Rosa Dragonetti is the Project Director of Addictions Research and Education at CAMH. Rosa plays a key role in developing a strategy for education research and programming initiatives including the TEACH project. Some of the other projects she is involved with include the STOP Program, PREGNETS, Canadaptt and various other tobacco-related projects. Rosa has several publications in gambling, tobacco and has co-authored a chapter “Assessment and Brief Interventions for Alcohol and Tobacco Problems in Primary Health Care” as well as a chapter on “Psychosocial Interventions” in Disease Interrupted. Rosa also contributed to other tobacco control initiatives including CAMH’s Smoke-free Policy development and implementation, Rainbow Tobacco Intervention Project, and the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care- Cessation Task Group. She has delivered many workshops across Canada and internationally.