Staff attend two consecutive days of training:
- One day dedicated to the prevalence, health risks and impacts of tobacco use, mental health comorbidities, neurobiology of addiction, pharmacology, treatment planning, best practices, and the role of peers
- One day dedicated to motivational interviewing
What to Expect:
Training participants should come prepared for full days of in-person training (9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.). Continental breakfast is served each day of training, with additional time for breaks and lunch. At the end of training participants are asked to fill out a survey of the training experience online, after which they can obtain certificates for CME/CE credits earned.