Session 1 of this 6-session training series includes information on tobacco use rates, master settlement agreement and tobacco industry documents library, daily, non-daily, and social smoking, and social norms.
Session two includes information about new, emerging and alternative tobacco products, tobacco industry marketing strategies and promotions.
Topics include how nicotine works in the body, nicotine addiction vs. tolerance, firsthand, secondhand, and thirdhand smoke, and materials from the California Smokers Helpline
This section includes cessation interventions, the Stages of Change Model, behavioral, psychological, social, and biological aspects of quitting, quit tips, and anticipating triggers.
Session 5 includes information on common concerns when quitting, an introduction to motivational interviewing and medications for tobacco treatment.
This section includes: making a quit plan, understanding follow-up, slips, and relapse, statewide days of action and quit kits, starting from scratch when a campus doesn’t currently provide cessation.