Professional Development

Behaviour Change Interventions for Vaping

We have seen a plethora of information in the community and the media on vaping, its uptake over the last decade and the long term health effects. Now it is time to act!

This FREE WEBINAR will focus on behaviour change strategies to help people quit vaping. It will equip you as a practitioner with skills to better  support young people and families.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Demonstrate a theoretical and practical understanding of behaviour change science and its key principles;
  • Design and implement behaviour change interventions, and
  • Use the following core behaviour change techniques to assist people to quit vaping: increasing motivation, developing SMART goals, if-then planning, and self-monitoring and self-evaluation.


Dr. Michelle Jongenelis is an Associate Professor and Clinical Psychologist with expertise in health promotion, intervention development and evaluation, and behavioural science. She works across multiple and diverse health-related behaviours including alcohol and tobacco control, nutrition, physical activity, and sun protection.

She also work as a researcher and consultant for a broad range of organisations covering the not-for-profit and government sectors. Dr. Michelle also sits on the Australian Council of Smoking and Health, the Public Health Association of Australia’s Health Promotion Special Interest Group, and the World Federation of Public Health Associations’ Tobacco Control Working Group.

More Information

LEAD, ph (02) 9620 6172 or email

Code: WS2421

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Online Workshop


Tuesday 20 June 2023


10:00 AM - 1:00 PM

More Info



Online Workshop


Online via Zoom


  • Member: FREE
  • Non-Member: FREE

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