Participants will learn how to apply trauma-informed care principles in tobacco cessation treatment planning and delivery. The pace of integrated medical care settings can pose difficulties when adjusting tobacco cessation treatment for patients with a history of trauma. The presentation will include information regarding how exposure to trauma influences tobacco use trends and associated health outcomes, and people with trauma histories may negatively react to traditional tobacco cessation treatment in integrated care settings. Participants will use Trauma-informed Care principles to plan and practice team-based, trauma-informed tobacco cessation treatment interventions and approaches.
- Identify how trauma is a factor in tobacco use trends and long-term health problems associated with smoking and use of other tobacco products.
- Discuss how exposure to trauma influences people’s ability to quit smoking and their reaction to tobacco cessation treatment in team-based, integrated medical care settings.
- Apply Trauma-informed Care principles in planning and delivering tobacco cessation treatment services.
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