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Maternal and Child Health Basic Tobacco Intervention

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Maternal and Child Health Basic Tobacco Intervention
04.02.2014 | CME

Earn free CME/CEU credits at this workshop for tobacco intervention. Objectives include: learning the Five A model for tobacco use/exposure assessment and interventions for pregnant women; practicing brief interventions and referrals to intensive programs; learning how to document interventions for JCAHO; and becoming certified for maternal and child health basic tobacco intervention skills.

The program has been approved for 4.0 CEU/CME credit hours. Instructors are Dr. Sher Todd and Marta Azzam, BSN.

Location: Roseman University of Health Sciences, 11 Sunset Way, Henderson, NV 89014

RSVP to Richard Davis at the American Lung Association.

Download the flyer here.

Photo credit: Deborah Cartagena, CDC