Evidence-based cessation

People who smoke generally use the health system more than people who do not smoke. For many people, experiencing an episode of ill-health provides great motivation to make a quit attempt. However, many health practitioners find it difficult to prioritise smoking cessation amongst other competing health needs.

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Smoke-free Health Services

As smoking is the largest preventable cause of death and disease in Australia, people who smoke are vastly overrepresented in Australia’s primary, tertiary and community health system.

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Training Courses

Sign up for free Brief Advice training so you can help your clients start their quitting journey in a matter of minutes. Training options include online and face-to-face.

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Publications and resources

Make Smoking History publications and resources can be downloaded online free-of-charge. Hard copies can also be requested from the Cancer Council WA website.

Resources created for people who smoke include posters, fact sheets, stickers, quitting materials and pamphlets.

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Free Quit Support

Talk to the Quitline

The Quitline is a confidential telephone advice and information service for people who want to quit smoking.

My QuitBuddy App

The My QuitBuddy App tracks your quitting progress, such as days smoke-free, cigarettes avoided, health gained and dollars saved.

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Proven Tips To Quit

Some people think quitting is about willpower, but to quit successfully means being prepared, and understanding your smoking triggers.

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