The New Hampshire Tobacco Helpline, in collaboration with leading healthcare professionals, is thrilled to announce the upcoming “Breaking the Habit: A Transformative Medical Online Conference on Smoking Cessation.” This informative and groundbreaking event will take place on October 12, with the aim of promoting healthier lives through tobacco cessation.
Smoking continues to pose a substantial public health challenge, negatively impacting individuals and communities. The “Breaking the Habit” conference, hosted by the New Hampshire Tobacco Helpline and accessible on our website serves as a vital platform for healthcare professionals, researchers, and advocates to unite, exchange insights, and explore innovative approaches in the battle against tobacco addiction.
Our event is poised to deliver an engaging, enlightening, and transformative experience. Anticipate a robust program featuring expert speakers, engaging panel discussions, and interactive workshops, encompassing a diverse range of topics related to smoking cessation.
Key highlights of the conference include:
- Evidence-Based Strategies: Renowned experts will present the latest research findings and evidence-based approaches to smoking cessation. Attendees will gain insights into effective interventions and treatments to help patients quit smoking successfully.
- Patient-Centered Care: The conference will emphasize the importance of patient-centered care in smoking cessation. Healthcare professionals will learn how to tailor interventions to meet the unique needs and challenges of their patients.
- Innovative Technologies: Explore cutting-edge technologies and digital tools that can aid in smoking cessation efforts. Learn about mobile apps, telemedicine, and other digital solutions that can enhance patient engagement and outcomes.
- Community Engagement: Engage with community leaders and advocates who have made significant strides in tobacco control. Discover how collaborative efforts can create smoke-free environments and support those trying to quit.
- Success Stories: Hear inspiring success stories from individuals who have successfully quit smoking and learn from their experiences. These personal narratives will offer hope and motivation to both healthcare providers and those seeking to quit.
- Networking Opportunities: Connect with like-minded professionals, researchers, and advocates in the field of tobacco cessation. Build valuable relationships and exchange ideas to strengthen tobacco control efforts in New Hampshire.
In addition to the comprehensive program and valuable insights gained at the “Breaking the Habit” conference, we are excited to announce a special post-conference initiative. Attendees will have the opportunity to participate in ongoing support and networking groups designed to facilitate continued learning, collaboration, and the exchange of best practices in the field of smoking cessation. This post-conference engagement underscores our commitment to making a lasting impact in the fight against tobacco addiction and ensuring that the knowledge and connections formed during the conference continue to benefit healthcare professionals and the broader community. Together, we can work towards a smoke-free and healthier future for all.
Registration and Contact Details
The “Breaking the Habit” conference is open to healthcare professionals, public health officials, policymakers, researchers, and anyone interested in addressing the critical issue of smoking cessation. Whether you are a seasoned expert or just starting on your journey to combat tobacco addiction, this conference promises something for everyone.
Registration for the conference is now open on our website. Don’t miss this opportunity to be part of a transformative event that can change lives and contribute to a healthier society.
About the New Hampshire Tobacco Helpline: The New Hampshire Tobacco Helpline is dedicated to helping individuals quit smoking and tobacco use by providing free, confidential, and evidence-based resources and support. For more information, visit Try To Stop NH.
You may contact us using these phone numbers: 1-800-784-8669 or 1-800-833-5256.