Asking the Right Questions- Clinicians & Tobacco Cessation in the Clinical Encounter
The AAP Richmond Center hosted two clinical practice trainings in 2014 titled 'Asking the Right Questions- Clinicians and Tobacco Cessation in the Clinical Encounter'. These trainings were designed to help clinicians improve how they have discussions about tobacco use and secondhand smoke exposure with patients and families in the pediatric practice setting. These trainings educated child health care clinicians about messages, tools, and counseling protocols to screen and counsel patients and families about cessation and secondhand smoke exposure during pediatric clinical encounters. Clinicians were taught how to effectively integrate these practices into existing practice systems. Applicants were encouraged to attend the training in pairs of a pediatrician and another member of the practice team.
Now Accepting Applications: 2016 Asking the Right Questions trainings
As was the case in 2014, we will be hosting two trainings in 2016- one in Atlanta, GA and one in Charlotte, NC. Attendees will select which training they prefer, and submit their application by January 8, 2016. Applicants will be notified of application status March 1, 2016.
Review the application and apply today!
See photos from the 2014 trainings!
You can also review a recap of the 2014 trainings in words and photos through Storify.