Quit has a range of resources that will help you prepare to talk to smokers, provide brief advice and refer them to appropriate services.
What is shared care?
Shared care is forming a partnership to achieve a common goal – helping Aboriginal people quit smoking.
A shared care approach shows how the work you do in the community, in addition to the behavioural support of Aboriginal Quitline, creates a culturally supportive environment and the best chance of successfully quitting long term.
Download resources here to help you talk to smokers.
- Shared care: helping our community quit smoking
- AAH model – a brief advice conversation guide
- Quitline referral form – for your records and to send to the Aboriginal Quitline
- Aboriginal Quitline flyer – information on each Aboriginal Quitline counsellors so they can choose who they’d like to speak to
- My Quit Plan brochure
- Nicotine replacement therapy brochure
- Quit and Save a Packet brochure
- Quit for Cash postcards: Youth postcard | Adult postcard
Hard copies of most of these resources can be ordered here.
For more information on the Aboriginal Quitline
and to meet the Aboriginal Quitline counsellors visit the What is the Aboriginal Quitline? page.