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Tobacco Cessation: A Toolkit for Healthcare Providers

Course #: 09-784

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CE Credit Hours: 3.00 Continuing Education Credit Hours

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Course Description

CEU Course Description

Patients often seek the help of health care professionals to break tobacco addictions. Health care professionals should be aware of effective tobacco cessation methods. This course will review effective strategies and treatment options to help patients break tobacco addictions, while providing insight into how and why patients become addicted to tobacco products.


CEU Course Objectives

  1. Review how and why patients become addicted to tobacco products.
  2. Examine the contents of a tobacco cessation 'toolkit,' while obtaining insight into addiction patient populations.
  3. Identify effective tobacco cessation treatment strategies.

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