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
https://www.quitnowkentucky.org/providers_partners/default.aspx

2) Destination Tobacco-Free: A Practical Tool for Hospitals & Health Systems 2013 toolkit
http://smokingcessationleadership.ucsf.edu/Downloads/dtf_2013_toolkit.pdf

3) Cease Smoking Today, resources for providers including video demonstrations for various provider and patient types
http://www.ceasesmoking2day.com/

4) Smoking Cessation For Pregnancy And Beyond: A Virtual Clinic (4.5 free CME/CE credits)
https://www.smokingcessationandpregnancy.org/

5) American College of Chest Physicians Free Tobacco Dependence Treatment Toolkit
http://tobaccodependence.chestnet.org/

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
http://www.cecentral.com/ManagingNicotineWithdrawal

7) Sustained Care Intervention and Postdischarge Smoking Cessation Among Hospitalized Adults
http://jama.jamanetwork.com/article.aspx?articleid=1896984

8) UKanQuit: The University of Kansas Hospital Patient Tobacco Cessation Program
http://www.prevent.org//data/files/actiontoquit/ukanquit%20study_final.pdf

9) Smoking Among Hospitalized Patients: Another Opportunity to Improve Patients' Health
http://smokingcessationleadership.ucsf.edu/Downloads/schroeder_smokingamonghospitalizedpatients_comm_archinternmed2012.pdf?utm_source=Tobacco+Free+for+Recovery+Communiqu%C3%A9+%2338&utm_campaign=Communique+%2338&utm_medium=email

10) Partnership for Prevention Site Dedicated to Resources for Tobacco Treatment in Hospitals
http://www.actiontoquit.org/hospitals

11) Addressing Tobacco Use Through Healthcare Systems-A Policy Brief
www.prevent.org/data/files/actiontoquit/policy brief health systems warner_final.pdf

12) Community Health Centers – Helping Your Patients Quit Tobacco Use
http://www.prevent.org/data/files/actiontoquit/leg-community_health_report_inside_final_web_101013.pdf

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
http://hospitalsbirt.webs.com/NEJM%20Perspective%20March%2014%202012%20Joint%20Commission%20Tobacco%20Cessation%20Performance%20Measure.pdf

14) Helping Patients Quit: Implementing the Joint Commission Tobacco Measure Set in Your Hospital, Partnership for Prevention, Action to Quit. (2012)
http://www.prevent.org/data/files/resourcedocs/hpq,%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)
http://www.ctri.wisc.edu/hospitals

16) University of Wisconsin Center for Tobacco Research and Intervention (UW-CTRI)
http://www.ctri.wisc.edu/HC.Providers/healthcare.htm

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. 
http://smokingcessationleadership.ucsf.edu/nasmhpd_toolkit_updated_april_2011.pdf

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
https://www.quitnowkentucky.org/

2) LiveHelp confidential online text chat feature from NCI
https://livehelp.cancer.gov

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

4) Legacy program to help "Re-learn life without cigarettes."
http://www.becomeanex.org/

5) Centers for Disease Control TIPS campaign 
http://www.cdc.gov/tobacco/campaign/tips/

6) American Lung Association's Freedom From Smoking
www.ffsonline.org/