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This webcast is the fourth presentation in our 5-part series on Georgia’s health priorities. This presentation will focus on tobacco in Georgia.
Dr. Tim McAfee, Director of CDC's Office of Smoking and Health presents the national perspective on tobacco control, including on the recently released Surgeon General's Report and newly revised evidence-based best practices. Dr. Jean O'Connor, Director of Health Promotion and Disease Prevention in the Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) discusses progress on Georgia's continuing and emerging strategies to prevent tobacco use and help people in Georgia to quit, including data on the efficacy of and opportunities around expansion of Georgia's Tobacco Quitline; progress toward tobacco-free schools; and, tools and resources for tobacco-free colleges and universities.
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