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Smoking and Diabetes are a Killer Combination! Step up your interventions with these new FREE CME opportunities:

FREE DINNER WORKSHOP! 2.75 Prescribed credits. Thursday, 7, 5-8 pm, at the Crowne Plaza Valley Forge. RegisterMarch at www.pafp.com/smoke! A clinical update plus training on the practical implementation of evidence-based brief cessation counseling and support. Only 30 seats available!

FREE CME WEBCAST! 1 Prescribed credit. Illustrates the performance gap in smoking cessation and highlights practical evidence-based recommendations. Practice pearls from this lecture can be found in the Holiday 2012 Keystone Physician.

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Smoking and Diabetes Step Up Your Interventions

FREE Workshop! Treating Tobacco Use & Dependence Among Patients with Diabetes Thursday, March 7 • 5-8pm Crowne Plaza Valley Forge 2.75 AAFP prescribed credits Limited to 30 registrants

Dinner provided! Ideal for physicians, nurses, and allied healthcare professionals!

Register today and bring your practice team for this exclusive training opportunity. You’ll learn how to implement the evidence-based Ask, Advise, Refer model – known as AAR – in your practice. Fight the dual risk of diabetes and tobacco use by applying a systems approach and referring to evidence-based statewide and community support services. AGENDA 1. The PA cAARds! Model 2. Treating Tobacco Use & Dependence Frank Leone, MD, MS, FCCP | University of Pennsylvania | Penn Lung Center

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Explain the impact of tobacco dependence on diabetes management Initiate clinical interventions for tobacco users Assist users attempting to quit with strategies designed to prevent relapse • Implement appropriate strategies to assist special populations of smokers 3. Intervention | Referral Process | Technical Assistance 4. Reporting Process | Wrap Up and Evaluation

Register today at www.pafp.com/smoke

2704 Commerce Drive, Suite A Harrisburg, PA 17110 www.pafp.com 1-800-648-5623

NONPROFIT ORG U.S. POSTAGE PAID HARRISBURG, PA PERMIT NO. 556


Smoking and Diabetes are a Killer Combination