3006.3: Monday, November 13, 2000: 12:30 PM-2:00 PM

Online Drug Information: Data and Information Delivered Over the Web

The Web is increasingly being used to collect data and provide access to drug and tobacco information. In this session speakers provide information on online screening instruments used in primary care settings, demonstrate how they provide users of their Website with alcohol-and-drug(AOD)-related mortality and fertility data and other data, and use that data to create maps, provide methods of providing online information and resources about tobacco to empower youth, and, deliver smoking cessation programs to the worksite
See individual abstracts for presenting author's disclosure statement.
Learning Objectives: Refer to the individual abstracts for learning objectives
Facilitator(s):Laura C. Larsson, MLS
12:30 PMWelcoming Remarks
12:35 PMReliability and validity of online drug problem screen
Jeffrey A. Hoffman, PhD, Susanna Nemes, PhD, Richard D. Landis, MA, Kristen Holtz, MA, Christine Zeiler, MA
12:55 PMTobacco, the Internet and college/youth advocacy
Kimberly Weich Reusché, BS, Dean A. Hallberg, MS, Dan Perales, PhD
1:15 PMAn evaluation of an interactive Web-based smoking cessation program
L. Suzanne Suggs, MSc, CHES, John Noell, PhD, Lynne Swartz, MPH, CHES, Khaya Clark, MA, Tamar Valencia
1:35 PMDiscussion
Sponsor:APHA-Technology Center
Cosponsors:Community Health Planning and Policy Development

The 128th Annual Meeting of APHA