AAFP Smoking Cessation Resources

The Time is Now to Help Your Patients Quit

Join the AAFP in the Great American Smokeout on November 16.

The Great American Smokeout is The American Cancer Society's annual effort to encourage smokers to begin making a plan to quit, or to quit on that day.

The AAFP and The EveryONE Project are focused on confronting health disparities, and  recognize that some populations are more likely to experience negative health outcomes from tobacco use for a variety of reasons, including cultural practices and targeted tobacco marketing. These populations can benefit from prevention and cessation programs with our support.

The AAFP offers the following tobacco cessation resources for physicians and patients to start the conversation and take steps toward smoke-free, healthier lives.

Join the Conversation

November 16, 7 p.m. CT

The Great American Smokeout is the perfect time to talk about tobacco cessation. Join us for the next #AAFPChat(twitter.com), featuring AAFP president, Dr. Michael Munger.