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Session 4 COUGH Cessation Student Advocates Training

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Transcript of Session 4 COUGH Cessation Student Advocates Training

SESSION 4
COUGH
Tobacco Cessation Student Advocate
An online training series
for college students who are interested in helping
tobacco users quit.
Overview
Best Practices for Tobacco Cessation
Brief Intervention
Stages of Change
Triggers
Quit Tips
Slips & Relapse
Best Practices for Tobacco Cessation
Many people quit on their own, without help, but there certain things that can be helpful in promoting successful quit attempts.


Accountability, social support, and practical skills
Health Center
California Smokers' Helpline
U Can Quit 2
American Cancer Society
American Lung Association Freedom From Smoking (Online Program)
Counseling
Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT)
Patch
Gum
Lozenge
Nasal Spray (Rx)
Inhaler (Rx)
Non-Nicotine Options
Wellbutrin, Zyban, Bupropion SR (Rx)
Chantix, Varenicline (Rx)
Medication
Love Your Quitter!
What Works to Quit?
5 A's For Tobacco Cessation
Ask
Advise
Assess
Assist
Arrange
Ask
Advise
Refer
Stages of Change
Planning for Triggers
Coffee
Alcohol
After a Meal
Driving
Morning Routine
Conflict with Others
Stress
Friends Using Tobacco
Certain Locations
Celebrating
Relaxing
Feeling Blue
Conflict with Boss, Teacher, Coworker
Fighting with a Friend
Feeling Bored
Paying Bills
Studying
Finals
Socializing
Waiting for Bus, Train, Class, Etc.
Feeling Fatigued, Tired
Identify Each Trigger
Identify What to do Instead of Using Tobacco
Write it Down
Keep the Plan Close, and Refer to it as Needed
There is a great tracker tool at https://www.becomeanex.org
Quit Tips
DELAY the urge to use tobacco, the craving will pass!
DRINK plenty of water,
DO something else to distract yourself,
DEEP breathing helps,
DISCUSS your feelings with a friend or medical provider.
Understand the quitting is a process, it can take many tries
Ask a friend to be a tobacco-free ally
Make a quit plan
Call the California Smokers' Helpline at 1-800-NO-BUTTS
Identify and plan for triggers
Explore your medication options
Make a list of reasons to quit, and keep it close by
Throw away all your cigarettes, ash trays, and other tobacco-related stuff
Reward yourself for successes- big and small
Keep trying!
Remember the 5 D's:
Slips and Relapse
Not every slip is a relapse... but every relapse begins with a slip.
A slip is when a person uses tobacco after they have quit. It's an isolated use, or a few uses when a person is still actively trying to stay quit.

A relapse is when you a person goes back to using tobacco regularly and abandons their quit attempt.
Things to remember about a slip:
Quitting is a process, it's normal to falter.
A slip is a learning opportunity and a chance to make a stronger quit plan. Learn from the challenge.
Do not dwell on frustration, instead get motivated to continue the quit attempt.

Session 4 Done
Review
Best Practices for Tobacco Cessation
Brief Intervention
Stages of Change
Triggers
Quit Tips
Slips & Relapse
Next Session
Motivational Interviewing
Building on Cessation Skills
Evaluation
Evaluation:
http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/CCSA-Assessment-4
To get credit for this session, please follow the link to the quick evaluation:
Brief Intervention
for Tobacco Cessation
Ask:
Do you use tobacco?
Advise:
Urge the person to quit.

Assess:
Gauge willingness to make a quit attempt.
Assist:
Help a person make a quit plan.

Arrange:
Set a time for follow up/check in.
Evaluation:
http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/CCSA-Assessment-4

Precontemplation
Contemplation
Preparation
Action
Maintenance
Ask:
Do you use tobacco?

Advise:
The single best thing you can do for your health is to quit.

Refer:
The California Smokers' Helpline at 1-800-NO-BUTTS offers free counseling and materials. Working with the Helpline can double your chance of quitting successfully.
"I don't think my smoking is a problem. I enjoy it, I'm definitely not quitting."
Increase awareness and need for change. Personalize information about risks and benefits.
"I have been thinking about quitting chew. None of my friends dip, and I feel like an outsider, but it really helps me relax."
Motivate, encourage making specific plans.
"I asked my doctor about how to quit smoking. I have really started to cut back the amount I smoke."
"I quit smoking yesterday. I'm doing my best, but I feel really irritable, and I'm just exhausted."
Assist with developing and implementing concrete action plans; help set gradual goals.
Assist with feedback, problem solving, social support, and reinforcement.
Assist with coping, reminders, finding alternatives, avoiding slips/relapses (as applicable).
"I quit hookah last month. I liked it, but I had no idea how harmful it was! I hope I'm not tempted next time I am around it."
QuitStart
NCI Quit Pal
Quit Guide
Goal Post
Craving to Quit
http://smokefree.gov/apps-quitstart
http://smokefree.gov/apps-quitpal
http://smokefree.gov/apps-quitguide
http://goalpost.it
https://cravingtoquit.com
Apps for tobacco cessation:
COUGH Cessation Student Advocates Training Tips
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