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  1. 1. ATODAlcohol, Tobacco, &Other Drugs Section2011 Program GuideScientific SessionsPoster SessionsSocial Events and More
  2. 2. The APHA Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other DrugsSection was established in 1985 with themission to: • Develop, foster and advocate for sound research, policy, and practice in the fields of ATOD epidemiology, prevention and treatment, and • Enhance communication concerning ATOD issues among Section members and the Section leaders, APHA members, and the broader health community.
  3. 3. About the ATOD SectionThe section has over 700 members, presents over 30scientific sessions at the annual meeting, and has becomea valuable source of expertise and current research for theATOD field.Currently the ATOD Section leadership includes more than30 volunteers who work to advance the Section’s missionfrom a broad range of perspectives including: AnnualMeeting program development, advocacy, social media andhealth communication, and a Student Poster Showcase andawards to bring public health students into ATOD researchand practice. The ATOD Section also recognizes publichealth excellence and contributions to the ATOD field withthe John Slade Memorial Advocacy Award, the LifetimeAchievement Award, College Leadership, and CommunityLeadership awards each year.The ATOD Section members and leaders are committed tocontinuing to build collaborative partnerships among publichealth experts from many perspectives including research,service, education, communication, and policy-making toprevent ATOD problems.Visit the ATOD Section at Booth #5082And connect with the ATOD Section online: APHA ATOD @APHA_ATOD
  4. 4. ATOD Sessions at a GlancePlease access the full description of ATOD sessions, includingthe title and authors of presentations, at or in the APHAMeeting Program.SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 20111:00 PM128.0 ATOD Business Meeting, Part I | WCC 143ASUNDAY, OCTOBER 30, 20119:00 AM159.0 ATOD Business Meeting, Part II | WCC 143A2:00 – 3:00 PM176.0 Welcome to the ATOD Section | WCC 150A All are welcome to attend this orientation to the ATOD Section.MONDAY, OCTOBER 31, 20118:30 AM3002.0 Alcohol’s Burden on the Community | WCC 150A3003.0 Community and National Interventions to Impact Substance Use among Youth | WCC 150B10:30 AM3081.0* AWARD: Student Poster Showcase3082.0* Domestic and International Perspectives Regarding Tobacco3082.1* Predictors and Outcomes of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drug Use Among Youth3111.0 The Future is Now: Other Tobacco Products | WCC 150A3112.0 A Picture’s Worth a Thousand Words: Cigarette Graphic Health Warnings | WCC 150B* Poster sessions located at WCC Exhibit Hall D/E
  5. 5. 12:30 PM3205.0 Substance Use Disorders: What have they done with my DSM IV? | WCC 150A3205.1 Bars, Booze, and Butts: the Interplay of Alcohol and Tobacco | WCC 144C3205.2 Burning Issues in Tobacco Policy | WCC 143C2:30 PM3306.0 Shining light on the Hidden Epidemic: Tobacco Use and Mental Health | WCC 150A3307.0 Health Reform: Dimensions in Behavioral Health WCC 150B4:30 PM3385.0* Binge Drinking: Assault on Youth3386.0* Clean Indoor Air Everywhere: Smoke-Free Environments3387.0* Overdose Prevention: Community-Based Factors Influencing Effectiveness3388.0* Prevention of Youth Alcohol Use to Improve the Health of Communities3389.0* Tobacco Free U: College Aged and Young Adults3412.0 Engaging the Underserved: Community-Based Tobacco Programs | WCC 150A3413.0 Injury: Consequences of Alcohol Use | WCC 150BTUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 20118:30 AM4004.0 The ONDCP National Drug Control Strategy: Moving to a Public Health Approach to Support Healthier Communities WCC 150A4005.0 Prescription Drug Abuse: Populations at Risk WCC 150B10:30 AM4081.0 Opioid Overdose Trends, Naloxone Policy and Program Progress to Yield Healthier Communities | WCC 150A4082.0 Accomplishments and Challenges in Tobacco Control: Local, State, and Federal Legislative and Legal Updates WCC 150B* Poster sessions located at WCC Exhibit Hall D/E
