Fundamentals of Tobacco Interventions Toolkit
BUILD TOBACCO CESSATION CAPACITY IN YOUR COMMUNITY WITH “FUNDAMENTALS OF TOBACCO INTERVENTIONS”
Fundamentals of Tobacco Interventions (FTI) is a toolkit for graduates of the TEACH Certificate Program to design, facilitate, build, and increase capacity in tobacco cessation programs in their organizations. It is a condensed adaptation of the TEACH comprehensive Core Course, organized into three general modules: (1) Environment; (2) Behaviour; and (3) Medication. This manual is a resource for practitioners interested in holding their own trainings, adapted to the specific needs of their audience.
The Fundamentals of Tobacco Interventions Toolkit Includes:
Instructions for Facilitators
Tips and Resources to Improve Presentation Skills
PowerPoint Slides with Speakers Notes
Tools and Resources for Participants and Clients
Evaluation and Learner Self-Assessments
All materials included in the Fundamentals of Tobacco Interventions as well as the verbal presentation and any discussions, set out only general principles and approaches to assessment and treatment pertaining to tobacco cessation interventions. They do not constitute clinical or other advice as to any particular situations and do not replace the need for individualized clinical assessment and treatment plans by health care professionals with knowledge of the specific circumstances.