Dr. Brenna VanFrank, MD, MSPH is the senior medical officer in the Office on Smoking and Health (OSH) at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). She is responsible for providing input on the medical aspects of OSH’s scientific research and communications and serves as a scientific and medical consultant for OSH programs and projects. Dr. VanFrank joined CDC in 2014 as an Epidemic Intelligence Service officer and has worked on a variety of public health topics. She has particular interest in the integration of healthcare and public health and the use of epidemiologic data for public health action. Dr. VanFrank is board certified in pediatrics and preventive medicine and is a member of the national Delta Omega Honorary Society in public health.
Describe a comprehensive treatment approach to tobacco use and dependence
Identify at least three strategies for integrating tobacco treatment into routine care
Explain how population-level strategies can extend and support clinical tobacco dependence treatment
Describe how the Tobacco Cessation Change Package can assist professionals in behavioral health settings to integrate tobacco treatment into routine care
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- Dr. VanFrank answers questions from the webinar that weren't addressed due to time