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Featured Courses

 

These trainings will benefit anyone who serves people who use commercial tobacco, from healthcare professionals to social workers to school staff. For the best learning experience, we recommend using Google Chrome.  You can download it at https://google.com/chrome.  To get started, you must either register for free access or log in to view the courses available to you.

All Courses

Michigan Medicaid and Quitlink Benefits for Tobacco Dependence Treatment

Physicians: maximum of 0.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)
Pharmacists: 0.25 contact hour (.025 CEUs)
Non-physicians: will be eligible for a certificate of completion for 0.25 contact hours.

This accredited education activity provides resources to providers in Michigan to deliver tobacco treatment by accessing Medicaid benefits and the Michigan Tobacco Quitlink benefits.


Best Practices for Tobacco Cessation Using Medication and Behavioral Support

Physicians: maximum of 0.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)
Pharmacists: 0.5 contact hour (.050 CEUs)
Non-physicians: will be eligible for a certificate of completion for 0.5 contact hours.

This accredited patient simulation activity allows you to implement the brief ask, advise and refer intervention with patients who use tobacco, and recommend approved pharmacotherapy that may help patients stop using tobacco.


Special Quitline Programs for Tobacco Cessation

Physicians: maximum of 0.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)
Pharmacists: 0.25 contact hour (.025 CEUs)
Non-physicians: will be eligible for a certificate of completion for 0.25 contact hours.

This accredited education activity describes the evidence for online Quitline programs, and the how tobacco disparities for American Indians, pregnant and postpartum patients, and youth can be addressed through adapted Quitline programs.


Connecting the Harms of Tobacco Use to Chronic Health Conditions

Physicians: maximum of 0.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)
Pharmacists: 0.25 contact hour (.025 CEUs)
Non-physicians: will be eligible for a certificate of completion for 0.25 contact hours.

This accredited education activity provides an overview of how tobacco use causes and worsens heart and vascular diseases, respiratory diseases, and cancers. Information is presented to help providers discuss how cessation can reduce the risk of developing disease and the benefits of cessation after diagnosis.


Tobacco Cessation for Behavioral Health Populations

Physicians: maximum of 0.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)
Pharmacists: 0.25 contact hour (.025 CEUs)
Non-physicians: will be eligible for a certificate of completion for 0.25 contact hours.

This accredited education activity discusses the tobacco use disparity for people with behavioral health conditions, the importance of tobacco cessation, myths about quitting, and how the Quitline can help behavioral health providers deliver tobacco treatment.


Vaping and E-Cigarette Devices: What Are They and How Do They Harm?

Physicians: maximum of 0.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)
Pharmacists: 0.25 contact hour (.025 CEUs)
Non-physicians: will be eligible for a certificate of completion for 0.25 contact hours.

This accredited education activity provides an overview of the technical features and chemical composition of electronic cigarettes or vaping devices. The known health impacts associated with vaping are described to help guide providers in discussing the risks of vaping with patients who use electronic cigarettes.


Conversations for Screening, Responding, and Preventing Vaping

Physicians: maximum of 0.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)
Pharmacists: 0.25 contact hour (.025 CEUs)
Non-physicians: will be eligible for a certificate of completion for 0.25 contact hours.

This accredited education activity provides an introduction to conducting a history of electronic cigarette use, provides a framework for screening and preventing vaping, and expands an evidence-based tobacco treatment approach to address electronic cigarette use.


Implementing a Brief Intervention for Tobacco in Clinical Settings

Registered nurses:  maximum of 1.0 nursing contact hours

This activity provides resources to providers in Michigan to deliver tobacco treatment by accessing Medicaid benefits and the Michigan Tobacco Quitlink benefits.
It also describes the evidence for online Quitline programs, and how tobacco disparities for American Indians, pregnant and postpartum patients, and youth can be addressed through adapted Quitline programs.
Lastly, it includes a patient simulation activity, which allows you to implement the brief ask, advise and refer intervention with patients who use tobacco, and describe approved pharmacotherapy that may help patients stop using tobacco.


