Motivating youth to stay vape and tobacco free
Empowering smokers to quit



2016 Lecture at Georgia State University, followed by Q&A
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September 29, 2016 – 33 minutes
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Clips from 2014 talk at Northern Michigan University
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Filmed April 8, 2014 – 6 minutes
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2 minutes of clips from a talk to 1,000 employees transitioning to a tobacco-free campus

Patrick Reynolds speaks in 2013 about quitting tobacco and second hand smoke at Adams Thermal Systems’ plant in Canton, SD.
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Filmed April 17, 2013


Video of a complete talk to youth
Live talk at Reed Middle & High School – Part 1
Part 2Part 3Part 4
Filmed April 1, 2011 – 45 minutes – (One more youth talk at bottom)


Complete keynote address to AARC on November 7, 2015, to the American Association of Respiratory Care
Audience of 3,000 attending the Congress in Tampa, FL.
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Video of a complete 87 minute community talk at a hospital Lakeland Health Care, St. Joseph, Michigan
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Filmed April 14, 2011 – 1 hour 27 minutes


Impassioned clip from a talk to high school youth, filmed on a cell phone
Live talk to 900 teens at a high school

November 15, 2011 – 9 minutes 42 seconds


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