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All 14 institutions of The University of Texas System are now tobacco-free, making it the first public university system in Texas to become fully tobacco-free, as well as the largest single employer in Texas to prohibit tobacco use in the workplace.

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Dear colleagues,

We are pleased to present the second impact report of the UT System Eliminate Tobacco Use Initiative. This initiative grew out of a desire to lead and influence statewide and national tobacco control efforts. After focusing our attention inward during the first year, we invited other public and private universities to join our efforts towards creating a tobacco-free culture.

The purpose of this report is to describe the accomplishments and impact of the initiative in its second year of operation. We provide details of each institution’s tobacco-free policies, educational activities and cessation services. We also highlight innovative strategies that can be shared among institutions of higher education to accelerate tobacco control efforts state-wide and nationally.


 
The human suffering and financial costs due to the continued use of tobacco are undeniable. Yet, according to the latest statistics, 4.69* million Texas residents continue to smoke or use other forms of tobacco.
 
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“The human suffering and financial costs due to the continued use of tobacco are undeniable. Yet, according to the latest statistics, 4.69* million Texas residents continue to smoke or use other forms of tobacco.”


We applaud all the dedicated professionals within the UT System who are working together with our national, state and community partners to eliminate tobacco use. Our hope is that the progress we document in this report will highlight the ability of a large university system to come together with partners to improve its tobacco control actions, and to inspire others to do the same in order to truly reduce the burden of tobacco at all levels.

Thank you for fostering respectful, healthy and tobacco-free environments, and for your commitment to improving the health and well-being of all.

 
 

 

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Evidence-based policies are the driver for all tobacco control activities in the Eliminate Tobacco Use Initiative. Existing policy measures (such as smoke-free indoor workplace policies and tobacco-free campus property policies) prove that population-based policy interventions can shape behavior to reduce tobacco use, ultimately impacting morbidity and mortality.

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SUCCESS STORY: ANDREA, UT DALLAS EMPLOYEE AND THE QUIT SMOKING APP

TOBACCO TREATMENT TRAINING PROGRAM

Between August 2017 and March 2018, MD Anderson trained nearly 100 health care providers in evidence-based tobacco treatment practice.


UT HEALTHIER YOUAt UT

Health San Antonio, over 100 kits were handed out to friends, family or physicians/health practitioners who wanted to give it to a specific patient they wanted to encourage to quit tobacco.

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2019 AGENDA

Tuesday, April 24, 2018


 

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The human suffering and fi nancial costs due to the continued use of tobacco are undeniable. Yet, according to the latest statistics, 4.69* million Texas residents continue to smoke or use other forms of tobacco.

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The human suffering and fi nancial costs due to the continued use of tobacco are undeniable. Yet, according to the latest statistics, 4.69* million Texas residents continue to smoke or use other forms of tobacco.


COMMUNITY POLICY PANEL: Lessons learned (Moderated by Jennifer Cofer)
San Antonio Tobacco21:

  • Jennifer Herriott, MPH, Assistant Director, San Antonio Metropolitan Health Department
  • Carlos Roberto Jaén, MD, PhD, Professor and Chair of Family and Community Medicine, UT Health San Antonio
  • Amelie Ramirez, DrPH, Chair ad Interim Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Director, Institute for Health Promotion Research, UT Health San Antonio
  • Andrea Fernandez, MPH, Research Coordinator, Institute for Health Promotion Research
  • Kristee Phelps, Interim Director of Environmental Health Safety & Risk Management, UT San Antonio

Smoke-Free Arlington and Fort Worth:

  • Latoya Oduniyi, Health Promotion and Substance Abuse Coordinator, UT Arlington
  • David Balis, MD, Director, Inpatient and Outpatient Smoking Cessation Programs, Parkland Hospital

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