AlbertaQuits Learning Series
The Tobacco Reduction Program provides training units and education opportunities that build-upon and enhance the knowledge and skill development of AHS health professionals and community stakeholders to effectively address tobacco use prevention, protection and cessation.
Research shows that receiving support and advice from a health professional specially trained in commercial tobacco cessation can double a person's chances of successfully quitting. The AlbertaQuits Learning Series includes online and classroom learning units to deliver comprehensive training and best practice guidance to participants. The AlbertaQuits Learning Series also prepares healthcare professionals for the opportunity to write the national Certified Tobacco Educator (CTE) exam through the Canadian Network for Respiratory Care (CNRC). For the current list of available tobacco-related courses including the Foundational Health Educator training please refer to the AlbertaQuits website.
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Hours of Operation
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Service Providers May Include
doctors, educators, pharmacists, registered nurses (RNs), respiratory therapists, social workers, tobacco counsellors
Visit AlbertaQuits for all current and available healthcare provider tobacco-related training options. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further assistance.