TEACH Core Course
The TEACH core course is the integral introductory course for providers.
An Interprofessional Comprehensive Course on Treating Tobacco Use Disorder
This online introductory course will help learners to screen, assess, and treat people with tobacco dependence using evidence-based pharmacotherapies and psychosocial interventions. Tools and techniques for enhancing motivation and facilitating cessation groups are also covered. Core Core Competencies and CanMEDS.pdf
TEACH Specialty Courses
TEACH provides a range of courses that focus on specific knowledge and practice for different providers.
Tobacco Interventions for Clients with Mental Illness and/or Substance Use Disorders
This course focuses on knowledge, skills, and abilities to provide a client-centred biopsychosocial approach to detect, screen, engage, and treat patients with a mental illness and/or substance use disorder focused around tobacco use. Learners will be able to apply these skills with individuals who use tobacco to detect common mental illnesses and other substance use disorders as well as design a treatment approach.
MISUD Course Competencies and CanMEDS.pdf
Tobacco Interventions for First Nations, Inuit, and Métis Populations
This online specialized course is designed for the learner to develop the knowledge, skills, and abilities to provide a holistic, patient-centred, biopsychosocial approach to screen, engage, and treat commercial tobacco use among First Nations, Inuit, and Métis populations. The learner will also be able to apply these skills, develop treatment in collaboration with patients, and refer as necessary. FNIM Course Competencies and CanMEDS.pdf
Adapting Substance Use Treatment for People with Acquired Brain Injury
This course is designed to help healthcare providers recognize the signs of acquired brain injury (ABI) in their clients living with substance use disorder (SUD) and give them the tools to confidently support their clients through their recovery journey.
Integrated Chronic Disease Management and Prevention: A Person-centered Approach to Addressing Tobacco and other Modifiable Risk Factors
This course examines major modifiable risk factors (i.e., alcohol, stress, sleep, nutrition, and physical activity) for chronic disease management, their contribution to major non-communicable chronic diseases, and their impact on tobacco and tobacco dependence treatment. This course also highlights best practices and integrated strategies to address multiple modifiable risk factors during tobacco dependence treatment. CDP Course Competencies and CanMEDS.pdf
Gestion et Prévention Intégrées Des Maladies Chroniques|
Ce cours qui est offert en ligne offrira aux participants les connaissances, les compétences et les aptitudes voulues pour adopter une approche biopsychosociale centrée sur le client pour le dépistage, la mobilisation et le traitement de clients qui consomment du tabac et présentent divers facteurs de risque modifiables.