Many useful resources relating to this project and/or tobacco cessation have been published. Feel free to share these resources with your colleagues.
Articles and Publications
WHO European Region Member States commit to denormalizing tobacco
WHO September 17, 2015
Tools to Implement Article 14
Eastern Europe Helping Smokers Quit - Czech and Polish Resources
ISNCC and nurse leaders from Czech Republic and Poland have developed online learning modules to educate nurses in how to help patients quit smoking. The idea behind these "train the trainer" programs is if each nurse can help at least one smoker quit each year, the numbers would be phenomenal. Click on the link below to view the modules and resources now.
View Czech and Polish Resources
Tobacco Cessation Leadership Workshop for Czech Nurses in Prague, Czech Republic 2012 - Modules
A Tobacco Cessation Leadership Workshop for Czech Nurses was conducted in September 2012 at Hilton Prague Hotel, Prague, Czech Republic, where e-learning modules were created to train nurses in how to help people stop smoking. These modules were produced in partnership with eCancer, are accredited by EONS and easily accessible online.
Quarterly newsletters about the progress and recent updates on this project are published online since beginning 2015.
Click on the links below to read the English newsletters.
Volume 8 - August - December 2016
Volume 7 - May - July 2016
Volume 6 - February - April 2016
Volume 5 - January 2016
Volume 4 - November 2015
Volume 3 - September 2015
Volume 2 - July 2015
Volume 1 - January 2015
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