WINTIP Films Videos for Interactive Training Module

The Wisconsin Nicotine Treatment Integration Project (WiNTiP) on September 14 filmed a day’s worth of videos in preparation for a new online training tool. The interactive site will teach clinicians how best to assist patients with behavioral health issues to quit tobacco use.

WiNTiP staff worked with DoIT to film a series of panel discussions featuring experts from across the state who have successfully helped their behavioral-health patients to break free from tobacco addiction. Topics included:

  • Providing Evidence-based Tobacco Dependence Treatment
  • Enforcement Issues
  • The Integration Process
  • How to Help Staff Who Use Tobacco Products
  • Does the Treatment Setting Make a Difference?

In addition, UW-CTRI staff recorded tutorials on the Wisconsin Tobacco Quit Line, how to use EHR to help patients quit tobacco use, and evidence-based treatment to help patients quit.


To watch a sample video clip, click here.

WiNTiP Training Video

The videos will be incorporated into an interactive site that will allow clinicians to log in, track the tutorials they’ve taken, read evidence-based best practices, answer survey questions, and develop a tailored plan for their organization.

WiNTiP will continue filming videos for the online training throughout the rest of 2015, and assemble the site using Qualtrics in early 2016.

WiNTiP is a collaboration between UW-CTRI, the Wisconsin Tobacco Prevention and Control Program, as well as the Wisconsin Division of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services. For more on WiNTiP, visit the new