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    Last Updated:
    March 25, 2021


    Center for Tobacco Prevention and Control Reports

    Tobacco Program Biennial Reports

    2000 - 2016 Summary Report: Monitoring Changing Tobacco Use Behaviors
    2000 - 2016 Legislative Report: Monitoring Changing Tobacco Use Behaviors​
    2000 - 2014 Summary Report: Monitoring Changing Tobacco Use Behaviors
    2000 - 2014 Legislative Report: Monitoring Changing Tobacco Use Behaviors
    ​2000 - 2013 Legislative Report: Monitoring Changing Tobacco Use Behaviors
    2000 - 2010 Legislative​ Report Monitoring Changes Tobacco Use Behaviors
    2000 - 2008 Legislative Report Monitoring Changes Tobacco Use Behaviors
    2000 - 2006 Legislative Report: Tobacco Use Behaviors in Maryland
    2000 - 2006 Tobacco Use Behaviors in Maryland Supplemental Appendices 
    2000 - 2002 Monitoring Changing Tobacco Use Behaviors Survey 
    2002 - First Annual Tobacco Study
    2001 - Initial Findings from the Baseline Tobacco Study

    Special Populations and Health Disparities Tobacco Reports

    2006 Disparities in Tobacco Use Behaviors by Adult Minority Populations
    2006 Disparities in Tobacco Use Behaviors by Middle and High School Miniority Youth
    2006 Exploring Cultural, Psychosocial, and Environmental Factors Influencing Tobacco Use among Asian American, Hispanics, African Americans, and American Indians
    2006 Best Practices in Local Tobacco Use Prevention Programs
    Spring 2004 College Tobacco Survey
    2003 Maryland Youth Tobacco Survey (MYTS)
    2001 Alternative Public Schools and Minority Adults
    Adolescent Smoking in Maryland: A Unique Approach to Prevention

    Tobacco Program Special Reports

    2008 Tobacco Use Prevention and Cessation Program Logic Model
    2008 Adult Tobacco Non-Responders Follow-Up Survey Methodology Report
    1999 Task Force to End Smoking in Maryland
    Stages of Change Initiation and Cessation
    Cigarette Restitution Fund Program Final Report Evaluation Framework