  6. 6. 12:30 PM4149.0* Alcohol’s Contribution to Health Disparities4150.0* Community Assessment and Prevention Interventions Related to Substance Abuse4151.0* Disparities in Tobacco Control4152.0* HIV, Hepatitis C, and Injecting Drug Use Across Diverse Populations and Settings4153.0* Improving Programs and Systems Capaciy: Management and Data Strategies4154.0* Predictors and Longitudinal Impacts: Substance Use in Mothers and Adolescents4155.0* Tobacco Cessation: Systems and Evaluation4156.0* Tobacco Policy Enactment, Implementation, and Evaluation4157.0* Tobacco Research: Geographic and Heavenly Perspectives4158.0* Tobacco Product, Pricing, and Promotion4178.0 NIATX: Quality Improvement Can Transform the Addiction Field | WCC 140A4179.0 Marketing Booze to Our Children Destroys Communities WCC 150B2:30 PM4245.0* Alcohol Issues in the Global Community4246.0* Across the Spectrum of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drug Use4247.0* Cross-Cutting Issues in Tobacco Control: Domestic and International4248.0* Opioid Treatment: Patients, Providers, Services, and Needs4249.0* Prescription Drug Abuse: Special Populations and Perceptions4250.0* Social Impacts and Societal Determinants of Substance Use Disorders4251.0* Tobacco Maketing, Messaging, and Beliefs4252.0* Youth Drinking: Prevention and Policy4253.0* Youth Tobacco Prevention Policies4270.0 Binge Drinking: A Community Problem | WCC 150A4271.0 Medication Assisted Treatment: Innovative Findings and Practices | WCC 150B* Poster sessions located at WCC Exhibit Hall D/E
  7. 7. 4:30 PM4367.0 Bad for Babies --- Alcohol, Tobacco, and Drug Use by Moms | WCC 150A4368.0 Don’t Catch My Drift: Smoke-Free Multi Unit Dwellings WCC 150B4369.0 Predictors of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drug Use in Our Youth | WCC 140B6:30 PM330.0 ATOD Reception and Awards Ceremony | WCC 146C All are welcome, light refreshments will be servedWEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 20118:30 AM5026.0 SBIRT: Sreening Partnerships Build Healthier Communities | WCC 150A5027.0 Controlling Tobacco at the Point of Sale | WCC 150B10:30 AM5095.0 Alcohol Policy: Products, Price and Placement: Impact on the Community | WCC 150A5096.0 The 4th Decade: Where Are We with HIV and Drug Use WCC 150B12:30 PM5156.0 Evaluation of Population-Based Cessation Techniques WCC 150A5157.0 Social Context, Legalization, and Other Public Policies Effect on Substance Use Disorders Outcomes | WCC 150B* Poster sessions located at WCC Exhibit Hall D/E
  8. 8. You’re Invited!ATOD Awards Ceremony & ReceptionTuesday, November 16:30 pm - 8:00 pmWCC 146CJoin the ATOD Section for an evening of networking andsocializing as we celebrate the year’s events and ourdistinguished awardees. Light refreshments will be served.ATOD Student Poster AwardsThe ATOD Student Poster Awards are given annually by theATOD Section. Students who submitted and were accepted topresent posters in the Student Poster Showcase sessions will beconsidered for the Best ATOD Student Poster Awards. Awardswill be announced and presented at the Tuesday eveningawards ceremony. All are welcome to attend.Student posters will be displayed in Session 3081.0 in WCCExhibit Hall D/E on Monday at 10:30 am.
  9. 9. 2011 ATOD Award Winners Donald Zeigler, PhD Section Leadership Award Recognizes an ATOD Section member who has made significant contributions to the ATOD Section and the field. Laura Gerald, MD, MPH Community-Based Leadership Acknowledges leadership in community- based ATOD programs that affect the community environment. Kathleen Young, PhD College-Based Leadership Award Signifies outstanding effort in a college-based campaign to reduce alcohol, tobacco or other drug use among college-age students. Carol McDaid, MA John D. Slade, MD Memorial Advocacy Award Acknowledges the work of an individual who has demonstrated leadership, resourcefulness and passion in organizing and completing a policy-related campaign in the ATOD field. Jasjit Ahluwalia, MD Lifetime Achievement Recognizes an individual who has had a long and distinguished career in the ATOD field and has also provided a lifetime of significant contributions.
