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April 2017

Basic Tobacco Intervention Skills Certification for Medical & Allied Health Professionals

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Treatment Specialist Certification for Nicotine Dependence

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January 2017


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April 2016

Tobacco Dependence…

Five Questions to Challenge your Knowledge

Smoking Cessation Recommendations

September 2016

Final U.S. Smoking Cessation Recommendations Released
Smoking Cessation Recommendations

October 2013

Reclaiming the Health of Our Tribal Nations an A PROMISE Partnership program:

American Indian/Alaska Native Promising Practices to Reclaim Our Health, Mind, Body and Spirit through the

integration of tobacco & chronic disease prevention
& systems and environmental change.

The A PROMISE Partnership program is made possible with funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The views expressed in this digital story do not necessarily reflect the official policies of the CDC or imply endorsement by the US Government. CDC Award No: 1U58DP002335-03.

For resources related to commercial tobacco prevention and cessation, including a policy tookit, and networking opportunities visit the National Native Commercial Tobacco Abuse Prevention Network’s website at

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April 2013

“¡Adios Tabaco!” Counseling for Success Cultural Variables Impact Treatment Effectiveness (CLICK HERE for PPT)

Nicotine Dependence Treatment Customized to Hispanic/Latino Communities

Communicating Across Diversity: Knowing “Why” Assists “How” To Treat Hispanics/Latinos generally have lower rates of smoking than other racial/ethnic groups with the exception of Asian Americans. However, smoking cigarettes remains a continuing and serious health problem within Hispanic communities.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. National Center for Health Statistics. National Health Interview Survey, 2008.

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