Our on-demand professional development modules for health care professionals are getting refreshed! They will be available soon with a new interface, new credit offerings, and new module content. Please contact us with questions or to schedule a discussion about a group training or assistance with systems change for your practice.
QuitWorks-NH created a series of on-demand professional development modules that are FREE, On-Demand, Self-Paced, and offer Continuing Education Credits. The modules demonstrate evidence-based tobacco treatment strategies designed to accommodate hectic clinical schedules.
Continuing Education Credits are available in the form of 0.5 Nursing Contact Hour and Continuing Medical Education (CME) for a maximum of .5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ for each module. The program evaluation and credit documentation must be completed to receive the continuing education credits or a certificate of completion.
To learn about how to become a certified Tobacco Treatment Specialist visit: Education and Training.
|Ask, Assist, Refer: Engaging Your Patients to Quit Tobacco
Learn how to conduct a brief tobacco intervention using the 2As & R model (Ask, Assist and Refer) and how to link your patients to QuitNow-NH.
|Pharmacotherapy and Tobacco Treatment with Your Patients
Get tips on using the seven US FDA approved cessation medications, dosing nicotine replacement therapies (NRT) for those trying to quit e-cigarettes and the special considerations for use during pregnancy and while taking other medications.
|Helping Patients Quit through Motivational Interviewing Strategies
Increase patients’ confidence and readiness to quit tobacco through Motivational Interviewing.
|Supporting Pregnant and Postpartum Women to Quit Tobacco
Hear from a variety of New Hampshire providers who work with women who use tobacco before, during and after their pregnancy.
|Talk with Your Young Patients about Vaping: Hear What Experts Have to Say
NH experts share strategies, resources and straight-forward facts to start conversations with your young patients.
Contact the Tobacco Prevention and Cessation Program at TPCP@dhhs.nh.gov