Pharmacotherapy Matters: Why Medication Therapy is an Integral Part of Tobacco Cessation Treatment

Microsoft Teams - Virtual Webinar

1/12/2023

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Overview

Thursday, January 12th 2023, 12:00 -1:00 pm CT

Pharmacotherapy Matters: Why Medication Therapy is an Integral Part of Tobacco Cessation Treatment

Presenter: Heather Kraling-Coons, MA, NCTTP

Overview: Tobacco dependence is a chronic disease and treatment should address the physical and behavioral aspects of the dependence. Offering tobacco cessation medications benefits the tobacco user by reducing both withdrawal symptoms and cravings, which allows the user to focus on changing behaviors.

Registration Information

Webinar Series are provided in a Microsoft Teams Virtual Meeting. You will receive the link in a welcome email after completing registration. The cost for each session is $30.00.  You will receive 1 CEH for each session attended.

Please plan to join us and register for the below Webinar Series Sessions!

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Presenter:  Barbara Dallavalle, MA, LP, NCTTP

Overview:  From physiological challenges, mood swings, to an increased risk of medical consequences, while a woman may have more reasons to quit, she may also have more difficulty doing so as compared to a man.  Come explore an array of those hidden challenges that can undermine a woman’s efforts to quit for good. 

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Thursday, January 12, 2023   12:00 -1:00 pm CT

Pharmacotherapy Matters: Why Medication Therapy is an Integral Part of Tobacco Cessation Treatment

Presenter: Heather Kraling-Coons, MA, NCTTP

Overview: Tobacco dependence is a chronic disease and treatment should address the physical and behavioral aspects of the dependence. Offering tobacco cessation medications benefits the tobacco user by reducing both withdrawal symptoms and cravings, which allows the user to focus on changing behaviors.

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