Marie P Bresnahan

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The New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene partnered with the nation's largest university system, the City University of New York (CUNY), to provide technical assistance and resources to support the development and implementation of a system-wide tobacco-free policy. This effort formed one component of Healthy CUNY-a larger initiative to(More)
To the Editor: Compared with the general population, individuals with serious mental illness are heavier smokers and have higher levels of nicotine dependence and higher relapse rates after quitting (1). Smoking rates among adults in New York City declined 31% between 2002 (21.5%) and 2011 (14.8%) (2); yet rates among persons with serious mental illness(More)
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