Ask Counsel Treat (ACT)
The Address Youth Cessation Training (ACT) is a one-hour course that provides an overview for healthcare professionals, school personnel and community members in youth-supportive roles to conduct a brief intervention for teens who use tobacco, especially those at high-risk. Based on the American Academy of Pediatrics’ Youth Tobacco Cessation: Considerations for Clinicians, the course outlines the steps of Ask, Counsel, Treat, and provides guidance, support and best practices for effectively delivering ACT as a brief intervention for adolescents who identify as tobacco users, including e-cigarettes.
You can register to complete this free on-demand training on Lung.Training/courses/act-to-address-youth-cessation. For questions, email NOT@lung.org.
Ask, Advise, Refer to Quit Don’t Switch
The American Lung Association’s Ask, Advise, Refer to Quit Don’t Switch training is a one-hour on-demand, online course that provides an overview for healthcare professionals and community members. Based on the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Clinical Practice Guidelines for Treating Tobacco Use and Dependence, the training outlines the steps of Ask-Advise-Refer and provides guidance, support and best practices for effectively delivering a brief intervention for people who identify as tobacco users, including people who use e-cigarettes.
Every Smoker, Every Time
Every Smoker, Every Time is a free online training that provides entry-level tobacco-use-related education on dependence treatments and practices found in the AHRQ guidelines for behavioral and primary health care staff, pharmacists, counselors, social workers, dental providers, and others. Every Smoker, Every Time includes information on effective brief intervention, Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT), and referral options.
The American Lung Association offers health education courses to the public to join our mission to save lives by improving lung health and preventing lung disease. See our course offering below and get started!
Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center
Health Needs 2020 Assessment Reports – Regional Profiles
Facilitators are able to access a catalog of all print literature that is available, view pricing and place an order for FFS materials through our new print store. Please submit prior to the start of your clinic, preferable two full weeks before.
- Learn more about data reports and resources from Pennsylvania’s Department of Health
Vaping: Know the Truth will help guide teachers and empower teens who vape to quit, or to never start in the first place. The curriculum will be available to schools across the country.