Staff attend 10.5 hours of live training that covers:
- 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
- Motivational interviewing
What to Expect:
If attending an in-person live training, come prepared for full days of training (9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.). Continental breakfast is served each day of training, with additional time for breaks and lunch.
If attending a virtual training, be prepared to join each half-day online session that requires a computer and internet in order to view the slides, and use of computer camera for the motivational interviewing sessions in order to participate in interactive role plays and exercises.
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.