Find below a number of excellent training tools to assist health care organizations in providing effective tobacco dependence screening and treatment. Find resources tailored for primary care and behavioral health settings, for prescribing clinicians and for frontline and counseling staff. All of the materials provided reflect the current science for the treatment of tobacco use and dependence.
Provider Training Tools
NYC TCTTAC Webinar Series for Providers
New York City's Tobacco Cessation Training & Technical Assistance Center offers a series of one-hour webinars on tobacco cessation practices.
HSI's Tobacco Dependence Toolkit
The Center of Excellence for Health Systems Improvement's TDT toolkit offers an array of resources and supports.
Tobacco dependence in Behavioral Health Settings
Here, the Center of Excellence for Health Systems Improvement has adopted its toolkit specifically for behavioral health settings.
UCSF's Rx for Change
This is a turn-key program for training students and licensed clinicians in virtually any health professional field on the current science of TDT.
UW CTRI Video Series
UW's Center for Tobacco Research and Intervention has a robust video series with training and guidance for clinicians on effective TDT.
NYC Health Explains NRT
Learn how Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT) can meaningfully support individuals who are making a quit attempt.