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Basic Tobacco Intervention Skills Certification

This eight-hour certification program provides participants with the basis for understanding tobacco dependence as a chronic condition. Participants learn to deliver brief evidence-based interventions using an integrated "Five A" Model specific to the individual's readiness to quit. Basic Tobacco Intervention Skills INSTRUCTOR Certification.

Upon successful completion of the Basic Tobacco Intervention Skills program, certified individuals are encouraged to attend this eight-hour workshop to learn the methods and techniques to teach the corresponding certification program and to evaluate participant performance. Participants receive multimodal educational resources to facilitate workshop instruction.

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Basic Tobacco Intervention Skills INSTRUCTOR Certification
Upon successful completion of the Basic Tobacco Intervention Skills program, certified individuals are encouraged to attend this eight-hour workshop to learn the methods and techniques to teach the corresponding certification program and to evaluate participant performance. Participants receive multimodal educational resources to facilitate workshop instruction. 02
Basic Tobacco Intervention Skills Certification for Medical and Allied Professional
This eight-hour adaptation of the Basic Tobacco Intervention Skills Certification program incorporates medical terminology, utilizes case studies, and provides health and human service professionals with comprehensive information on pharmacotherapy specific to the treatment of nicotine dependence. 03
Basic Tobacco Intervention Skills for Medical and Allied Health Professionals INSTRUCTOR Certification
Upon successful completion of the Basic Tobacco Intervention Skills for Medical and Allied Health Professionals program, certified individuals are encouraged to attend this eight-hour workshop to learn the methods and techniques to teach the corresponding certification program. Instructor candidates acquire comprehensive information on nicotine dependence treatment medication, and to evaluate participant performance. Participants receive multimodal educational resources tailored to medical and allied health audiences to facilitate workshop instruction. 04
Pharmacotherapy Companion Guide
The Pharmacotherapy Companion Guide serves as a supplement to the Basic Tobacco Intervention Skills for Medical and Allied Health Professionals certification program. The Guide is also used to support other HealthCare Partnership continuing education/certification programs that target pointof- care providers who monitor medication therapy and/or who are prescribers. The Guide contains information that is specific to the pharmacotherapy treatment of nicotine dependence. 05
Basic Tobacco Intervention Skills Certification for Maternal and Child Health
Originally developed for Women, Infants, & Children [WIC] Community Nutrition Workers, this eight hour adaptation of the Basic Tobacco Intervention Skills Certification program includes a focus on tobacco use during pregnancy and the effects of environmental tobacco smoke on children and families. 06
Maternal and Child Health Companion Guide
This supplement to the Basic Tobacco Intervention Skills Certification for Maternal and Child Health program allows participants to adapt health messages to be culturally responsive to Native Communities. 07
Basic Tobacco Intervention Skills for Maternal and Child Health INSTRUCTOR Certification
Upon successful completion of the Basic Tobacco Intervention Skills for Maternal and Child Health program, certified individuals are encouraged to attend this eight-hour workshop to learn the methods and techniques to teach the corresponding certification workshop, to identify effects of tobacco use during pregnancy and childhood exposure to environmental tobacco smoke, and to evaluate participant performance. Participants receive multimodal educational resources specific to maternal and child health to facilitate workshop instruction. 08
Basic Tobacco Intervention Skills Certification for Native Communities
This adaptation of the Basic Tobacco Intervention Skills Certification program is an eight-hour workshop offering culturally responsive information regarding traditional versus commercial tobacco use within American Indian communities. 09
Visual Guide for Presentations: "Breaking the Hook"
Participants receive multimodal resources specific to Native American health, such as a culturally competent, easily transportable flip chart to facilitate brief interventions in a variety of settings. 10
Basic Tobacco Intervention Skills for Native Communities INSTRUCTOR Certification
Upon successful completion of the Basic Tobacco Intervention Skills for American Indian Communities program, certified individuals may attend this eight-hour workshop to learn the methods and techniques to teach the corresponding certification workshop, to include culturally responsive information regarding traditional versus commercial tobacco use, and to evaluate participant performance. Participants receive multimodal educational resources specific to American Indian health to facilitate workshop instruction. 11
Tobacco Treatment Specialist Certification
This two-part program is targeted to individuals who provide intensive tobacco dependence treatment services. Part I of the certification program is conducted online at www.aztreattobacco.org in a self-paced case-study format and can take up to eight hours. Part II is a full day face-to-face practicum utilizing a small-group format. Certified Tobacco Treatment Specialists are taught skills to analyze elements of intensive interventions, apply components of Motivational Interviewing, facilitate multi-session intensive programs within the structure of existing nationally recognized programs, and to serve as resource persons on tobacco dependence treatment for other health and human service professionals. Successful completion of the Basic Tobacco Intervention Skills Certification program or one of its adaptations is a prerequisite for Tobacco Treatment Specialist Certification. 12
Tobacco Treatment Specialist INSTRUCTOR Certification
Upon successful completion of the Tobacco Treatment Specialist program, certified individuals may attend this eight-hour workshop to learn the methods and techniques to teach the Tobacco Treatment Specialist practicum and to evaluate participant performance. Participants receive multimodal educational resources to facilitate workshop instruction. 13
Instructional Specialist Certification
The two-day Basic Tobacco Intervention Skills Instructional Specialist program is designed for entities who are interested in replicating the Basic Tobacco Intervention Skills program model. It introduces participants to the principles of adult learning theory, along with the adult education programming methods used to design the HealthCare Partnership model. The workshop focuses on practical skills applications and presents the foundations of the HealthCare Partnership model to ensure fidelity of program replication. 14
Tobacco Dependence Treatment Program for Native Communities Speaker's Kit
The HealthCare Partnership Speaker's Bureau comprises a select group of dynamic presenters from across the Nation. Prior to attending the one-hour Speaker Orientation, participants are required to attend a Tobacco Dependence Treatment (TDT) Program and receive certification in a Basic Tobacco Intervention Skills Workshop. The Speaker Kit prepares presenters with materials and information on how to provide a TDT session. 15

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