Training for Systems Change: Addressing Tobacco and Behavioral Health

People affected by mental illness and/or a substance use disorder smoke at far higher rates than the general public. Despite this, they are less likely to make quit attempts using evidence-based treatment.  There is a compelling need to integrate tobacco policy and tobacco dependence treatment into the behavioral healthcare system. These two courses address this need. Through these courses, you will learn how to successfully address tobacco in your clinical setting.   

To see why this training is so important, watch this 40 second video:

Target Audience

Practitioners who provide health care to people with mental illness/substance abuse disorders, obligated to address the nicotine addiction of their patients as part of their scope of practice, including physicians, nurses, physician assistants, social workers, and mental health and substance abuse providers. Program Directors and Quality Improvement staff will also benefit from this activity, as they are obligated to adopt policies regarding the use of tobacco.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this activity, learners will:

  1. Be able to articulate what constitutes evidence-based tobacco dependence treatment
  2. Have developed a plan to integrate evidence-based tobacco dependence treatment and policy that is tailored to their setting
  3. Within one year of completion, have a tobacco policy in place in their treatment setting and more evidence-based tobacco dependence treatment will be provided to patients.
Course summary
Course opens: 
07/02/2017
Course expires: 
07/16/2019
Cost:
$0.00
Rating: 
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Course 1Course 2
Module 1: What is Tobacco Integration? (required)Module 1: What is Evidence-based Treatment?
Module 2: How Integrated are You? (required)Module 2: FDA Approved Cessation Medications
Module 3: The Integration ProcessModule 3: Evidence-based Tobacco Dependence Treatment
Module 4: Does Setting Make a Difference?Module 4: Building Toward the Future: Using the EHR
Module 5: EnforcementModule 5:The Wisconsin Tobacco Quit Lline (WTQL)
Module 6: How to Help Staff Who Use TobaccoModule 6: E-Cigarettes

Wach this video for a brief overview of the two courses:

Robert Adsit, MEd;
Director of Education and Outreach, UW-CTR

Please watch this two-minute video to begin:

David "Mac" Macmaster, CSAC, PTTS Managing Consultant;
Wisconsin Nicotine Treatment Integration Project (WiNTiP)

 

Bruce Christiansen, PhD

Course Director, Content Developer, Planner, Reviewer

Michael C. Fiore, MD, MPH, MBA

Content Developer, Faculty

Melissa Jackson

Faculty

Donna Riemer, RN-PMHN

Content Developer, Reviewer

Robert Adsit, MEd

Content Developer, Faculty, Reviewer

Randy Glysch, MS

Planner, Reviewer

Sandy Keller

Planner

Kathy Rohr, MSSW

Faculty

Ruby Ann Conrad, BS

Faculty

Brenda Goettl, MA

Faculty

Kate Kobinsky, MPH

Faculty

Amy Skora, BS, CHES

Faculty

Roger Dier, MS

Faculty

Allison Gorrilla, MPH

Faculty

Dave Macmaster, CSAC, PTTS

Content Developer, Faculty, Reviewer

Christine Ullstrup, LCSW, CSAC

Faculty

Laura Fabick, MSSW

Faculty

Kristine Hayden, BS

Faculty

Julie Martinelli, BS

CME Coordinator

Sheila Weix, MSN

Faculty

Katie R. Fassbinder, MD

Faculty

Eric Heiligenstein, MD

Content Developer, Faculty, Planner

Julie Reichert, MS

Faculty

 

Accreditation Statement

In support of improving patient care, the University of Wisconsin–Madison ICEP is jointly accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) to provide continuing education for the healthcare team.


 

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Accreditation Period

Course opens: 
07/02/2017
Course expires: 
07/16/2019
 
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