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An Online Lunchtime Series from IHR’s TAPE Project

Food for Thought

Training, Discussions, and Q & A on Tobacco Education and Treatment Topics for Staff in BSAS Treatment Programs

Bring your lunch or take a break and join IHR’s TAPE Project staff on the first and third Tuesdays of each month at noon for a 1-hour series of informal online trainings on a variety of relevant topics. All staff from BSAS programs are welcome, including but not limited to Tobacco Education Coordinators.

Upcoming Trainings

April 20 | Noon – 1:00PM (Eastern)

Debunking Common Myths About Tobacco/Nicotine Products and Their Impact

Misconceptions about tobacco/nicotine products, as well as how and why people use them, are pervasive. Are “light” cigarettes less harmful than regular cigarettes? Can smoking/vaping be a helpful way to calm down and relieve stress? Is nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) dangerous? Will quitting enhance symptoms of depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder? Is it ever too late to quit during pregnancy? Come to this interactive, hour-long session to learn about some common myths and how to address them with clients/patients you work with.

If you have any questions or concerns please contact:

Adam Meltzer
Institute for Health & Recovery


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