The Kentucky Perinatal Action for Concurrent Tobacco Treatment (K-PACT) Program

The Kentucky Perinatal Action for Concurrent Tobacco Treatment (K-PACT) program provides tobacco treatment training to healthcare providers and staff across Kentucky who care for women of childbearing age, including pregnant women. The program’s goal is to improve the health and wellness of women and families across the commonwealth of Kentucky. Completers earn 4.0 credit hours and the K-PACT Certificate of Training. K-PACT was created by the UK Perinatal Research and Wellness Center in partnership with the Kentucky Opioid Response Effort (KORE).

The K-PACT training series includes four modules:

You must complete all 4 modules to Claim Credit or to Claim the K-PACT Program Certificate.