Connecting to Care – How to Leverage Quitlines to Better Support Your Clients, co-hosted by NBHN
Professor of Psychiatry, University of Colorado, School of Medicine
Chad Morris, PhD is a Professor at the University of Colorado Denver, Department of Psychiatry, and Director of the Behavioral Health & Wellness Program and interdisciplinary Wellness Leadership Institute. At UCD, he is the principal investigator of multiple studies exploring the effectiveness of organizational, psychosocial, and pharmacologic tobacco control and wellness strategies across the age range. As the Vice President of Spark Inspiration, Dr. Morris also offers corporate wellness solutions. Dr. Morris has provided clinical, public policy and program evaluation consultation across 30 states and internationally. He serves on a number of boards, including the North American Quitline Consortium.
Program and Policy Analyst, Behavioral Health and Wellness Program, University of Colorado
Jim Pavlik, MA serves as a Program and Policy Analyst for the Behavioral Health & Wellness Program (BHWP) and has over ten years of public health experience specifically in communications and policy analysis. He has worked for community advocacy organizations, community mental health centers, the Indiana Department of Health, and U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Before joining BHWP, his work focused on international drug policy, as well as the social determinants of health, especially for low-SES populations and immigrant and refugee communities. Pavlik acts as BHWP’s internal process evaluator for the BHWP training and technical assistance teaching arm.
Explain how incentives like low-cost nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) can help high-risk populations quit smoking and increase successful attempt to quit tobacco.
Assess potential costs and benefits of supplementing quitline services with financial incentives and mailing nicotine patches to Medicaid smokers.
Identify best practices to motivate patients to increase use of quitline services for successful tobacco cessation.
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Christine Cheng, Brian Clark, Dana Lange, Margaret Jaco Manecke, MSSW, Jennifer Matekuare, Chad D. Morris, PhD, Ma Krisanta Pamatmat, MPH, Jim Pavlik, MA, Jessica Safier, MA, , Catherine Saucedo, Steven A. Schroeder, MD, Samara Tahmid, Taslim van Hattum, LCSW, MPH, and Aria Yow, MA.
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