Continuing Education

Expand your knowledge and explore these learning opportunities and earn continuing education credits.


National Jewish Health’s Tobacco Cessation Webinar: Helping Providers Work with Patients
This webinar presented by Dr. Amy Lukowski, Clinical Director at National Jewish Health, provides the essentials of smoking cessation for patients who use tobacco. She discusses how smoking impacts patients’ health and reviews the treatment options for smoking cessation, including pharmacotherapy, best practices and brief motivational counseling options. The Vermont Department of Health and National Jewish Health are pleased to offer this educational activity for medical and dental health care providers throughout Vermont.

Learn More About the Webinar

If you would like to receive dental CE credit for participating in this educational activity, please follow the instructions below.

  1. Review the dental CE information below, under “Learn More About the Webinar”
  2. Before watching the webinar please take the pre-test here
  3. Watch the full webinar
  4. After watching the webinar please take the post-test here
  5. You must receive a passing score of 70% correct responses or higher to receive a certificate.

If you have any questions or concerns please email tobaccovt@vermont.gov, or call the tobacco control program at 802-863-7330.


Vermont Health Promotion Training Center’s Archived Webinar Presentations
The Vermont Tobacco Control Program has created a series of webinars tailored to providers in substance abuse and mental health treatment facilities. Topics include implementing tobacco-free policies, tobacco and opiate addiction and integrating cessation into treatment.


University of San Francisco’s Smoking Cessation Leadership Center offers free continuing education credits for physicians and allied health professionals.


University of Colorado’s Webinar: The Role of Implicit Bias in Tobacco Treatment for Behavioral Health Populations assists behavioral health and public health leadership, supervisors and multidisciplinary providers to understand how implicit bias may impact treatment for tobacco cessation in the behavioral health population.