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Welcome to the Nicotine Dependence Services​ Website​

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 What We Do

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​Treatment

 

Are you trying to quit smoking or know someone who is? Explore the treatment options available in Ontario.

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Research

 

Our innovative research focuses on ways to improve the quality of services for those trying to quit smoking.

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Education

 

Training Enhancement in Applied Counselling and Health (TEACH) Project provides training in tobacco dependence treatment for service providers.​

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Knowledge Translation

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We use research findings to improve the quality of clinical services we offer at our clinic.​

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Featured Project: TECC-Y

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Technology-Enabled Collaborative Care for Youth is a program dedicated to young people with early psychosis.

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Featured Project: NRT to Effect

 

The NRT2E study tests the effectiveness of personalized dosing of NRT compared to standard dosing.

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 By the Numbers

243,285 
Patients treated
329
Partner organizations
6,000
Practitioners trained
1​0
University accredited
courses

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 News and Events

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Upcoming Events​​
  
STOP On The Road Workshop
Jul 23, 2019 1:00 PMNorth Bay Parry Sound District Health Unit, North Bay
STOP On The Road Workshop
Jul 23, 2019 6:00 PMWindsor-Essex County Health Unit, Windsor
STOP On The Road Workshop
Jul 24, 2019 1:30 PMKingston, Frontenac and Lennox & Addington Public Health Unit, Kingston
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Latest News
  
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Harvey Stancer Research Day 2019
The Harvey Stancer Research Day is the major research conference for the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Toronto. Our researchers will be presenting synopses of the work being done at the NDS. To access our presentation, click here.
E-Cigarettes Research Study at the NDS
The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) invites people who regularly use electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) only or alongside smoking tobacco cigarettes to participate in a study looking at differences of nicotine and other substances found in their urine. For more information, please visit this webpage.
E-Cigarettes Resources
CAMH NDS is currently reviewing the evidence on e-cigarettes and vaping (ENDS) and will be developing recommendations to help inform our approach to addressing ENDS use among our clients. These will focus on the potential benefits and risks of using ENDS, the efficacy of these products on tobacco cessation and how to discuss these products with clients. In the meantime, here are some resources to provide guidance: Health Canada Consultations on The Future of Torbacco Control , Public Health Ontario Literature Review on E-Cig , OTRU Report on E-Cig Use For Smoking Cessation , An Evidence Update on E-Cig by Public Health England