Canadian Action Network for the Advancement, Dissemination and Adoption of Practice-Informed Tobacco Treatment (CAN-ADAPTT)
CAN-ADAPTT is a practice-based research network (PBRN) designed to facilitate research and knowledge exchange in the area of tobacco cessation. CAN-ADAPTT engages practitioners and health care/service providers to generate the research question so that results are clinically relevant and readily usable. CAN-ADAPTT members can contribute to the development of a set of Canadian Tobacco Control Guidelines that will evolve as new knowledge is generated.
Centre for Effective Practice (CEP)
CEP is a federally-incorporated, not-for-profit organization enabling appropriate care in primary care through the development and implementation of relevant, evidence-based programs and tools. CEP works to address the growing gap between best evidence and current primary care and producing practical solutions to address the barriers.
Chiefs of Ontario (COO)
COO is a co-ordinating body for 134 First Nation communities located within the boundaries of Ontario. Through its website "Our Time, Our Health
," it offers information and resources on physical activity, nutrition and tobacco cessation for First Nation communities.
Maple Leaf Medical Clinic (MLMC)
MLMC integrates Primary and Specialty health care along with research opportunities in a comunity based setting. With the ongoing and ever-changing advancements in the field of HIV Medicine there is great value in MLMC clinicians being able to interact with other expert colleagues and have access to the latest medications via research studies all under the same roof.
The overall objective of the PREGNETS program is to decrease the negative consequences of tobacco use and environmental tobacco smoke on the woman, fetus, and child by encouraging healthcare providers to include minimal contact interventions into routine assessments and healthcare.
Program Training and Consultation Centre (PTCC)
The Program Training and Consultation Centre (PTCC) is a resource centre of the Smoke-Free Ontario Strategy and the Ontario Health Promotion Resource System (OHPRS), responsible for providing training and technical assistance to health professionals working in tobacco control in Ontario. PTCC works closely with Tobacco Control Area Networks (TCANs) and Ontario public health units.
Southern Ontario Aboriginal Diabetes Initiative (SOADI)
SOADI supports Aboriginal communities working to decrease the high incidence of diabetes and its complications through prevention, intervention and management activities.
The STOP Program
The STOP (Stop Smoking Therapy for Ontario Patients) Program is a research study evaluating the effectiveness of providing free Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT) to people who use tobacco, in Ontario, via different distribution methods.
The University of Ottawa Heart Institute
The University of Ottawa Heart Institute provides both in-patient (the Ottawa Model for Smoking Cessation) and out-patient (the Quit Smoking Program) tobacco cessation service.
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