VIRTUAL TRAINING: 2022 Maine Tobacco Treatment and Prevention Conference
2022 Maine Tobacco Treatment and Prevention Conference
May 9th and 10th
1. May 9th: Pre-conference Workshop (intended for those providing treatment and/or pursuing the National Certificate in Tobacco Treatment Practice)
2. May 10th: Conference
Join with other tobacco treatment, prevention and policy stakeholders at the Maine Tobacco Treatment and Prevention Conference. This year’s conference on Evolving Nicotine and Tobacco Products: Emerging Challenges and How to Move Forward will be held virtually on May 9-10, 2022.
Registration is now open for the 2022 Conference. The event will feature a keynote speaker, Matthew L. Myers, President and CEO of the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids, speaking on E-Cigarettes – “When Reality Doesn’t Match Hope.” A pre-conference workshop designed for those who are currently providing or planning to provide treatment, “Cognitive and Behavioral Strategies for Promoting Tobacco Treatment” presented by Dr. Joanna Streck, Clinical Psychologist, Massachusetts General Hospital.
Additional sessions will focus on tobacco treatment medications, strategies for creating a tobacco-free generation, youth tobacco treatment through My Life, My Quit, initiatives to support individuals receiving medications for opioid use disorders, and e-cigarettes.
View the full agenda and register at CTIMaine.org/Conference.
The MaineHealth Center for Tobacco Independence provides education and training on evidence-based tobacco treatment to healthcare and behavioral health professionals in Maine on behalf of the Maine Center for Disease Control, Department of Health and Human Services. Our goal is to improve access to high quality, best practice tobacco treatment and create a network of tobacco treatment specialists across the state.