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Session Description: “Motivational Interviewing Skills for Tobacco Prevention and Cessation” will explain what motivational interviewing skills are, how to use them specifically toward assisting clients to quit smoking. Several popular teaching tools will also be discussed including a brief overview of novel ways to use tobacco including electronic cigarettes.
Presenter: Cinde Little, RRT, CRE, CTE
Cinde Little is a registered respiratory therapist who has been involved in respiratory education for the past 15 years. She has championed a session for first year medical students titled “Motivational Interviewing Skills for Tobacco Prevention and Cessation” at the University of Calgary since 1996. Cinde has expanded her work to involve pediatric respiratory health professionals and one initiative was the creation of ‘Nicotine in Disguise’, a document that highlights the changing landscape in the world of tobacco.
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