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Evaluation of Current Tobacco Curriculum at 12 US Medical Schools. Journal of Cancer Education 2004
Catherine A. Powers, EdD, LSW, Jane G. Zapka, ScD, Bryan Bognar, MD, Catherine Dubé, EdD, Linda Hyder Ferry, MD, MPH, Kristi J. Ferguson, PhD, Joseph F. O'Donnell, MD, Nancy Rigotti MD, Carey Conley Thomson, MD, MPH, MaryJo White, MPH, MS, LuAnn Wilkerson, EdD, Alan C. Geller, RN, MPH. Evaluation of Current Tobacco Curriculum at 12 US Medical Schools. J Cancer Education 2004;19:212-219.

Tobacco Control Competencies for US Medical Students.
Alan C. Geller, Jane Zapka, Katie Brooks, Catherine Dube, Catherine A. Powers, Nancy Rigotti, Joseph O'Donnell, Judith Ockene and members of the PACE Consortium. American Journal of Public Health, June 2005

Other articles of interest

Fiore MC, Epps RP, Manley MW. A missed opportunity: teaching medical students to help their patients successfully quit smoking. Journal of the American Medical Association. 1994;271(8):624-626.

Ferry LH, Grissino LM, Runfola PS. Tobacco dependence curricula in US undergraduate medical education. Journal of the American Medical Association. 1999;282(9):825-829.

Spangler JG, George G, Foley KL, Crandall SJ. Tobacco intervention training: current efforts and gaps in US medical schools. Journal of the American Medical Association. 2002;288(9): 1102-1109.

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