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Professional Development Opportunities

Leave The Pack Behind invites healthcare practitioners to attend free, monthly, online TEACH Lunch n’ Learn seminars.

All TEACH webinar series are accredited (MAINPRO-C). Webinars are held through Adobe Connect web conferencing software. Once registered, you will receive an e-mail with all of the details for how to sign-in to the session.

For more details on the course schedule, registration and accreditation, please visit the TEACH website


Leave The Pack Behind offers a wide variety of tailored resources that support young adults on- and off-campus to learn more about tobacco, and get assistance to quit. These resources are extensively focus-tested during development to ensure their appeal to the target audience of young adults.

All Leave The Pack Behind resources are free for use with young adults in Ontario. Many of the resources are available in English and French.

Please get in touch with the LTPB team.

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On-Campus Student Teams

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Leave The Pack Behind student teams are made up of anywhere between 3-10 paid and/or volunteer students that work together throughout the year to plan and implement Leave The Pack Behind activities and social marketing campaigns. The student teams conduct outreach through booths and walkabouts, and speak to their peers about smoking and quitting.

Click here to find out more about what the LTPB student teams do on campus.

Developing Your Own Tobacco Control Initiative

Since its inception on just six post-secondary campuses in Ontario, Leave The Pack Behind has been replicated on many dozens of geographically-diverse colleges and universities including large urban campuses, small town universities, commuter schools, high profile institutions and smaller colleges. Schools in Canada’s eastern provinces and northern territories have implemented the program in whole or in part, as have schools in Europe and the United States.

For more information on how you can develop your own tobacco control initiative...


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