Tobacco & Behavioral Health: A state approach
December 2 - 4, 2020
A free, flexible, virtual event featuring exceptional tobacco and behavioral health education.
Come hear from organizations involved in tobacco treatment efforts related to behavioral health across the state of Kansas. This is a remote training opportunity designed for providers and local public health professionals to connect and learn. Half-day trainings are scheduled each date.
Wednesday, December 2, 2020
Tobacco Use and Behavioral Health: A State Approach | Jill M. Williams, MD
Coalitions and Community: Making the Most Out of Your Partnerships | Rachel Bieker
Kansas Tobacco Guideline for Behavioral HealthCare: Lessons Learned in Assessment & Implementation | Rick Cagan and Jamie Katz
Motivational Interviewing for Treating Tobacco, Part I: Overview of Core Skills | Tresza Hutcheson, PSYD
Motivational Interviewing for Treating Tobacco, Part II: Implementing Skills | Tresza Hutcheson, PSYD
Thursday, December 3
An overview of the University of Kansas (KU) Tobacco Treatment Education Program | Babalola Faseru, MD, MPH
E-Cigarettes 101: What, Who, Why & What It Means For Your Patients’ Health | Brenna VanFrank, MD, MSPH
More Than A Call: A Targeted Quitline Protocol for People Living With Behavioral Health Conditions | Thomas Ylioja, PhD, MSW
Friday, December 4
Wellness Committees: The Foundation for Tobacco Treatment Initiatives | Daniel Craig
Tobacco Cessation Documentation and Billing | Alberto Reyes Rodriguez
Tobacco Treatment & Biochemical Quantification of Tobacco Consumption | Matthew Bars, MS, CTTS, MCTTP
Here you will find presentation slides, handouts and other helpful resources.
Tobacco Use and Behavioral Health: A State Approach, Williams
KU Tobacco Treatment Education Program Handouts, Faseru
E-Cigarettes 101, VanFrank
More Than a Call, Ylioja
Tobacco Treatment & Biochemical Quantification of Tobacco Consumption, Bars
Motivational Interviewing, Parts I & II, Hutcheson
Coalitions & Community, Bieker
Kansas Tobacco Guideline for Behavioral Healthcare, Cagan and Katz
- Presentation Slides
Tobacco Cessation Documentation & Billing, Reyes Rodriguez
Wellness Committees, Craig
Maternal Smoking and Mental Health in Kansas
Thank you to our sponsors!
We are grateful to our sponsors, the Kansas Health Foundation and the Kansas Department of Health and Environment Tobacco Use Prevention Program, who have made this conference accessible free-of-charge to attendees. Please take a moment to visit our sponsors' websites to learn more about them.
This conference is put on by the WSU Community Engagement Institute.