How To Help People Quit

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The American Lung Association’s How To Help People Quit training is a free, one-hour online course including four interactive learning modules designed to further enhance understanding of the Lung Association’s core beliefs about tobacco cessation, as well as understanding behavior changes, interventions and treatment needed to help people quit for good.

Specifically, participants of this course will enhance their skill set in recognizing types of resistance to change, conducting brief interventions, utilizing principles of Motivational Interviewing to resolve uncertainty, identify FDA-approved medications to help individuals break tobacco dependency and connect quitters with American Lung Association’s tobacco cessation resources for both youth and adults.

Become a lung champion and complete this course to be a navigator of the cessation process, increase effective quit attempts, lead efforts towards fostering healthier tobacco-free generations and further build tobacco-free communities.

This program is provided by the American Lung Association and is designed to provide continuing education for tobacco treatment providers. It is accredited by the Council for Tobacco Treatment Training Programs to award 1 continuing education contact hours for tobacco treatment providers who successfully complete the program.