To ensure CAN-ADAPTT's guideline is usable and implementable in a variety of settings across Canada, a number of strategies have been developed, including:
Health care providers, researchers, policy makers and other stakeholders are invited to contribute to the Clinical Considerations heading of each guideline section as listed below. Clinical considerations are intended to contain information supporting the Summary Statements, such as how to best implement the statements, important implications for specific practice settings and other key considerations.
Counselling & Psychosocial Approaches
Mental Health and/or Other Addiction(s)
Pregnant and Breastfeeding Women
Youth (Children and Adolescents)
We have developed a slide deck, available in both French and English, which provides detailed information on CAN-ADAPTT’s Clinical Practice Guideline with a focus on the summary statements. This slide deck is intended for use in settings including workshops, courses, presentations and wherever you may find it useful to share information on CAN-ADAPTT.
Please click here to download the English version: CAN-ADAPTT Slide Deck English.pdf
And here to download the French version: CAN-ADAPTT slide deck French.pdf
The TEACH Project is a training and education program for health care practitioners seeking to learn specialized knowledge and skills to deliver effective, evidence-based smoking cessation interventions. The TEACH Project has developed a series of clinical education videos on motivational interviewing and group facilitation intervention techniques. These videos are available on the TEACH Project YouTube channel.