Treating Tobacco Use and Dependence in Kentucky Hospitals - 2nd Edition: Additional Resources

Treating Tobacco Use and Dependence in Kentucky Hospitals - 2nd Edition: Additional Resources

Additional Continuing Education/Provider Links:

1) Website to refer patients for free proactive calls from the KY Quit Line (1-800-QUIT-NOW) and possible free nicotine replacement, as well as incentive payments to pregnant patients

2) Destination Tobacco-Free: A Practical Tool for Hospitals & Health Systems 2013 toolkit

3) Cease Smoking Today, resources for providers including video demonstrations for various provider and patient types

4) Smoking Cessation For Pregnancy And Beyond: A Virtual Clinic (4.5 free CME/CE credits)

5) American College of Chest Physicians Free Tobacco Dependence Treatment Toolkit

6) Free University of Kentucky Video Webcast CE Modules on Managing Nicotine Withdrawal Specifically in Cardiovascular, General Surgery, Neurology, Oncology, and Trauma/Orthopedics Areas of Practice

7) Sustained Care Intervention and Postdischarge Smoking Cessation Among Hospitalized Adults

8) UKanQuit: The University of Kansas Hospital Patient Tobacco Cessation Program

9) Smoking Among Hospitalized Patients: Another Opportunity to Improve Patients' Health

10) Partnership for Prevention Site Dedicated to Resources for Tobacco Treatment in Hospitals

11) Addressing Tobacco Use Through Healthcare Systems-A Policy Brief brief health systems warner_final.pdf

12) Community Health Centers – Helping Your Patients Quit Tobacco Use

13) Will hospitals do the right thing?  The 2012 Joint Commission tobacco use performance measure set Fiore M, Goplerud E, Schroeder SA. (2012). N Eng J Med. 366: 1172-74

14) Helping Patients Quit: Implementing the Joint Commission Tobacco Measure Set in Your Hospital, Partnership for Prevention, Action to Quit. (2012),%20full,%20final,%2010-31-11.pdf

15) Treating Tobacco Use and Dependence in Hospitalized Patients: A Practical Guide, Center for Tobacco Research and Intervention, University of Washington. (2012)

16) University of Wisconsin Center for Tobacco Research and Intervention (UW-CTRI)

17) The RECORDING for SCLC's and ATTUD's webinar, “Practical Applications of the New Joint Commission Tobacco Standards – Revenue and Clinical Opportunities for Tobacco Specialists and Hospital Administrators", May 14, 2012 (90 Minutes)

  • CLICK HERE to hear the recording
  • CLICK HERE for the post webinar questions and answers from our expert speaker panel

17) Tobacco-free Living in Psychiatric Settings- National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors Toolkit.

Patient Resource Links:

1) Quit Now Kentucky offers Kentucky residents free access to online quit tools, support from other tobacco users who are trying to quit, and enrollment with 1-800-QUIT-NOW

2) LiveHelp confidential online text chat feature from NCI

3) National Cancer Institute's (NCI) website including special sections for women, teens, those who speak Spanish, etc.

4) Legacy program to help "Re-learn life without cigarettes."

5) Centers for Disease Control TIPS campaign

6) American Lung Association's Freedom From Smoking