CEASE offers materials and support for eQIPP training courses in the form of videos and easy to download materials. Download CEASE materials.

What clinicians can do

There are many ways that a pediatric practice can deepen their impact on family tobacco use and the secondhand smoke exposure of children. Practices can:

  • Bill for providing tobacco control services for parents. Consider, when appropriate, up-coding from 99212 to 99213, with a diagnosis code of 989.84 (toxic effects of tobacco) as a secondary diagnosis
  • Work with local, state and national agencies to increase the tobacco control services available in the area
  • Serve as family tobacco control experts for other practices
  • Work with city councils to increase the number of smoke-free spaces
  • Team up with local members of the AAP, AAFP and other medical organizations to increase awareness of tobacco control issues
  • Participate in tobacco control studies
  • Write letters to landlords to support buildings in going completely smoke-free. Download letter templates here:
    • General letter
    • Ear infection letter
    • Asthma letter
    • Cystic fibrosis letter

Additional clinical support

The CEASE team would like to thank and acknowledge its supporters, including private foundations, state health departments, and research institutes: