Tobacco Cessation Resources

The following Tobacco Cessation resources were developed in response to requests by Region VIII CHC clinicians for effective tobacco cessation strategies. Community Health Centers are encouraged to print these resources for their own use.

Please click or scroll down for:
Evidence Based Clinical Guidelines
Tobacco Cessation Provider Education Resources
Tobacco Cessation Patient Education Resources
Other Online Resources
National Quitlines

EVIDENCE BASED CLINICAL GUIDELINES

Tobacco and Secondhand Smoke Exposure Guideline
HealthTeamWorks
2009

Treating Tobacco Use and Dependence: 2008 Update
U.S. Department of Health and Human Resources
2008

TOBACCO CESSATION PROVIDER EDUCATION RESOURCES

Resources for Healthcare Providers
HealthTeamWorks
Resources include perinatal smoking cessation protocols, A Quick Primer…to Counseling Tobacco Cessation video, webinars, and more

TOBACCO CESSATION PATIENT EDUCATION RESOURCES

The following information has been collected to assist providers with patient education, one piece of an effective tobacco cessation strategy. To provide your patients with appropriate tobacco cessation materials, identify the material that best suits your patient, then click on the title and share the information with your patient (by copying the pages or participating in online interaction).

Quitting
(Online Class;
registration required)Freedom From Smoking ® Online
(American Lung Association)

TOPIC
(TYPE OF MATERIAL):
TITLE OF MATERIAL
(SOURCE):
Smoking: Consequences
(Webpage with links to printable resources)
Health Consequences of Smoking: Report of the Surgeon General May 27,2004
(US Department of Health and Human Services)
Smoking: Consequences
(Webpage with links to printable resources)
2006 Surgeon General’s Report- The Health Consequences of Involuntary Exposure to Tobacco Smoke
(Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
Smoking: Consequences
(Webpage with links to printable resources)
Health Consequences of Smoking on the Body
(National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion)
Quitting: How To
(Webpage with links)
Getting Help to Quit Smoking
(American Lung Association)
Quitting
(Online Guide with printable version)
Smokefree.gov
(National Institutes of Health, US Department of Health & Human Services, FirstGov)
Tools for Patients
(Patient Education Handouts and Rx Assistance)
Clinicians.org/Tobacco Free
Association of Clinicians for the Underserved
Tools for Patients
(Overview, Interventions, Resources, and National Data )
Healthy People 2020
(Department of Health and Human Services)

 

Note: Please be aware that the Internet and tobacco cessation research are both dynamic environments and the chosen links may change at anytime. For additional information, please browse the Other Online Resources (below).

OTHER ONLINE RESOURCES

American Cancer Society
www.cancer.org

American Legacy Foundation
www.legacyforhealth.org

American Lung Association
www.lungusa.org

Association of Clinicians for the Underserved, Tobacco Free
www.clinicians.org/tobaccofree/

BeTobaccoFree.gov
www.betobaccofree.gov

Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids
www.tobaccofreekids.org

National Cancer Institute
www.cancer.gov/cancertopics

NATIONAL QUITLINES

National Quitline Map
North American Quitline Consortium
www.naquitline.org/?page=mappage