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May 03, 2022

Eliminate Tobacco Use at National Association of Student Personnel Administrators 2022 Conference

Jennifer Cofer, director of the EndTobacco Program at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, recently led a session titled “A Framework for Institutions of Higher Education to Eliminate Tobacco Use” at the 2022 Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education (NASPA) Annual Conference.

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Oct 12, 2021

This Is Quitting: Free Materials and Resources to Help Students Quit Vaping

The University of Texas MD Anderson Center partnered with Truth Initiative to offer free communication materials for Texas institutions of higher education to help students quit vaping. This is Quitting materials feature the VAPEFREETX texting line where campus community members aged 13-24 can get free text-based support. Outside Texas, youth can receive support by texting DITCHVAPE.

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Apr 07, 2021

Double Duty: Promoting Physical Activity and Tobacco-Free Policy with UTSA’s New Campus Signage

University of Texas San Antonio Roadrunners have a lot to be proud of. Having a strong culture of being tobacco-free since 2013 is among them.

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Jan 08, 2021

Tobacco-Free TCU

Texas Christian University (TCU) continues efforts to support the success of their students by creating a healthy campus environment that is tobacco free.

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Nov 19, 2020

Bystander Intervention Tools for Tobacco-Free Policy Violations

The Eliminate Tobacco Use Missouri Initiative hosted tobacco control advocates from Missouri and partners from around the country for a Tobacco Bystander Intervention webinar on November 19, 2020 in honor of Eliminate Tobacco Use Day.

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Sep 28, 2020

Strengthening Clinical Cessation Protocols With Referral to Quitxt

UT Health San Antonio’s University Health System (UHS) Robert B. Green Campus Family Health Clinic and the General Medicine Clinic are the sites of a new tobacco screening and intervention protocol intended to connect more of the clinics’ underserved and low-income patients to cessation resources.

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