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1 Take 2 Minutes to Quit Richmond Community WREN September 15, 2011 Mary Conklin Bruce Christiansen, PhD

2 Presenters  Mary Conklin  Interstate Postgraduate Medical Association   Bruce Christiansen, PhD  UW Center for Tobacco Research & Intervention 

3 Disclosures  The presenters declare no financial interest in any commercial entity supporting this activity  The CS2day Collaborative is funded by an educational grant from Pfizer.

4 What We Will Cover Today  CS2day Background  Why a Community Project?  Educational Program Description  Learning Laboratory Format  Outcomes and Lessons Learned

5 CS2day Partners

6 CS2day Mission  With the release of the updated guideline in 2008 the CS2day Collaboration was formed.

7 Our Collaboration  9 partners  Over 150 certified activities, including 4 PI projects  Over 29,000 learners  12 communities  Over $17 million in grant funding  Share needs assessment and outcomes strategy  Change in patient health demonstrated

8 Why a Community Project? Smoking Prevalence among U.S. adults, %

9 Why a Community Project? The Emergence of Tobacco Related Disparities

10 Our Community Projects  Virtual Worlds  Second Life, Facebook Educators Group  Employers  CSX  State and County Initiatives  Indiana, Iowa  Allegheny County  Insurers  Aetna  Healthcare Systems  Bon Secours Health System

11 Richmond Community  Focused in Richmond, VA  Partnered with Bon Secours  Large multi-hospital system  Smoke Free Campuses  Developed an Innovative CME Activity with Learning Laboratory

12 Educational Design  Held 12 two hour CME sessions  Trained over 75 healthcare workers  Nurses, Medivan staff, Parish Nurses  Respiratory Therapists, Doctors  Security Guards  Learning Journal used  Follow up outcomes survey on changes made in practice  Volunteers for Learning Laboratory

13 At the Richmond Raceway – Sept. 2010

14 Learning Laboratory  Setup a 30’ x 30’ booth in the corporate midway at the Richmond International Raceway  Staffed with 2 CS2day faculty members and Bon Secours healthcare professionals  Talked with over 500 race fans  Encouraged them to fill out a smoking survey  Follow-up survey with race fans

15 Outcomes and Lessons Learned For smokers (Race #1, day 2) Motivation to quit: 3.3 on a 1-5 scale Planning to talk with a health care provider: 62% Counselor effectiveness: 3.8 on a 1-5 scale

16 Outcomes and Lessons Learned For trainees:  Effect of challenging setting  Effect of immersion  Every person has a tobacco story to tell

17 Once Was Not Enough…  Transitioned CME sessions to Bon Secours  Returned to the Raceway in April 2011  Other Learning Laboratories  Bon Secours now using this educational model with other chronic diseases

18 Back at the Races – April 2011

19 Stay Connected via Social Media  Website   Facebook  Cease Smoking Today  Twitter  YouTube  ceasesmokingtoday  LinkedIn  Cease Smoking Today group

20 Questions


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