The following programs have been approved by the Council for Tobacco Treatment Training Programs to award continuing education contact hours for tobacco treatment providers who successfully complete the program. For additional information click on the program name.

These courses are accredited by the Council for Tobacco Treatment  Training Programs to award continuing education contact hours for tobacco treatment providers who successfully complete the program.
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The American Lung Association has 7 CTTTP Accredited Courses that are offered on demand:

  • Tobacco Basics 
  • Ask, Advise, Refer to Quit Don't Switch
  • How to Help People Quit
  • Freedom From SmokingĀ® Facilitator Overview Training
  • Addressing Tobacco Use in Hispanic or Latino Communities (English) Webcast
  • Abordar el consumo de tabaco en las comunidades hispanas o latinas
  • ACT to Address Youth Cessation
for more information visit https://www.lung.org/
 
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Project TEACH (Tobacco Education and Cessation in the Health System)


Project TEACH is an innovative tele-mentoring program that provides education to diverse health care providers who seek to enhance/sustain their knowledge in tobacco and nicotine cessation treatment. This program is free to all health care providers and aims to reduce barriers to obtaining up-to-date resources and evidence based practices. Project TEACH utilizes the Project ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) model to connect individuals from various organizations such as hospitals, non-profit organizations, FQHC's, Academic Centers, and private clinics. Participants join weekly sessions via a free, online video platform. CEU and AMA Category 1 CME credits are available after attending each session. Each session encourages the growth of a support network through case consultation and didactic presentation.

For more information on how to join, visit www.mdanderson.org/projectteach or email endtobacco@mdanderson.org.