Tobacco-Free Living
TFL Training for Educators 

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TFL Quantitative Indicators for Tobacco Systems (QITS) Webinar for AOs 

The APHC (P) will conduct a training webinar to assist with inquiries regarding the QITS tool, and to support questions related to the MEDCOM TFL OPORD 15-48 External Link  (AKO, CAC required) , implementation and data collection.  

TFL AOs should plan to attend the TFL webinar provided by APHC (P) scheduled on 18 Nov 15 starting at 1230 EDT 

The link to the webinar is

The teleconference line is (210)249-4234 (DSN, 421-3272), access code 82953#. 

APHC (P) is planning to record the session for those who are unable to attend. However, we recommend you attend the live session to ensure all of your questions can be addressed.  Your leadership as the TFL AO is critical for the successful implementation of MEDCOM OPORD 15-48 and to further contribute to the expansion of DoD and Army tobacco free environments. 

If you are no longer assigned as the MEDCOM TFL AO and/or know the name and email address of the current TFL AO for your MEDCOM facility, please call (410) 417-2853.

More training information and resources to assist providers and educators in their tobacco cessation efforts. 

Healthcare Provider Tobacco Cessation Training

Dartmouth Medical School Smoking Cessation for Pregnancy and Beyond External Link

This program is intended for health care providers who will be assisting their female patients in quitting smoking, in particular, patients who are pregnant or in their child-bearing years.

AHRQ Helping Smokers Quit/ A Guide for Clinicians External Link

Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality Public Health Service Clinical Practice Guideline for clinicians to implement a system to ensure that tobacco-use status is obtained and recorded at every patient visit.  Even brief tobacco dependence treatment is effective and should be offered to every patient who uses tobacco. ASK - ADVISE - ASSESS - ASSIST - ARRANGE  For more information on prescribing, precautions, and side effects, go to the Public Health Service Clinical Practice Guideline, Treating Tobacco Use and Dependence: 2008 Update,

Tobacco Treatment Specialist Training External Link

Learn basic skills for working with smokers through a self-paced online program while earning Continuation Educational Credits  (CEU’s) and/or  attend a 4-day Core Certification Training Program in Worcester, Massachusetts.  Both programs are offered through the University of Massachusetts Medical School. For additional details about the programs please email

Tobacco Cessation Webinars (in order by date)


Army Medicine 2020 Research to Practice Education Series - DCO
Course ID: 079
Sponsor: Army Medical Department; Army Public Health Command
The Army Medicine 2020 Research to Practice Education Series is held quarterly and consists of two or more presentations from experts in the fields of injury prevention, health promotion, and performance optimization.
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