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Board Member

Phone: (602) ***-****  HQ Phone
North American Quitline Consortium
3030 N Central Avenue Suite 602
Phoenix, Arizona 85012
United States

Company Description: In August 2005, NAQC established a Promotion Task Force. The Task Force was established to address questions and concerns regarding national and regional promotions...   more

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

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Web References
Board of Directors - North American Quitline Consortium, 22 April 2014 [cached]
Wayne Tormala (2014)
Bureau Chief, Arizona Department of Health Services Bureau of Tobacco & Chronic Disease
NAQC Board of Directors - Member input needed by February 17 - North American Quitline Consortium, 10 Feb 2012 [cached]
On January 27th, Wayne Tormala, Chair of the Nomination Committee for the NAQC Board of Directors, invited you to submit names of candidates for next year’s vacancies on the Board of Directors. The deadline for submissions is February 17, just one week away. I would like to encourage all of you to consider who among your colleagues would be a good candidate for the board and to submit candidate names as soon as possible! You are welcome to recommend names of candidates whom you nominated in past years.
Please send all recommendations for candidates to Wayne Tormala, Chair of the Nomination Committee, c/o by February 17.
For each person you would like to recommend, please provide the following information to Wayne Tormala, Chair of the Nomination Committee, c/o by February 17:
If you have questions, please contact Wayne Tormala, Chair of the Nomination Committee, at Board@naquitline.orgor me at
"I'm not surprised by the ranking ..., 5 July 2010 [cached]
"I'm not surprised by the ranking or the perception among men about their health," says Wayne Tormala, Men's Health Coordinator for the Arizona Department of Health Services.
Many of the risk factors for chronic disease are in men's own control according to Tormala. "Men's Health Week is a national event June 14-19 this year," says Tormala. "We are marking the week by sharing important facts with every Arizonan, especially men.
"Alcohol and tobacco use are addictions," says Tormala.
About Wayne Tormala
Wayne Tormala is the Bureau Chief for the Bureau of Tobacco and Chronic Disease at the Arizona Department of Health Services. He has also been designated by the Agency as the state health department's Men's Health Coordinator.
"Overcoming tobacco addiction is a ..., 25 Nov 2011 [cached]
"Overcoming tobacco addiction is a constant struggle, whether a smoker is making a first attempt to quit, has stopped smoking for a month, or has been quit for years," said Wayne Tormala, Arizona Department of Health Services Bureau Chief for Tobacco and Chronic Disease.
About Wayne Tormala
Dedicating his entire career to human service, Wayne has provided leadership at the local, nationa,l and global levels in programs addressing issues of public health, mental illness, the environment, world hunger, poverty, and economic justice. Currently, he is the Bureau Chief for the Bureau of Tobacco and Chronic Disease at the Arizona Department of Health Services where he oversees all aspects of tobacco prevention/cessation programming and the prevention/management of chronic diseases, including heart disease, cancer, lung disease, stroke, asthma, and diabetes.
National Tobacco Cessation Collaborative-Publication and Presentations Content, 1 June 2009 [cached]
"This is a jump in the ranking of Arizona; and that says great things about the leadership of our state for tobacco control," said Wayne Tormala, Bureau Chief for the Arizona Department of Health Services Bureau of Tobacco and Chronic Disease (ADHS BTCD). "But what this also means is that more Arizonans are making the choice to positively impact their own health, the health of our state, their personal budgets, and our Arizona economy."
"Healthcare costs for smoking related illnesses cost Arizona $3.6 million a day," Tormala added.
"Whether it's the health impact or the cost, whatever motivates a person to quit, we are excited to see this impact in Arizona," Tormala adds. The Arizona Smokers' Helpline (ASHLine) is the free quit coaching service provided by the state and, he says, "We can help all Arizonans quit too.
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