Johns Hopkins University’s Institute for Global Tobacco Control’s free online course on the risks of smoking and COVID-19 has been updated
As the COVID-19 pandemic remains a concern heading into 2022, a free online course from the Global Tobacco Control Institute at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and Links Tobacco Use to COVID-19 provides insights into knowledge about. COVID-19 and tobacco use will be updated with new information later in 2021, covering topics such as the effects of smoking on COVID-19, the effects of nicotine at the molecular level, and the behavior of the tobacco industry during the pandemic. Recent evidence points to the negative effects of smoking on her COVID-19 outcomes.
Global Tobacco Control: Learning from the Experts is a comprehensive introduction to the tobacco epidemic featuring 27 experts from 14 countries. Course participants will gain a unique global perspective on the burden of tobacco-related death and disease and evidence-based solutions to reduce it. Learn from the experts: Courses for Healthcare Providers are online courses developed with input from world-renowned tobacco control advocates in healthcare.
To provide another compelling reason and a sense of urgency for people to stop using tobacco products. As infectious diseases continue to disrupt daily life, all measures to limit the negative impact of COVID-19 should be reviewed and implemented. This course will help strengthen that effort. The COVID-19 and Tobacco Use course joins a series of excellent existing free online courses taken by over 6,700 participants from over 100 countries around the world.
Designed for busy healthcare providers, this course provides an update on the role healthcare professionals can play in tobacco control and how they can help patients quit smoking. A recent course update includes the mechanics of smoking cessation treatment. How to help patients quit smokeless tobacco and other non-cigarette products. To solve the practical problems that clinicians face in helping patients quit smoking.
All three courses are freely available to all users worldwide and feature a responsive design, allowing users to complete the courses at their own pace on any device. Users who complete the course will receive a certificate of completion from the Institute for Global Tobacco Control.
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