Gain in-depth knowledge and skills in nicotine addiction and smoking cessation to work in primary and allied healthcare as a tobacco treatment and smoking cessation specialist.
Hosted by A/Prof Renee Bittoun (Founding Editor-in-Chief of The Journal of Smoking Cessation) along with other experts in the field of smoking cessation. A/Prof Bittoun has been teaching this course for over 15 years, regularly updating the content and has many years of experience in clinical practice and professional training regarding smoking cessation.
Topics: Causes, consequences, treatment and research of smoking cessation, nicotine addiction and appropriate evidence based smoking cessation techniques in practical application. Our aim is to improve the implementation and evaluation of programs in Smoking Cessation. This 3 day course includes a USB stick with course materials and a certificate of attendance is awarded on completion.
This course is suitable for health practitioners who have an undergraduate degree in medical/para medical allied health and intend on dedicating a large component of their professional career to smoking cessation.
This is a post-graduate level course. There will be an end of course assessment.
When: 3 day course. 9am to 5pm on Monday 1 May, Tuesday 2 May, Wednesday 3 May 2017
Location: Woolcock Institute of Medical Research - 431 Glebe Point Road, Glebe NSW 2037