Special Topics for Tobacco Cessation

Registered nurses:  maximum of 1.0 nursing contact hours

This course discusses the tobacco use disparity for people with behavioral health conditions, the importance of tobacco cessation, myths about quitting, and how the quitline can help behavioral health providers deliver tobacco treatment.
It also provides an overview of how tobacco use causes and worsens heart and vascular diseases, respiratory diseases, and cancers. Information is presented to help providers discuss how cessation can reduce the risk of developing disease and the benefits of cessation after diagnosis.
This course provides an overview of the technical features and chemical composition of electronic cigarettes or vaping devices. The known health impacts associated with vaping are described to help guide providers in discussing the risks of vaping with patients who use electronic cigarettes.

CME Courses

Michigan Medicaid and Quitlink Benefits for Tobacco Dependence Treatment

Physicians: maximum of 0.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)
Pharmacists: 0.25 contact hour (.025 CEUs)
Non-physicians: will be eligible for a certificate of completion for 0.25 contact hours.

This accredited education activity provides resources to providers in Michigan to deliver tobacco treatment by accessing Medicaid benefits and the Michigan Tobacco Quitlink benefits.


Best Practices for Tobacco Cessation Using Medication and Behavioral Support

Physicians: maximum of 0.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)
Pharmacists: 0.5 contact hour (.050 CEUs)
Non-physicians: will be eligible for a certificate of completion for 0.5 contact hours.

This accredited patient simulation activity allows you to implement the brief ask, advise and refer intervention with patients who use tobacco, and recommend approved pharmacotherapy that may help patients stop using tobacco.


Special Quitline Programs for Tobacco Cessation

Physicians: maximum of 0.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)
Pharmacists: 0.25 contact hour (.025 CEUs)
Non-physicians: will be eligible for a certificate of completion for 0.25 contact hours.

This accredited education activity describes the evidence for online Quitline programs, and the how tobacco disparities for American Indians, pregnant and postpartum patients, and youth can be addressed through adapted Quitline programs.


Connecting the Harms of Tobacco Use to Chronic Health Conditions

Physicians: maximum of 0.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)
Pharmacists: 0.25 contact hour (.025 CEUs)
Non-physicians: will be eligible for a certificate of completion for 0.25 contact hours.

This accredited education activity provides an overview of how tobacco use causes and worsens heart and vascular diseases, respiratory diseases, and cancers. Information is presented to help providers discuss how cessation can reduce the risk of developing disease and the benefits of cessation after diagnosis.


Tobacco Cessation for Behavioral Health Populations

Physicians: maximum of 0.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)
Pharmacists: 0.25 contact hour (.025 CEUs)
Non-physicians: will be eligible for a certificate of completion for 0.25 contact hours.

This accredited education activity discusses the tobacco use disparity for people with behavioral health conditions, the importance of tobacco cessation, myths about quitting, and how the Quitline can help behavioral health providers deliver tobacco treatment.


Vaping and E-Cigarette Devices: What Are They and How Do They Harm?

Physicians: maximum of 0.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)
Pharmacists: 0.25 contact hour (.025 CEUs)
Non-physicians: will be eligible for a certificate of completion for 0.25 contact hours.

This accredited education activity provides an overview of the technical features and chemical composition of electronic cigarettes or vaping devices. The known health impacts associated with vaping are described to help guide providers in discussing the risks of vaping with patients who use electronic cigarettes.


Conversations for Screening, Responding, and Preventing Vaping

Physicians: maximum of 0.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)
Pharmacists: 0.25 contact hour (.025 CEUs)
Non-physicians: will be eligible for a certificate of completion for 0.25 contact hours.

This accredited education activity provides an introduction to conducting a history of electronic cigarette use, provides a framework for screening and preventing vaping, and expands an evidence-based tobacco treatment approach to address electronic cigarette use.

CNE Courses

Special Topics for Tobacco Cessation

Registered nurses:  maximum of 1.0 nursing contact hours

This course discusses the tobacco use disparity for people with behavioral health conditions, the importance of tobacco cessation, myths about quitting, and how the quitline can help behavioral health providers deliver tobacco treatment.
It also provides an overview of how tobacco use causes and worsens heart and vascular diseases, respiratory diseases, and cancers. Information is presented to help providers discuss how cessation can reduce the risk of developing disease and the benefits of cessation after diagnosis.
This course provides an overview of the technical features and chemical composition of electronic cigarettes or vaping devices. The known health impacts associated with vaping are described to help guide providers in discussing the risks of vaping with patients who use electronic cigarettes.


