As part of our mandate to be
a catalyst and coordinator for tobacco reduction activities
in Manitoba, MANTRA has
produced several resource
materials that Manitobans
can use to promote prevention
and facilitate cessation.
If you are interested in acquiring
any of these materials, please
For more information contact
This group is open to individuals who have taken approved smoking cessation training (CTE, TRAIN, TEACH, QUIT, PACT, CATALYST). Inside the Community of Practice, members can share knowledge, ask questions, post articles, and give testimonials of success helping people to quit! If you have taken an approved program and would like to join the CoP please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Recommendations for a Comprehensive Smoking Cessation Framework
This framework for a Comprehensive Smoking Cessation Strategy
looks at the health and financial impact of smoking in the Province
of Manitoba, the benefits of smoking cessation, existing cessation
resources, target populations and evidence based practices as they
apply to both clinical and non-medical approaches for smoking
cessation. It then recommends a plan for cessation that sets out
a direction with goals and objectives that will positively improve
overall health outcomes while making concerted efforts to reduce
Certified Tobacco Educator Training for Health Professionals (4 Days)
Brief Intervention Training (1 Day) for Health Care workers
Tobacco Basics PP Presentation
MANTRA Awareness & Cessation Tobacco Basics CD
The Tobacco Basics CD is a crash course PowerPoint presentation
on a number of topics related to tobacco. The presentation is highly
customizable including 12 topics that range from the influence of the
tobacco industry to the health and economic impacts of smoking,
to helping people to quit. This resource is perfect for people who want
to expand their knowledge of tobacco issues or want to present these
issues to others. Revised 2012.
MANTRA Motivator Meter
The motivation meter is a fun and effective tool provided to smokers
as an aid in promoting smoking reduction and/or cessation. This
popular tool measures the potential health benefits and amounts
of money that can be saved over selected periods of time, when
a smoker quits. On the reverse side is a list of smoking triggers
and ways to avoid the temptation.
Tobacco Use in Canada: Patterns and Trends
Now in its seventh edition, this report builds on previous publications, and is a reference on tobacco use in Canada, with a focus on the most current data, as well as trend data between 1999 and 2015. This report uses data from national surveys conducted by Health Canada and Statistics Canada.