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Smokefree Partner Toolkit

There is no one-size-fits-all method to quit smoking. These documents can help smokers and physicians better understand Smokefree’s available resources.

Smokefree Resources Overview

This handout provides an overview of evidence-based tools created by the Tobacco Control Research Branch of the National Cancer Institute (NCI) that are available to help you or someone you know quit smoking. It includes summaries of the Smokefree.gov website, the SmokefreeTXT texting program, and the QuitGuide smartphone app.

PDF icon Smokefree_Resources_Overview.pdf

To learn more, please visit our text message program page and our Smokefree apps page.

Smokefree Overview for Physicians

This handout provides an overview of evidence-based tools created by the Tobacco Control Research Branch of the National Cancer Institute (NCI) that are available to help patients with a personalized quit experience. It includes summaries of the Smokefree.gov website, the SmokefreeTXT text message program, and the QuitGuide smartphone app as well as an overview of interactive cessation tools, NCI's LiveHelp chat service, and telephone quitlines.

PDF icon Smokefree_Overview_for_Physicians.pdf

For additional resources, please check out our page of Resources for Healthcare Professionals.

Medication Guide for Physicians

This one pager provides an overview of quit smoking medications and Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT). The guide highlights Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-approved medications that can help patients who are trying to quit.

PDF icon Medications_Guide_for_Physicians.pdf

For more information, please check out the Smokefree.gov pages on using NRTsquitting with medications, and exploring additional quit methods.

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