Implementing a Brief Intervention for Tobacco in Clinical Settings

Registered nurses:  maximum of 1.0 nursing contact hours

This activity provides resources to providers in Michigan to deliver tobacco treatment by accessing Medicaid benefits and the Michigan Tobacco Quitlink benefits.
It also describes the evidence for online Quitline programs, and how tobacco disparities for American Indians, pregnant and postpartum patients, and youth can be addressed through adapted Quitline programs.
Lastly, it includes a patient simulation activity, which allows you to implement the brief ask, advise and refer intervention with patients who use tobacco, and describe approved pharmacotherapy that may help patients stop using tobacco.

CPE Courses

Michigan Medicaid and Quitlink Benefits for Tobacco Dependence Treatment

Physicians: maximum of 0.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)
Pharmacists: 0.25 contact hour (.025 CEUs)
Non-physicians: will be eligible for a certificate of completion for 0.25 contact hours.

This accredited education activity provides resources to providers in Michigan to deliver tobacco treatment by accessing Medicaid benefits and the Michigan Tobacco Quitlink benefits.


Best Practices for Tobacco Cessation Using Medication and Behavioral Support

Physicians: maximum of 0.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)
Pharmacists: 0.5 contact hour (.050 CEUs)
Non-physicians: will be eligible for a certificate of completion for 0.5 contact hours.

This accredited patient simulation activity allows you to implement the brief ask, advise and refer intervention with patients who use tobacco, and recommend approved pharmacotherapy that may help patients stop using tobacco.


Special Quitline Programs for Tobacco Cessation

Physicians: maximum of 0.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)
Pharmacists: 0.25 contact hour (.025 CEUs)
Non-physicians: will be eligible for a certificate of completion for 0.25 contact hours.

This accredited education activity describes the evidence for online Quitline programs, and the how tobacco disparities for American Indians, pregnant and postpartum patients, and youth can be addressed through adapted Quitline programs.


Connecting the Harms of Tobacco Use to Chronic Health Conditions

Physicians: maximum of 0.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)
Pharmacists: 0.25 contact hour (.025 CEUs)
Non-physicians: will be eligible for a certificate of completion for 0.25 contact hours.

This accredited education activity provides an overview of how tobacco use causes and worsens heart and vascular diseases, respiratory diseases, and cancers. Information is presented to help providers discuss how cessation can reduce the risk of developing disease and the benefits of cessation after diagnosis.


Tobacco Cessation for Behavioral Health Populations

Physicians: maximum of 0.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)
Pharmacists: 0.25 contact hour (.025 CEUs)
Non-physicians: will be eligible for a certificate of completion for 0.25 contact hours.

This accredited education activity discusses the tobacco use disparity for people with behavioral health conditions, the importance of tobacco cessation, myths about quitting, and how the Quitline can help behavioral health providers deliver tobacco treatment.


Vaping and E-Cigarette Devices: What Are They and How Do They Harm?

Physicians: maximum of 0.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)
Pharmacists: 0.25 contact hour (.025 CEUs)
Non-physicians: will be eligible for a certificate of completion for 0.25 contact hours.

This accredited education activity provides an overview of the technical features and chemical composition of electronic cigarettes or vaping devices. The known health impacts associated with vaping are described to help guide providers in discussing the risks of vaping with patients who use electronic cigarettes.


Conversations for Screening, Responding, and Preventing Vaping

Physicians: maximum of 0.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)
Pharmacists: 0.25 contact hour (.025 CEUs)
Non-physicians: will be eligible for a certificate of completion for 0.25 contact hours.

This accredited education activity provides an introduction to conducting a history of electronic cigarette use, provides a framework for screening and preventing vaping, and expands an evidence-based tobacco treatment approach to address electronic cigarette use.