Resources for Healthcare Providers
Here you will find links to information and tools related to commercial tobacco and smoking cessation, and reports about cancer risk factors and prevention in First Nations, Inuit, Métis and urban Indigenous peoples.
Brochures, Guides and Other Tools
Order resources and refer clients online. The Talk Tobacco quitline is offered in several Indigenous languages.
Smoking Cessation Information for Healthcare Providers
Visit Cancer Care Ontario to learn how healthcare providers can help people with cancer quit smoking, and find material to share with patients.
Centre for Addiction and Mental Health TEACH Project
The TEACH Project provides specialized knowledge and skills to help healthcare professionals deliver effective, evidence-based cessation intervention.
Path to Prevention
Read about evidence-based policy recommendations for reducing chronic disease in First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples in this report from CCO.
Cancer in First Nations in Ontario: Risk Factors and Screening
Find information about cancer risk factors and screening uptake for both on-reserve and off-reserve First Nations in Ontario in this report from Cancer Care Ontario.
Cancer in the Métis people of Ontario: Risk Factors and Screening Behaviours
This report from Cancer Care Ontario addresses the lack of Métis-specific health data in Ontario and enhances our knowledge of the cancer risk factors affecting this at-risk population.
The Aboriginal Cancer Strategy (ACS)
Explore our third roadmap for addressing the unique cancer care issues affecting First Nations, Inuit and Métis communities.
Canadian Partnership Against Cancer (CPAC)
Find reports, infographics, presentations and data about commercial tobacco control, cessation and emerging issues.
Cancer Risk Factors and Screening among Inuit in Ontario and Other Canadian Regions
This report responds to the limited information on cancer burden among Inuit living in Ontario and other sub-Arctic regions of Canada.