Welco​me to the TEACH Project

The Training Enhancement in Applied Counselling and Health (TEACH) Project is a knowledge translation initiative that builds interprofessional capacity in evidence-based tobacco dependence treatment among health care providers across diverse health and social service settings.

The specialized training in tobacco cessation counselling offered via the TEACH program gives providers the knowledge and tools they need to feel confident in delivering cessation interventions to their clients.

TEACH offers a variety of training supports and resources for health care providers to support them with delivering tobacco dependence treatment. To learn more about TEACH, click he​​re.

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Upcoming Courses​

  • Integrated Chronic Disease Management and Prevention (February 19 - March 25, 2020) French and English available!
  • Tobacco Interventions of First Nations, Inuit, and Métis Populations (February 19 - March 25, 2020)

Click here to register for upcoming courses offered by TEACH!

TEACH Webinars

  • North York Family Health Team Smoking Cessation Program​ on February 26, 2020
  • Expert Panel Q&A on Vaping: What do we do while we wait for the evidence?​  Watch now! ​

For more information about TEACH web​inars, click here.

Interested in requesting a training?

If your organization is interested in an online or in-person training that is tailored to your specific setting, please fill out the training request form below and email a copy to teach@camh.ca. Our TEACH team is happy to work with you to assess your learning and logistical needs and determine next steps.​

To access the training request form, click here: Training Request Form.pdf

​​TEACH Testimonials

Why Take TEACH? A Practice Leader Perspective

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​If you are interested in hearing additional testimonials from TEACH Practice Leaders, please visit our youtube-256.pngYouTube Page.​​​​