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Tobacco Cessation: Everyone Has A Role

Tobacco Cessation: Everyone Has A Role

Tobacco Cessation: Everyone Has A Role

Stephen Michael, MS
Stephen Michael, MS
on behalf of Texas Pharmacy Association

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Launch date: 13 Mar 2017
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Last updated: 15 Mar 2017

Reference: 172191

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Description

A comprehensive presentation on: Tobacco Cessation

Objectives

Objectives
At the completion of this activity, the participant will be able to:

1.State the current impact of tobacco and how Arizona addresses the tobacco issue
2.Describe the core components of a bio-psycho-social model for addressing tobacco dependence
3.Outline current best-practices for tobacco cessation including the impact of medications and behavioral interventions
4.Outline the 5A's for tobacco interventions for healthcare providers
5.Discuss the benefits of the 2A's and R model of healthcare provider interventions.
Stephen Michael, MS

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Stephen Michael, MS
on behalf of Texas Pharmacy Association

Stephen Michael, MS For the University of Arizona graduate who has worked with public health issues for most of his career, the position was a perfect fit for Arizona Smokers Helpline (ASHLine) director, Stephen Michael, MS. "It is a great combination to be able to work in behavioral health and academia, Michael said, I like the idea of the helpline. It provides an arena that’s not available to people who have other addictions. ASHLine deals with the largest public health issue when it comes to health.For the University of Arizona graduate who has worked with public health issues for most of his career, the position was a perfect fit for Arizona Smokers Helpline (ASHLine) director, Stephen Michael, MS. "It is a great combination to be able to work in behavioral health and academia, Michael said, I like the idea of the helpline. It provides an arena that’s not available to people who have other addictions. ASHLine deals with the largest public health issue when it comes to health care." ASHLine helps Arizona residents who want to quit smoking with services that include telephone counseling on an individual basis, web-based services, and printed materials. Since its inception in 1995, ASHLine has received more than 10,000 calls each year. Michael has previously worked with the Bureau of Tobacco and Chronic Disease (BTCD), which is a part of the Arizona Department of Health Services. He also has worked as a health care consultant to hospitals, health care centers and medical practices all over the country, in addition to working with teens and youth in mentoring and anti-drug programs. Michael is a licensed substance abuse counselor who received a Bachelor of Science degree in Family Studies/Child Development, with a minor in Psychology and Interpreting for the Deaf, and a Master of Science degree in Rehabilitation Counseling, with focuses on Deafness and Substance Abuse, both from the UA. Education: MS Rehabilitation Counseling, University of Arizona, 1988. BS Family Studies/Child Development, University of Arizona, 1986

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This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE)
  • 1.00 Hours -
    Exam Pass Rate: 75
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    Reference: 0154-9999-15-056-L01-P

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