Online TEACH certificate program on treating tobacco use disorder

TEACH Core Course Offerings Applications are now open!

Dates: August 17 to September 21, 2016

The TEACH Project has a primary goal of reducing the prevalence of tobacco use in Ontario by increasing identification and treatment capacity by health and allied practitioners from diverse disciplines and service settings. The TEACH Project is funded by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care as part of the Smoke-Free Ontario initiative, in order to offer accessible, evidence-based training and continuing professional education.

Core course: An Interprofessional Comprehensive Course on Treating Tobacco Use Disorder

This online introductory course will help learners to screen, assess and treat people with tobacco dependence using evidence-base pharmacotherapies and psycho-social interventions. Tools and techniques for enhancing motivation.

Pre-Requisite:

Ontario Tobacco Research Unit (OTRU) Online Course
(Can be completed prior to or after acceptance into the TEACH Core Course)

Course Fee:

Within Ontario: $200
Outside Ontario: $350

Registration is now open. To apply, visit the TEACH website at www.teachproject.caand go to Certificate Program --> Apply Online.

For more information, contact teach [at] camh [dot] ca or call 416-535-8501 ext. 31600.

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