Preparing for the Integration of Tobacco Use Treatment into Healthcare

A Professional Development Course

Requirement for the designation of

Master Tobacco Treatment Specialist

Integration of Tobacco Use Treatment into Healthcare is a 5-day, highly interactive training program for working healthcare professionals, designed to help providers develop directorship-level skills in tobacco dependence treatment. Participants deepen their expertise through concentrated examination of accepted standards of care, analysis of current research findings, and hands-on application of tobacco treatment principles. Successful participants receive a Certificate of Professional Development from the Perelman School of Medicine, and will qualify for designation as Master Tobacco Treatment Specialist (CTTS-M) after fulfilling additional clinical requirements.

The Course is organized into 5 uniquely themed, day-long seminars. Each day’s seminar is designed to be self-contained, with feasible mastery of the learning objectives independent of attendance at prior seminars. This unique structure allows for flexible scheduling, with participants able to attend seminars on dates that minimize conflict with their work schedule. At least once annually, the Course is offered in its entirety on 5 consecutive days for trainees who prefer a concentrated experience.

The course is appropriate for healthcare providers from disciplines with both direct and indirect patient care responsibility. The syllabus is designed to be applicable to the needs of most professionals involved in the treatment of tobacco dependence, including but not limited to:

  • Physicians
  • Advanced Practice Nurses
  • Physician Assistants
  • Psychologists
  • Nurses
  • Addiction Counselors
  • Community Educators
  • Health System Administrators
  • Insurance Industry Executives
  • Public Health Officials

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