Taking a Fresh Look at Lung Health and Tobacco Cessation - Series 1
Smoking cessation should be an integral part of every service for patients who use tobacco. Health care providers need an appropriate level of knowledge of smoking cessation practices and therapies that include pharmacological treatment (i.e. nicotine replacement therapy, bupropion or varenicline) combined with behavioral support methods. This course will provide the importance of lung health and the latest lung cancer screening recommendations, as well as provide evidence-based cessation methods and tools that can be utilized with current tobacco users.
Matt Winkleman, MD Frank Vitale, MA
Disclosure: None of the speakers or planners have any relevant financial relationships with ineligible companies to disclose.
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- Discuss the role of tobacco cessation and lung health disparities, lung cancer screening techniques and eligibility criteria
- Demonstrate motivational interviewing techniques to best engage clients in tobacco cessation attempts
- Apply effective tobacco cessation strategies to populations most at-risk for tobacco-related disparities
- Identify key elements of smoking cessation counseling and pharmacotherapy
Southern Illinois Healthcare, Siteman Cancer Network
Speaker(s)Matt Winkleman, MD, SIH
Frank Vitale, MA, Pharmacy Partnership for Tobacco Cessation