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The Use of Quitlines Among Priority Populations in the U.S.: Lessons from the Scientific Evidence!

Dear <<First Name>>,

NAQC’s new issue paper, The Use of Quitlines Among Priority Populations in the U.S.: Lessons from the Scientific Evidence, is a systematic review of the scientific evidence regarding cessation services to priority populations (African Americans/blacks (AA/B), American Indian and Alaska Natives (AI/AN), Asian American and Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islanders (API), Hispanic/Latinos (H/L), the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community, and individuals of low socioeconomic status (low SES)) with a specific focus on the use, effectiveness and promotion of quitlines. The review attempts to provide lessons learned from the scientific evidence in order to better inform decision making within quitlines.

We hope that you will take time to review this important resource and contact NAQC should you have any questions related to the content.
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Listening Sessions to Assess Barriers Impacting Most on Reach and Quality: A Report of Findings
In order to ensure that NAQC has a broad understanding of the various and complex issues surrounding quitline services to each of the specific populations from the perspectives of those who serve these populations, the project started with a round of six listening sessions – one session per population. The results of the listening sessions highlighted in this report are meant to represent the diversity of opinions expressed, rather than the prevalence of opinions.
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