Tobacco Treatment and Prevention Reports

The MaineHealth Center for Tobacco Independence (CTI) is pleased to share developed reports and presentations highlighting projects that have been implemented.

2022 National Conference on Tobacco or Health Presentations:

The MaineHealth Center for Tobacco Independence is pleased to have 4 projects presented through oral or poster presentations at the National Conference on Tobacco or Health in June 2022.

  • Health System Uses Brief Trainings to Drive up Referrals for Tobacco Treatment: Poster, Learn More: Fact Sheet
  • Integrating Tobacco Treatment into LDCT Screening for Lung Cancer: Preliminary Findings from a Pilot Study
  • Modernizing a Quitline: Introducing the Maine QuitLink after 20 Years of the Maine Tobacco HelpLine: Poster, Learn More: Fact Sheet
  • Putting “Community” Back In To Community Needs Assessments: Poster

Quarterly Tobacco Prevention Infrastructure Reports

Statewide Report (January – March 2022)

Public Health District Level Reports (January – March 2022):

To receive copies of past Quarterly Tobacco Prevention Infrastructure Reports, please email [email protected].

Tobacco Prevention: Community Success Stories

Prevention of Initiation of Youth Tobacco Use

Reducing Exposure to Secondhand Smoke

Promoting Tobacco Treatment

To receive copies of past Success Stories, please email [email protected].

Additional Reports

Maine CDC and Partnerships for Health Report: Maine Prevention Services Implementation Indicators (2016-2019) – This report was developed by Partnerships For Health on behalf of Maine CDC. It follows the successful compilation of highlights (2016-2018). In addition to highlighting the domain-specific work, it includes a description of the strength of the Maine Prevention Services infrastructure.

Maine Prevention Services and Partnerships for Health Report: Exposure to Secondhand Smoke in the Home Evaluation FindingsPartnerships for Health, the contracted evaluator for the Maine Prevention Services Initiative tobacco prevention work, developed and implemented an evaluation study to assess property managers’ and tenants’ knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors towards smoke-free policies and to understand the challenges and successes that are part of the District Tobacco Prevention Partners work with property managers.

Maine Prevention Services and Partnerships for Health Maps: Engagement with MPS that Resulted in New or Strengthened Tobacco PoliciesPartnerships for Health, the contracted evaluator for the Maine Prevention Services Initiative tobacco prevention work, developed a series of maps highlighting policies that have been adopted under the Tobacco Prevention Services Initiative by District Tobacco Prevention Partners working with community organizations. Statewide maps highlight school districts, clinical sites, higher education institutions, housing properties, land governance, lodging and workplaces.