The Vaping Information, Solutions, and Interventions Toolkit (VISIT) was created for adolescent and young adult health professionals by a team of clinicians, educators, and researchers. Read more about the Co-Founders on this webpage in the section to the right.
Vaping among youth and young adults is a pressing issue affecting the health of young people.
Staying up-to-date with the latest trends and research on vaping devices, products, flavors and health effects can be challenging, but using this Toolkit can accelerate the process of learning about this issue, screening and counseling your patients, and guiding them to the best treatment for nicotine and/or cannabis vaping dependence.
We designed this website with the intention to provide adolescent & young adult health professionals with:
1. the most up-to-date and relevant information on vaping.
2. youth-friendly printouts for the clinical setting.
3. information to screening, counsel, and support young people who are using e-cigarettes/vapes.
4. easy-to-share resources for young people ready to quit and families wanting to support them.
Arash Anoshiravani, MD, MPH
Medical Director, Stanford Children's Health Teen Van Program
Clinical Informaticist & HIMS Medical Director, Stanford Children's HIMS
Clinical Associate Professor, Division of Adolescent Medicine, Stanford School of Medicine
Bradley Zicherman, MD
Clinical Assistant Professor
Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences - Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Special Thanks to Our Funders
Feel Free to Contact Us
Thank you for VISITing our website and checking out our resources.
Please keep in mind that the VISIT team is available for technical assistance and support.
If you have any questions about the VISIT program or website, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Someone from our team will respond and assist you in a timely manner.