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Treating Tobacco Together: Intensive Skills Training

12.07.21 - 12.10.21

Earn CMEs/CEUs while increasing your tobacco treatment skills with the Treating Tobacco Together: Intensive Skills Training. This skills-focused training will build on knowledge gained in the┬áTreating Tobacco Together: Basic Skills Training. Participants will: Explore the value of a comprehensive tobacco use assessment Learn to develop effective treatment plans Discuss considerations for medication management Review relapse prevention strategies The virtual training will take place over multiple sessions and include pre-work, participation in all sessions will be required to receive CMEs/CEUs. December…

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Treating Tobacco Together: Basic Skills Training

01.12.22 @ 9:00 am - 1:10 pm

Earn CMEs/CEUs by participating in the Treating Tobacco Together: Basic Skills Training. Join other health professionals in this remote training to learn more about nicotine addiction and how to integrate brief, evidence-based tobacco treatment interventions into current practice. ┬áThe Basic Skills Training is open to all health professionals, prevention professionals, and community members who are interested in learning more about the burden of tobacco and strategies for intervention and treatment. Participation in the Treating Tobacco Together: Basic Skills Training is…

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Webinar: Secondhand and Thirdhand Smoke Impact on the Latino Community & Smoke-Free Multi-Unit Housing

01.26.22 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Presenter: Yaneth Rodriguez, MPH - University of Southern California Tobacco Center for Regulatory Sciences, Community Data Collection Manager Secondhand and thirdhand smoke are a significant public health concern and driver of smoke-free policies. Secondhand smoke is inhaled involuntarily from tobacco being smoked by others and increases the risk for many diseases. When nonsmokers are exposed to tobacco smoke, their risk of lung cancer is increased by about 20%. Thirdhand smoke leaves chemical residue on surfaces where smoking has occurred and…

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