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Tobacco Cessation Change Package
This quality improvement tool, created by the CDC, is intended for health care professionals in outpatient, inpatient and behavioral health settings that work with public health professionals who provide treatment to patients who use tobacco. The change package can help clinical teams increase the reach and effectiveness of tobacco cessation interventions and incorporate these interventions into the clinical workflow.
Web link    Date Added: 05/04/2022    Date Last Modified: May 4 2022 8:22AM  
Tobacco Cessation Change Package, PDF
This quality improvement tool, created by the CDC, is intended for health care professionals in outpatient, inpatient and behavioral health settings that work with public health professionals who provide treatment to patients who use tobacco. The change package can help clinical teams increase the reach and effectiveness of tobacco cessation interventions and incorporate these interventions into the clinical workflow.
Adobe PDF    Date Added: 05/04/2022    Date Last Modified: May 4 2022 8:23AM  
Tobacco Cessation Intervention List
Download this two-page handout the TMF Quality Innovation Network developed to help clinicians identify patients who need tobacco cessation support and then provide treatment to those who are tobacco users.
Adobe PDF    Date Added: 05/03/2022    Date Last Modified: Aug 9 2022 1:51PM  
A Practical Guide to Help Your Patients Quit Using Tobacco
The CDC published this guide to give clinicians a simple and quick intervention strategy (three-to-five minutes) to use with patients who smoke or use other tobacco products.
Adobe PDF    Date Added: 05/04/2022    Date Last Modified: May 4 2022 8:17AM  
Integrating Tobacco Cessation into Electronic Health Records: Promising Practices and Lessons Learned
Electronic health records (EHRs) can be a valuable tool for providers when advising and assisting patients who want to quit smoking. The American Lung Association published this six-page paper to share promising practices and lessons learned for those who want to work with health systems to integrate or improve tobacco cessation into EHRs.
Adobe PDF    Date Added: 05/04/2022    Date Last Modified: May 4 2022 8:19AM  
The North American Quitline Consortium (NAQC)
NAQC is an international, non-profit membership organization that promotes evidence-based quitline services across diverse communities in North America. More than 400 organizations and individuals make up NAQC’s membership. NACQ members help fund quitlines, conduct research around quitline-related topics, advance national cessation policies, and work in other areas of tobacco control. NAQC’s Quitline Map shows contact information and services offered in the United States and Canada.
Web link    Date Added: 05/04/2022    Date Last Modified: May 4 2022 8:26AM  
The North American Quitline Consortium (NAQC), Map
NAQC’s Quitline Map shows contact information and services offered in the United States and Canada.
Web link    Date Added: 05/04/2022    Date Last Modified: May 4 2022 8:28AM  
Benefits of Quitting
This video, from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), shows the health benefits of quitting smoking, no matte the age or how long or how much a person has smoked.
Web link    Date Added: 08/04/2022    Date Last Modified: Aug 4 2022 8:05AM  
Smoking and Tobacco Use: Clinical Cessation Tools
This website, maintained by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, lists evidence and clinical guidelines for treating tobacco use and dependence. Providers will also find usable tools to guide their practice and help them integrate tobacco treatment into routine clinical care.
Web link    Date Added: 05/09/2022    Date Last Modified: May 9 2022 8:26AM  
Smoking and Tobacco Use: Clinical Education and Training
It's important to talk to patients about quitting tobacco use. If providers aren't sure how to start the conversation, this website has resources to help them.
Web link    Date Added: 05/09/2022    Date Last Modified: May 9 2022 8:31AM  
Treating Tobacco Use and Dependence: 2008 Update
Tobacco dependence is recognized as a chronic disease, one that typically requires ongoing assessment and repeated intervention. In this update on previously published guidelines, the Tobacco Use and Dependence Guidance Panel notes that the most effective way to help tobacco users quit is to provide them with information about multiple effective treatment options.
Web link    Date Added: 05/09/2022    Date Last Modified: May 9 2022 8:34AM  
Quick Reference Guide for Clinicians: 2008 Update Treating Tobacco Use and Dependence
This guide summarizes the strategies for helping people end their dependence on tobacco, published in full in Treating Tobacco Use and Dependence: 2008 Update. The guide includes an easy-to-follow "5A's" model for treating tobacco use and dependence
Adobe PDF    Date Added: 05/09/2022    Date Last Modified: May 9 2022 8:40AM  
Unlock a Life Without Tobacco
This is a patient information resource from QuitAssist®. Refer patients to this website so they can review the "5 Keys for Quitting."
Web link    Date Added: 05/09/2022    Date Last Modified: May 9 2022 8:43AM  
Cessation Materials for State Tobacco Control Programs
This website features materials for state tobacco control programs from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Office on Smoking and Health.
Web link    Date Added: 05/09/2022    Date Last Modified: May 9 2022 8:45AM  
Tools & Tips from smokefree.gov: Articles & Information
This is a patient information resource from smokefree.gov. Refer patients to this website so they can review the different tools that can help them quit their tobacco use.
Web link    Date Added: 05/09/2022    Date Last Modified: May 9 2022 8:48AM  
WHO global report on trends in prevalence of tobacco use 2000-2025, third edition
This report presents the World Health Organization's estimates of tobacco use prevalence, numbers of users, and changes between 2000 and 2018, projected to 2025. Estimates are at global, regional and country levels.
Web link    Date Added: 05/09/2022    Date Last Modified: May 9 2022 8:51AM  
Tobacco Cessation
The Lung Association is a leader in the area of tobacco cessation policy at the federal, state and local levels. This website includes resources to assist states in achieving smoking cessation goals, along with information about tobacco cessation coverage policy and health systems change.
Web link    Date Added: 05/09/2022    Date Last Modified: May 9 2022 8:49AM