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Margaret Nolan, MD, MS, CTTS

Senior Research Fellow, Department of Anesthesia and the Nicotine Dependence Center

"Learn what makes smoking cessation interventions in surgical patients so important, unique, and challenging."

Dr. Nolan comes from a public health background, an area where behavioral change was considered the domain of policymakers and program designers. But in her family medicine training, each individual patient presented a unique challenge.

She believes that tobacco control is a field that must be approached on a community level and a personal one, the individual and the collective, and this is one of the reasons it persists as one of the greatest health challenges of our time.

Professional Highlights

Certificate in Clinical Research, Mayo Graduate School

Doctor of Medicine, University of Chicago

Master of Science, Society, Human Development and Health, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health


Previous Sessions

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Tobacco Dependence Treatment in Surgical Patients

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Implementation: Integrating Tobacco Dependence Treatment into Medical Specialties