Welcome to the C3I Roadmap for Tobacco Treatment in Cancer Care. This resource was developed by the Cancer Center Cessation Initiative (C3I), funded by the National Cancer Institute. The national C3I program is designed to help patients with cancer quit using tobacco. The organization of the Roadmap was adapted from the Goodrich et al., 2020 U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Quality Enhancement Research Initiative Roadmap, and its content reflects lessons learned during the C3I effort to incorporate tobacco treatment as a pillar of cancer care and utilizes other existing resources and toolkits. This Roadmap is designed for diverse clinical cancer care settings, including community cancer programs.
Help cancer clinics identify, adapt, and implement electronic health record (EHR) and other tools to deliver evidence-based smoking cessation treatment strategies to patients who use tobacco.
Cancer clinic or health system champions and teams who want to connect their patients who use tobacco with tobacco treatment.
- Pre-implementation strategies to help champions and teams design a sustainable tobacco treatment program for their clinical settings. This module will help teams identify and adapt EHR tools to support their program.
- Implementation strategies to foster translation of program design into a functional program to help patients quit using tobacco. This module will help teams successfully launch and adapt their tobacco treatment programs. Coming soon.
- Sustainability strategies to sustain the tobacco treatment program through ongoing support, monitoring, and refinement. Coming soon.
- Health equity considerations in program design and implementation. This module will highlight tools and strategies that may help all patients benefit from tobacco treatment.
- Case studies
- Samples and EHR screenshots
- External toolkits
- Team building and stakeholder engagement resources
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