Military Trainings

CYAN’s Military Program, Project UNIFORM, provides trainings to organizations working with military communities on tobacco issues.

Trainings We Provide

Our program staff provide trainings on an assortment of topics for those working with active duty service members, guardsmen, reservists, and Veterans.  We customize each training to accommodate the unique needs of the training audience.  General training topics may include, but are not limited to:

  • Cultural Considerations for Working with Military Communities
  • The Nuts and Bolts of Military Communities
  • How to Approach Military Communities as a Civilian
  • History of Tobacco and the Military
  • Alternative and Emerging Nicotine and Tobacco Products
  • Tobacco Cessation Basics

Current Training Opportunities

Student Veterans and Tobacco Cessation

CYAN has developed a series of webinars for college health providers seeking to increase tobacco cessation support to Student Veterans.  The three-part series includes an overview of the military, military tobacco use, strategies for engaging Student Veterans on campus, and tobacco cessation basics.

Webinar Series

Archived Trainings

Tobacco and the U.S. Military: Use Rates, Causes, and Industry Influence

April 13, 2016
Recorded Webinar
Project UNIFORM Slides
UCSF Slides
Stanford Slides

How the Tobacco Industry Has Influenced Military Tobacco Use and What You Can Do About It!

4 September 2015
PowerPoint Slides

Celebrating Veterans: What Local Communities Can Do For a Tobacco-Free Military

22 October 2014
PowerPoint Slides

What is the Military? 

A Prezi presentation that offers basic information to help the Public Health Community better understand the realities of military communities and tobacco use.

Recorded Presentation