Resources

Tips From Former Smokers (Tips). Tips encourages people to quit smoking by highlighting the toll that smoking-related illnesses take on smokers and their loved ones. The hard-hitting ads showed people living with the real and painful consequences of smoking.
The University of Wisconsin Center for Tobacco Research and Intervention (UW-CTRI) is nationally recognized for its tobacco research into tobacco treatment and how to improve the effectiveness of community, state and national responses to reduce the emotional, physical, and financial consequences of smoking.
The American Lung Association’s (ALA) State of Tobacco Control 2013 is a report card that evaluates state and federal tobacco control policies by comparing them against targets based on the most current, recognized criteria for effective tobacco control measures, and translating each state’s relative progress into a letter grade of A through F. A grade of “A” is assigned for excellent tobacco control policies while an “F” indicates inadequate policies.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Tobacco Control State Highlights 2012
Tobacco Use and Dependence: How Nurses Can Save Lives The purpose of this presentation is to provide information to support nurses’ delivery of evidence-based interventions for tobacco dependence
Global Bridges Healthcare Alliance Tobacco Control Nurses International Our mission: to promote the visibility of nurses' work in tobacco control and facilitate professional collaboration and leadership to curb the tobacco epidemic. Membership is free and includes access to our member directory, resource sharing and more. Connect now with other nurses working in the tobacco control movement.
Nursing and smoking cessation best practice guideline.
Model Code of Practice/policy statement on tobacco control for health care organizations.
International Society of Nurses in Cancer Care (ISNCC) is a non-governmental member of the World Health Organization (WHO) and the United Nations UN DPI NGO and is affiliated with the International Council of Nurses (ICN) and the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC). The mission of ISNCC is to maximize the role of nurses to reduce the global burden of cancer.

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