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Research Update: National Partnership on Behavioral Health and Tobacco Use CD

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In 2016 the National Partnership on Behavioral Health and Tobacco Use, led by the American Cancer Society and the University of California, San Francisco, set a goal to reduce smoking among adults with mental illnesses and/or substance use disorders to 30% by the year 2020. This goal would prevent an estimated one million deaths. The most recent National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) shows that the smoking rate among those populations has now dropped to 30.5%. This session will describe this national partnership and discuss its action plan, which consists of multiple strategies that fall into six categories: peer education, policy changes, provider education and implementation, systems change, communications, and innovation. Cliff Douglas, JD; Vice President for Tobacco Control, American Cancer Society; Adjunct Professor, University of Michigan School of Public Health; Ann Arbor, MI
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