Events

Our experts regularly attend health management events and speak on research affecting the best smoking cessation programs. We look forward to connecting with you at these upcoming conferences.

How Online Communities Can Transform Employee Health | Society for Human Resource Management

Senior Vice President Amanda Graham, Ph.D., joins Colleen Young, community director of Mayo Clinic Connect, and Todd Nilson, head of consultancy at FeverBee, to discuss what works with online communities for effective engagement in healthy actions. Register now to learn:

  • Pivotal ways that online communities support organizations to achieve company goals
  • Key considerations for online communities to effectively engage employees in healthy actions
  • The essential framework for online communities to help tobacco users quit 

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Eliminate Tobacco Use Summit | University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center

Houston, Texas | April 24-25, 2018

 

Breaking Barriers: Disruptive Innovation in Healthcare and Benefits  | Midwest Business Group on Health

Chicago, Ill. | May 2-3, 2018

 

Online Communities: Kickstarting Engagement to Improve Employee Health | WorldatWork 2018 Total Rewards Conference

Megan Jacobs, MPH, lead of Integrated Product Design, will discuss the essential framework for online communities to help tobacco users quit. She will co-present with Colleen Young, community director of Mayo Clinic Connect, as she shares what works (and what doesn't) when it comes to using online communities to support effective health management. 

Grapevine, Texas | May 23, 2018

 

25th Annual Nicotine Dependence Conference | Mayo Clinic

Senior Vice President Amanda Graham, Ph.D., will speak on “Digital Interventions for Smoking Cessation: Can They Really Help the Smokers You Work With?”

Rochester, Minn. | May 21-23, 2018

 

Employers Driving Value: Emerging Best Practices | Greater Philadelphia Business Coalition on Health

Philadelphia, Pa. | June 5, 2018

 

Previous events

Annual Meeting 2018  | Society for Behavioral Medicine

Methodologist Michael S. Amato, Ph.D., will present “Twelve Million Smokers Look Online for Smoking Cessation Help Annually: Health Information National Trends Survey (HINTS) data, 2005-2017.”

New Orleans, La. April 12, 2018

 

Annual Meeting 2018 | Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco

Senior Vice President Amanda Graham, Ph.D., and Methodologist Michael S. Amato, Ph.D., will lead a symposium on “Leveraging User Data from Online Cessation Interventions: Novel Analytic Approaches to Improve Effectiveness and Reach.” 

Baltimore, Md. | Feb. 22, 2018

 

12th Annual Best Practices Conference  | Maryland Quitting Use and Initiation of Tobacco Resource Center

Senior Vice President Amanda Graham, Ph.D., presented “Online Cessation Interventions: Adult and Youth Engagement.”

Ellicott City, Md. Jan. 18, 2018

 

2nd Annual National Convening: The Military Caregiver Journey | Elizabeth Dole Foundation

Senior Vice President Amanda Graham, Ph.D., spoke on “Helping Military Caregivers Quit Tobacco.”

Washington, D.C. Nov. 13, 2017

 

The Connected Life Journey: Shaping Health and Wellness for Every Generation | Connected Health Conference

Director of Client Success Jessie Saul spoke as part of a panel discussion on “Applying Digital Tools to Personal and Public Health.”

Boston, Mass. Oct. 17, 2017

 

Advancing Quitline Practice through Innovations and Research | North American Quitline Consortium Conference 2017

Lead of Integrated Product Design Megan Jacobs presented “Mobile Apps vs. Mobile Web for Cessation.” 

Austin, Texas March 20, 2017

 

Annual Meeting 2017 | Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco

Methodologist Michael S. Amato, Ph.D., presented “A Prospective Investigation of Online Social Network Dynamics and Abstinence.”

Florence, Italy March 11, 2017                                          

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