Call for papers for a session on
“Using networks to understand and improve tobacco control”
Keyword: Tobacco Control
at the Sunbelt XXXIV Conference, February 18-23, 2014 in St Pete Beach, Florida, USA
Networks and network analysis have an important role to play in improving tobacco control. We invite abstracts for presentations on all aspects of how network analysis can be used to understand and improve tobacco control, whether through the lens of a systems approach to tobacco control, how networks influence tobacco use, or any other manner through which network analysis can be applied to the study of tobacco control. Enter the Keyword “Tobacco Control” to have your abstract considered for this special session.
Scott Leischow, The Mayo Clinic, [log in to unmask]
Robin Lemaire, Virginia Tech, [log in to unmask]
Douglas Luke, Washington University
Thomas Valente, University of Southern California
Please submit your abstract by November 30 at 5:00 EST using the following link to the conference's abstract submission system:http://www.sunbelt2014.org/?q=program
Please limit your abstract to 250 words.
During the submission process, please place a note in the “additional notes” field referring to “Networks and Tobacco Control” session.
The conference website (http://www.sunbelt2014.org) provides additional information on Sunbelt XXXIV conference.
We look forward to your submissions.