “50 Years After the Surgeon General’s Report: Accelerating Tobacco Endgame Strategies in the United States.” This meeting will provide a blueprint to identify laws, regulations and policies that can:

See the program agenda (pdf)

Speakers will include exceptional tobacco control researchers and policy leaders sharing both evidence-based best practices and bold new practices that comprise a true endgame for tobacco products. Confirmed speakers include:

                      Stan Glantz           hallettjpg Cynthia Hallett

                      Ken Warner          Frank Chaloupka

                     Ruth Malone          AJ Berrick

             David Sweanor        Meg Riordan

           Dick Daynard         Mark Gottlieb

                       Doug Blanke          Dorothy Hatsukami

 Jonathan P. Winickoff          Shane K. Bradbrook

and a special message from:
Rear Admiral  Boris D. Lushniak, M.D., M.P.H.

This meeting, the first of its kind in the United States, will highlight federal, state and local actions that will lead to an end to tobacco-caused addiction, death and disease in this country.

Re-imagining tobacco control as a means to truly end a public health problem that still kills more than 400,000 Americans each year is the next chapter in the movement that began 50 years ago when Surgeon General Luther Terry released the first Report on Smoking and Health.

The conference will be held September 19-20 (Fri-Sat) at Northeastern University School of Law in Boston, MA.

The meeting will be held in Dockser Hall (directions). Please review parking and directions.

Our block of rooms at the Colonnade has sold out.  However, there are several hotels very close to our campus that may still have availability:

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