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Stroke Clinicians

Training and resources for stroke clinicians

Stroke clinicians are well placed to deliver smoking cessation brief advice to patients. A brief advice conversation helps patients access best practice smoking cessation care, and is quick and effective. Quit and Stroke Foundation have partnered to provide online training and resources to stroke clinicians, assisting them to support patients to stop smoking and improve stroke or transient ischemic attack (TIA) outcomes.

Webinar 9 June 2021: Embedding smoking cessation care into stroke settings

Quit and Stroke Foundation have partnered to deliver a webinar for stroke clinicians on embedding best practice smoking cessation care in stroke settings.

How to embed smoking cessation care into your organisation

An organisation-wide approach is needed to embed the Ask, Advise, Help (AAH) smoking cessation brief advice model into routine practice. The AAH model outlines how to deliver best practice smoking cessation care.

Webinar 25 August 2021: Deep-dive and case studies

Quit and Stroke Foundation have partnered to deliver a webinar for stroke clinicians on embedding best practice smoking cessation care in stroke settings.