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  • Treating Nicotine Dependence (Webinar)

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    http://nmtupac.com/online-training-videos/

    Health care professionals who enroll in this course will gain the knowledge and skills to address tobacco use with patients, including:

    • The specifics risks and consequences of tobacco use on the body
    • How to deliver a tobacco intervention in less than three minutes
    • Effective communications techniques for addressing tobacco with patients
    • How to make referrals to New Mexico Tobacco Cessation Services and other appropriate resources
    • CME-Designated Activity (1.00 prescribed credits)
  • Vape Documentary

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    VAPE is a one hour documentary and outreach campaign about the use of E-cigarettes especially in the youth community so parents, educators, community leaders and especially juveniles understand the spectrum of health issues and dangers associated with these products. www.nmvape.info

    http://www.fiercepride.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/VAPE-Viewer-Guide-Final-April-29-2019-1.pdf

  • Why Should Behavioral Health Providers Treat Nicotine and Tobacco Use Dependence?

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    Why Should Behavioral Health Providers Treat Nicotine and Tobacco Use Dependence?

    (This guide was provided by Optum, which provides technical assistance in creating tobacco referral systems for mental health care agencies. For free training and TA, contact TUPAC.)

    Nicotine’s Impact

    Alters mood

    temporarily increase the negative symptoms of mental health concerns

    Treatment impact

    Associated with an improvement in mood and quality of life.

    Reduction in depression, anxiety, and stress, particularly in those with psychiatric disorders.

    Behavioral Health Outcomes

    Behavioral health and substance use treatment outcomes can be improved.

    Mind and Body Connection

    Improving physical health can influence mental health.