Second Round Table Meeting

Innovations in Building Consumer Demand for Tobacco-Cessation Products and Services: Summary Paper, February 1-2, 2006

On February 1 and 2, 2006, an invited group of leading tobacco-cessation researchers, funders, policy-makers and practitioners gathered for the Second Roundtable on Innovations in Building Consumer Demand for Tobacco-Cessation Products and Services. These participants met for the first time in December 2005 at a session that sought primarily to build a common understanding of problems affecting the use of evidence-based tobacco-cessation products and services—that only 20 to 30 percent of smokers who want to quit use proven cessation aids. The proceedings of the second roundtable are outlined in this report.

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  • National Conference Report: Innovations in Building Consumer Demand for Tobacco-Cessation Products and Services

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