Information on Smoking, Tobacco and E-cigarette Use for Clinicians

Youth Tobacco and E-cigarette Prevention Action Kit

As a health care provider, you can inspire youth to resist tobacco, e-cigarettes and alternative products (hookah and cannabis) through education and counseling. Check out the new Youth Tobacco and E-cigarette Prevention Action Kit for pediatric providers.

New Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT) Toolkit

NRT can be a useful medication support tool for all patients who smoke, even if they are not ready to quit. NRT can help patients manage nicotine withdrawal symptoms or cravings when in situations where they can’t smoke, while building interest and self-efficacy around quitting in the future. The toolkit includes resources to support using this new approach, both for patients and health care or social service providers.

Data on Smoking Inequities

Smoking has decreased in NYC, but inequities remain. Addressing the root causes of inequities and prioritizing communities experiencing them is vital. See below for new data on smoking inequities and recommendations on how to provide tailored support and outreach to communities:

As a clinician, you play a vital role in helping your patients address tobacco use. The resources below can help you prevent and treat tobacco or e-cigarette use with pediatric or adult patients.

Clinical Tools

Clinical Guidelines

Information on Billing and Insurance

Clinician Trainings

Additional Resources

More Information