Smoking Cessation for Pregnancy and Beyond: A Virtual Clinic

This is an interactive Web-based program designed for health care professionals to hone their skills in assisting pregnant women to quit smoking. Up to 5.25 hours of continuing education credits can be earned by completing the practicum that was developed by the Interactive Media Laboratory, Dartmouth Medical School in collaboration with the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, the Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.



Clinician Assisted Tobacco Cessation Curriculum
A comprehensive tobacco cessation education tool that provides not only clinicians and students, but also clinical staff, with the knowledge and skills necessary to offer comprehensive tobacco cessation counseling to patients who use tobacco. It covers information about the epidemiology of tobacco use, pharmacotherapy, and brief behavioral interventions.

The following versions are also available:

    • The 5 A’s
    • Ask-Advise-Refer
    • Psychiatry
    • Cancer Care Providers
    • Cardiology Providers
    • Mental Health Peer Counselors
    • Surgical Providers

For a comprehensive, 3-part training webinar on Rx for Change, see: Tobacco Cessation Education, A Training Program for Faculty. Originally created for faculty to add Rx for Change into their cirrculum, this webinar is useful and open to all audiences. Free CE credit is available.


Certified Tobacco Treatment Specialist (CTTS)

Training programs listed on the ATTUD website

Council for Tobacco Treatment Training Programs Accreditation for Tobacco Treatment Specialist Training Programs


Managing Nicotine Withdrawal

From the University of Kentucky, Managing Nicotine Withdrawal provides free CME, CPE credit for healthcare providers interested in improving their skills treating tobacco dependence. A general overview and your choice of 5 specialty-focused modules provide up to 2 hours of credit. Expert clinicians in cardiology, orthopedics/trauma, oncology, neurology, and surgery present evidence-based, practical information tailored for treating patients with these various medical concerns.


Student Veterans and Tobacco Cessation

CYAN’s Military Program, Project UNIFORM, developed this webinar series, Opportunities to Provide Tobacco Cessation Services to Student Veterans. The series is designed for college health professionals interested in providing tobacco cessation services to Student Veterans.


New York State: Tobacco Recovery Resource Exchange

This resource hub helps health professionals integrate evidence-based tobacco interventions into prevention, treatment, and recovery programs. This site offers online trainings and provides helpful documents and toolkits that can be downloaded.