Nicotine addiction and smoking cessation 3 day training course
The Smoking Research Unit - part of the University of Sydney's Brain & Mind Research Institute (BMRI)
Who should attend?
Anyone with an interest in Smoking Cessation, Nicotine Addiction and appropriate evidence based Smoking Cessation Techniques, which includes:
Hosted by A. Prof Renee Bittoun (Editor-in-Chief of The Journal of Smoking Cessation), the course is applicable to psychologists, drug and alcohol counselors, interested general practitioners, health care workers and others with a legitimate interest.
Texts and resources are provided as well as exposure to clinics and access to continuing medical education. The teaching faculty has many years of experience in clinical practice and professional training regarding smoking cessation.
Aims and Objectives
To instruct on the causes, consequences, treatment and research of smoking cessation, nicotine addiction and appropriate evidence based smoking cessation techniques in practical application and to improve the implementation and evaluation of programs in Smoking Cessation.
A University Certificate of Attendance will be awarded at the conclusion of the course
February 20 - 22
June 04 - 06
October 22 - 24
Registration and Fees
To register for a course, please download this registration form and return your completed form to us (details below).
Please contact Chloe Sharp at regarding fees. Cheques should be made payable to: University of Sydney
For further information and enrolments please contact:
Smoking Research Unit
The University of Sydney Level 3, Building MO2F NSW 2006
Tel 02 9351 0816 / 02 9351 0510