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Community of Practice Implementing Tobacco Cessation Programming Webinar Series: Learning Objectives
Research indicates that there is an approximate 17 year gap between translation of health evidence and actual practice, with only 14% of research evidence incorporated into day-to-day practice.
The TEACH Project’s new 3-part evidence-based Community of Practice webinar series titled “Implementing Tobacco Cessation Programming” explores the framework and recommended strategies to successfully implement tobacco cessation within different settings. The series begins with identifying the Centre for Disease Control’s Interactive Systems Framework, and how this framework can be adopted into practice. The webinars will draw on the experience of the MacKay Manor in the Addictions Sector and Cancer Care Ontario’s tobacco cessation implementation within Regional Cancer Programs.
There is also a Community of Practice Listserv for practitioners who complete our Core Course. To self-register, go to our "Listserv" tab.
At the end of this webinar participants will be able to:
1. Describe the Centre for Disease Control’s Integrated System Framework and apply the knowledge to disseminate and implement tobacco cessation programming.
2. Examine the dissemination and implementation of tobacco cessation programming within two practice settings and populations:
a. Addiction Agencies
b. Regional Cancer Programs