TTS Continuing Education
Current TTS continuing education credits opportunities are listed below:
1. How to conduct Tobacco Treatment in Groups
Date: June 21, 2019. Specific date and time to be posted at a later date, $150/participant
Description: Learn techniques for applying tobacco treatment in a group setting. A course for TTSs and health care workers with experience in cognitive/behavioral treatment strategies and pharmacotherapy in tobacco dependence.
Audience: Recommended for those who have completed the UMass TTS Core Training or other CTTTP accredited TTS training. Those who have extensive experience in 1:1 tobacco treatment may sign up as well.
Location: Hilton Garden Inn in Worcester, 35 Major Taylor Boulevard, Worcester, MA, 01608.
Registration: To register and pay $150 with a credit card click here. To pay by check or money order click here.
Cancelation Policy: If you cancel your registration 2 weeks prior to the course, your fee is refundable less a $50 processing charge. After that date NO refunds will be given. Substitutions must be approved by the course director. There will be a $50 fee charged for each substitution.
Contact Information: For any questions about this training e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Smoking Cessation for Pregnancy and Beyond: A Virtual Clinic
This is a free, interactive Web-based program designed by Dartmouth Medical School in collaboration with CDC. It's goal is for health care professionals to hone their skills in assisting pregnant women to quit smoking. Various continuing education credits are available. To learn more about this program go to: https://www.smokingcessationandpregnancy.org/
3. Certificate of Intensive Training in Motivational Interviewing
University of Massachusetts Medical School is offering an intensive training in motivational interviewing. This is a 5 session course that provides in-depth training and coaching in motivational interviewing. While designed for providers working in Patient Centered Medical Homes it is open to all practitioners. There are in-person and on-line options. To learn more go to: http://www.umassmed.edu/cipc/motivational-interviewing/overview/
4. The Smoking Cessation Leadership Center
The Smoking Cessation Leadership Center(SCLC) is a national program that aims to increase smoking cessation rates. The program also works to increase the number of health professionals who help smokers quit. The Center offers webinars on tobacco cessation. To view the or attend the webinars go to http://smokingcessationleadership.ucsf.edu/Webinars.htm
5. Addiction Technology Transfer Center Network
ATTC is a nationwide, multidisciplinary resource for professionals in the addictions treatment and recovery services field. For a list of addiction treatment course offerings visit their site at http://www.attcnetwork.org
6. Varenicline: Where are we today?
Tobacco Related Disease Research Program (TRDRP), hosted a live webcast “Varenicline: Where are we today?”. TRDP is administered by the University of California. To access the archived webcast visit their site at http://lecture.ucsf.edu
7. Association for the Treatment of Tobacco Use and Dependence
ATTUD is an organization of providers dedicated to the promotion of and increased access to evidence-based tobacco treatment. For a list of Tobacco meetings and Conferences visit their website at http://www.attud.org/tobacco-nicotine-meets.php
8. LaraSig: Health Professional Student Training
This program has web-based trainings that provide support tools to clinicians, researchers, and consumers on a variety of health-related topics. Tobacco treatment training is one of the featured health-related topics. To learn more go to their website at http://www.larasig.com/studentwelcome