Learn the latest evidence-based medication treatment strategies for patients using tobacco during our dynamic 1-day CE training on December 5, 2023
Wondering how to choose the best tobacco cessation medication for your patient? Is it safe to combine varenicline with nicotine patches? Can patients still smoke while on nicotine replacement therapy? Don’t miss our upcoming virtual 1-day training on Tobacco Dependence Pharmacotherapy to learn the answer to these questions and much more. Earn 8 CE hours and learn to treat tobacco use like a pro!
Led by Dr. James Davis, MD, Internal Medicine Physician and Medical Director of the Duke Smoking Cessation Program, the course dives into the latest smoking cessation pharmacotherapy trends. His lively, interactive sessions cover standard-of-care treatment, tailoring medications based on patient characteristics, emerging trends in tobacco cessation pharmacotherapy, and case presentations to help participants apply treatment principles.
Dr. Davis will address topics such as pre-quit treatment, extended treatment, low-dose varenicline, high-dose nicotine replacement, and combination therapy. This training is designed for physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, pharmacists and tobacco treatment specialists who work with smoking cessation medications and would benefit from an understanding of the current research guiding smoking cessation pharmacotherapy.
Dr. Davis is a co-founder and co-director of the Duke-UNC Tobacco Treatment Specialist Training Program, a nationally accredited training program, and director of the Duke Smoking Cessation Program.
Register now for our virtual, 1-day Tobacco Dependence Pharmacotherapy training on December 5, 2023, from 12 pm to 5 pm ET. Visit https://www.dukeunctts.com/cme to learn more and secure your spot!