Academic Work


  1. Le, K., Correa-Fernández, V., Martinez Leal, I., Kyburz, B., Chen, T-A, Barrientos, D., Saenz, E., Williams, T., O’Connor, D. P., Obasi, E. M., Casey, K., Reitzel, L. R. (2020). Tobacco-free Workplace Program at a Substance Use Treatment Center. American Journal of Health Behavior, 44(5), 652-665. Download Publication

  2. Correa-Fernández, V., Wilson, W. T., Kyburz, B., O’Connor, D., Stacey, T., Williams, T., Lam, C. Y., & Reitzel, L. R. (2019). Evaluation of the Taking Texas Tobacco Free Workplace Program within behavioral health centersTranslational Behavioral Medicine, 9(2), 319-327.

  3. Garey, L., Neighbors, C., Martinez Leal, I., Lam, C., Wilson, W. T., Kyburz, B., Stacey, T., Correa-Fernández, V., Williams, T., Zvolensky, M. J. & Reitzel, L. R. (2019). Tobacco-related knowledge following a comprehensive tobacco-free workplace program within behavioral health facilities: Identifying organizational moderators. Patient Education and Counseling, 102(9), 1680-1686.

  4. Correa-Fernández, V., Wilson, W. T., Shedrick, D. A., Kyburz, B., Samaha, H. L., Stacey, T., Williams, T., Lam, C., & Reitzel, L. R. (2017). Implementation of a tobacco-free workplace program at a local mental health authority. Translational Behavioral Medicine, 7(2), 204-211.

  5. Samaha, H. L., Correa-Fernández, V., Lam, C., Wilson, W. T., Kyburz, B., Stacey, T., Williams, T., & Reitzel, L. R. (2017). Addressing tobacco use among consumers and staff at behavioral health treatment facilities through comprehensive workplace programming. Health Promotion Practice, 18(4), 561-570.

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TTTF Recognition and Mentions

  1. Reitzel, L., Kyburz, B., & Correa-Fernández, V. (2020, August). Taking Texas Tobacco Free: An academic-community partnership to increase the implementation of tobacco dependence treatment within behavioral health settings across Texas. [Webinar]. Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco.*

  2. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2019, April). Texas provides NRT as part of a range of tobacco cessation measures in mental health treatment settings.

  3. National Council for Behavioral Health. (2017, February). Change is in the air: Taking initiative towards a tobacco-free Texas.

  4. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s State Technical Assistance Contract. (2016, June). Enhance your state’s tobacco cessation efforts among the behavioral health population.

*Webinar is accessible only to Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco (SRNT) members via the SRNT-U portal.