  10. 10. Meet the ATOD Section’s LeadershipChair Governing Councilor (Outgoing)Linda Bosma Thomas tgreenfield@arg.orgChair Elect Governing Councilor (Incoming)Cynthia Hallett Sean sean.j.haley@gmail.comImmediate Past Chair Previous Section Chair &Ann Mahony Previous Governing Bob Vollinger bob.vollinger@nih.govSecretary & Program GuideAmanda French APHA Action Vanessa Miller planetmars4@att.netProgram Chair (Outgoing)Lawrence Brown APHA Publications Board Norman Giesbrecht Norman_Giesbrecht@camh.netSection Councilor & Program Chair(Second Term; Incoming) APHA Publications BoardLinda Frazier Jen jjuras@yli.orgSection Councilor & APHA Trade and Health ForumMarketing Chair Donald ZeiglerApril Brubach Student AssemblySection Councilor & Justin ByronFundraising Chair mbyron@jhsph.eduAmber Thornton Program Committee & Continuing Education Credits CoordinatorSection Councilor, Social Media/Web- Steven Kritzsite Chair, Student Poster Awards Chair skritz@artcny.orgAndrea Social Events Coordinator Carol SchmittSection Councilor & Health Reform cschmitt@rti.orgWorkgroup CoordinatorKathye Gorosh ATOD Booth Lt. Brandon Johnson brandon.johnson@samhsa.hhs.govSection Councilor (Outgoing)Deborah McLellan Alcohol Policy Dinner Johnnetta Davis-Joyce davis@pire.orgSection Councilor (Incoming)Toben Nelson Newsletter MeeLee Kim mlkim@brandeis.eduGoverning CouncilorKris Bosworth Listserv Mary Brolin brolin@brandeis.eduGoverning CouncilorKatherine Smith Membership open contact aphalinda@bosmaconsulting.comGoverning Councilor & if interestedAwards ChairAndré
  11. 11. Join Us!The ATOD Section strongly encourages member participation. Got a story to share? Submit a newsletter article for review and consideration. Want to contribute to the 2012 Program? Become an Abstract Reviewer. Feel passionately about an ATOD issue? Let us know your area of expertise, submit your policy and/or advocacy suggestions, or join us on our Capitol Hill visits.Contact ATOD Section Chair, Linda Bosma, at or go online at: to getinvolved.How to Join the How to Support theATOD Section ATOD SectionYou can join or renew your You can make a tax deductibleAPHA membership online donation to ATOD Section byat completing APHA’s Sectionmembership. Whether you are Donation Form found atjoining as a new member or your membership, membergroups/sections/you can select up to three aphasections/atod. Email theSection or SPIG affiliations ATOD Section Fundraisingat the bottom of the on-line Chair at atodamber@gmail.form. We hope you will choose com if you have any questionsATOD as your primary Section, about making a personal or anor you can add ATOD as a organizational contribution tosecondary for an additional further the important work of$30/year. If you have any the Section.difficulty joining or renewingyour APHA membership online,send an e-mail
  12. 12. Stay Connected with the ATOD SectionLike us at “APHA ATOD”Here you can find out about timely events, reports, and newsthat is going on with the Section and that our Section membersare working on. You can also offer comments on our updatesor add your own updates and feedback! Lastly, you can seepictures of our members from meetings on our fan page. Signon and be part of the conversation today!@APHA_ATODThe ATOD Section would not thrive without your input and aneasy way for you to get involved and stay engaged is to followus on twitter. If you follow us, not only will you keep up withwhat we’re doing in the Section, but you can help spread theword by retweeting important news to all of your followers inthe twitosphere.
  13. 13. our website, we post relevant news and information. We’realways looking for current content and ways to improve thewebsite, so we welcome your insights.Join the ATOD Section members listerv to receive the Sectionnewsletter and other late-breaking news. Contact Mary Brolinat or by stopping by the ATOD Sectionbooth #5082.
  14. 14. Notes
  15. 15. NotesThank you to those who supporteddevelopment of the 2011 ATOD SectionProgram GuideFDA/Center for Tobacco Products (CTP)Protecting our kids and the nation’s health from tobaccoVisit CTP at Booth #4116Follow CTP on twitter at: @FDATobacco Leadership InstituteBuilding communities that invest in youthhttp://www.yli.orgAndré Morand
  16. 16. Thank you to theATOD Section’s Sponsors AGM Public Health Alcohol Justice Alcohol Research Group American Medical Association Bosma Consulting Danya International Food and Drug Administration, Center for Tobacco Products Legacy National Cancer Institute, Tobacco Control Research Branch Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation Pinney Associates Public Health Institute Youth Leadership InstituteAlso, thank you to those sponsors who donated after ourearly-October print date.If you or your organization are interested in making adonation to ATOD for 2012 activities, please email ATOD’sfundraising chair at