Smoking and Behavioral Health Steven A. Schroeder, MD University of California, San Francisco June 22, 2004 Need for Smoking Intervention Smoking cessation needs to become a higher priority in the behavioral health field.
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Steven A. Schroeder, MD
University of California, San Francisco
June 22, 2004
1. Too busy
2. Lack of expertise
3. No financial incentive
4. Most smokers can’t/won’t quit
5. Stigmatizing smokers
6. Respect for privacy
7. Negative message might scare away patients
8. I smoke myself