The learner will develop the knowledge, skills, and abilities to provide a wholistic, client-centred, biopsychosocial approach to screen, engage, and treat commercial tobacco use among First Nations, Inuit and Métis populations. The learner will also be able to apply these skills, develop treatment in collaboration with clients and refer as necessary.
At the end of this course, participants will be able to:
Online – refer to the TEACH Project website for upcoming offerings.
University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine: Continuing Education and Professional Development
Applications for TEACH courses are submitted online via the TEACH website and are subject to review. Each time you apply for a course you must complete the full online application. Application does not ensure registration.
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