TEA Room

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TEA logoWelcome! 

The Tobacco Evaluator Alliance (TEA) is a community of practice for California Tobacco Control Program (CTCP)-funded evaluators. TEA is a forum for evaluators, facilitated by evaluators, to promote communication, share resources, and troubleshoot real issues in the field.

What Can TEA Do For Me?

Quarterly TEA Meetings

  • Stay up-to-date on advancements in the field.
  • Be the first to know about upcoming training and work opportunities.
  • Share examples, tools, knowledge and capacity building.
  • Become familiar with your colleagues working in the field.

Quarterly TEA meetings take place every fourth Wednesday of February, May, August, and November from 10:00-11:30 AM.

Special Topic Forums

  • In-depth conversations on tobacco control evaluation.
  • Improve your comfort level in addressing new challenges.
  • Develop your expertise in tobacco-evaluation focus areas.
  • Share your knowledge and experience with others to advance the field.
  • Build collaboration with other evaluators and programs.
  • Advance your knowledge of priority populations.

Special topic forums are held on an ad hoc basis and are scheduled based on member interest.

Communication Channel

  • Access to TEA listserv to communicate with other CTCP-funded evaluators.
  • Information about the latest California tobacco evaluation updates.

Not a Member?

To get email notices directly, get on the TEA listserv. Not on the TEA list yet? Sign up here.

Chat with Other Evaluators

Members! Use the space below to chat with other TEA members, and keep an eye out for updated resources and links. To utilize Disqus, be sure to create a profile first.

Want to send an email to all TEA members?

Use the listserv email address: tobaccoevaluatoralliance@phmail.ucdavis.edu.

Need More Information?

For more information on the quarterly TEA meeting, contact Jorge Andrews at jtand@ucdavis.edu 530-754-8929.

The Tobacco Evaluator Alliance is available as a resource to all CTCP funded evaluators.

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