Clean Air for Healthy Children
The Clean Air for Healthy Children program is a smoking cessation counseling training program primarily targeted to healthcare professionals that care for pregnant women, mothers and caregivers of young children, and teens.
CEASE: Clinical Effort Against Secondhand Smoke Exposure
The CEASE Module was developed by child healthcare clinicians to help other child healthcare clinicians adjust their office setting to address parental tobacco use in a routine and effective manner.
This Public Health Service guideline contains strategies and recommendations designed to assist clinicians, tobacco dependence treatment specialists, and health care administrators, insurers, and purchasers in delivering and supporting effective treatments for tobacco use and dependence.
This is a quick how-to guide to assist clinicians in implementing the clinical practice guidelines.
This pocket guide gives nurses easy access to information to help their patients quit smoking. The tool is based on the “5 A’s” approach to cessation intervention: Ask, Advise, Assess, Assist and Arrange, and offers other helpful resources.
This guide is designed to help consumers to prepare to quit smoking. The guide is also available in Spanish.
This report prepared by the Interagency Committee on Smoking and Health’s Subcommittee on Cessation, outlines a series of feasible, science-based action steps to promote smoking cessation, reduce smoking prevalence and prevent millions from starting to smoke .
Secondhand Smoke Speakers’ Kit
This power point presentation was developed by Dana Best, MD, MPH, FAAP and presented at the AAP NCE in Washington, DC in October 2005.
This handout was developed by John Frohna, MD, MPH and the Pediatric Faculty Development Work Group.