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Access to and use of aids to smoking cessation in the UK

Access to and use of aids to smoking cessation in the UK

Access to and use of aids to smoking cessation in the UK. Robert West University College London Austin, Texas February 2007. Outline. UK policy objectives The recent history of policy changes The current smoking cessation landscape The future. Policy objectives.

By Anita
(219 views)

TOBACCO

TOBACCO

TOBACCO. What is it?. An agricultural crop Also known as “chew” “dip” “smoke” Can be smoked, chewed, dipped and spit out Brown cut up leaves Main ingredient is nicotine (poisonous stimulant drug) 2 other harmful ingredients are Tar and Carbon Monoxide. Closer look at Nicotine.

By raphael
(215 views)

Stacy Giardina BSN, RN Quality Department West Virginia University Medicine

Stacy Giardina BSN, RN Quality Department West Virginia University Medicine

Smoking Cessation Treatment Beginning During Inpatient Admission Using the Electronic Health Record. Stacy Giardina BSN, RN Quality Department West Virginia University Medicine

By Mia_John
(156 views)

Project Quit Tobacco International (QTI)

Project Quit Tobacco International (QTI)

Project Quit Tobacco International (QTI). Mimi Nichter , Ph.D. University of Arizona School of Anthropology. Overview. Introduce Project Quit Tobacco International Provide a brief background on tobacco use and tobacco control in Turkey Discuss the current QTI project in Turkey.

By kirti
(205 views)

Health promotion Ola Ali Nassr

Health promotion Ola Ali Nassr

Health promotion Ola Ali Nassr. Assistant Lecturer, Al- Mustansiriyah University e-mail: ola.nassr@uomustansiriyah.edu.iq MSc Clinical Pharmacy Strathclyde University 12 Nov 2015. Background

By fabienne
(151 views)

Tackling Tobacco in Mental Health Services - translating evidence into (sustainable) practice

Tackling Tobacco in Mental Health Services - translating evidence into (sustainable) practice

Tackling Tobacco in Mental Health Services - translating evidence into (sustainable) practice. Rachel Whiffen , Manager –Communities & Programs, Quit Victoria Shane Sweeney, Manager SUMITT, NWMH Suzy Turner, Senior Quality and Improvement Coordinator, NWMH

By jadyn
(222 views)

Children's Community Asthma Nursing team

Children's Community Asthma Nursing team

Children's Community Asthma Nursing team. Claire Wade – Paediatric Community Matron Lesley Turpie - community asthma nurse Amy Westpfel – community asthma nurse. background.

By aleta
(873 views)

Indiana’s Plan to Reduce Infant Mortality

Indiana’s Plan to Reduce Infant Mortality

Indiana’s Plan to Reduce Infant Mortality. Jerome Adams, MD, MPH State Health Commissioner November 13, 2014. Factors Contributing to Infant Mortality in Indiana. Smoking (ISDH #3 priority) 16.5% pregnant mothers smoke 30% Medicaid Moms smoke!!!

By nairi
(295 views)

Ten years of the CHD NSF

Ten years of the CHD NSF

Ten years of the CHD NSF. Professor Roger Boyle CBE National Director for Heart Disease and Stroke Department of Health. Frustration. Poor performance Lack of teamwork Inability to innovate – new ideas stifled Poor management Financial and general Poor results (outcomes)

By nan
(80 views)

Nancy Rigotti, MD

Nancy Rigotti, MD

Nancy Rigotti, MD. Treatment Review: Overview of the Evidence Base for Tobacco Dependence Treatment. 10/09/2011. OVERVIEW. Why is tobacco treatment necessary for global tobacco control? Why do smokers keep smoking? What smoking cessation treatments are effective? Behavioral

By blondelle
(174 views)

Focus Area 27 Tobacco Use Progress Review

Focus Area 27 Tobacco Use Progress Review

Focus Area 27 Tobacco Use Progress Review. Edward J. Sondik National Center for Health Statistics August 21, 2008. Tobacco Use. Tobacco Use Leading cause of preventable death 438,000 smoking attributable deaths each year (1997-2001) 8.6 million serious illnesses each year (2000)

By cherie
(186 views)

Smoking Cessation Program Controls Pause	  Alt p Quit	  Alt q Table of Contents

Smoking Cessation Program Controls Pause  Alt p Quit  Alt q Table of Contents

Smoking Cessation Program Controls Pause  Alt p Quit  Alt q Table of Contents Alt i Main Clinic  Alt o Skip Video/Audio Esc Case Discussion Alt c Simulated Patients Alt v. Smoking Cessation

By cachez
(146 views)

NONPRESCRIPTION NICOTINE REPLACEMENT THERAPY

NONPRESCRIPTION NICOTINE REPLACEMENT THERAPY

NONPRESCRIPTION NICOTINE REPLACEMENT THERAPY. “CIGARETTE SMOKING…. is the chief, single, avoidable cause of death in our society and the most important public health issue of our time.”. C. Everett Koop, M.D., former U.S. Surgeon General. ADULT PER CAPITA CONSUMPTION OF TOBACCO, 1880-2000.

By yered
(158 views)

Te aukatinga kai paipa Smoking cessation for Māori

Te aukatinga kai paipa Smoking cessation for Māori

Te aukatinga kai paipa Smoking cessation for Māori . Ahakoa he iti te matakahi, ka pakaru i a ia te tōtara Although the wedge is small, it overcomes the tōtara tree (meaning: A little effort applied properly can achieve good results).

By idra
(139 views)

Improving Implementation of Smoking Cessation Guidelines in Antenatal Care in NSW

Improving Implementation of Smoking Cessation Guidelines in Antenatal Care in NSW

Improving Implementation of Smoking Cessation Guidelines in Antenatal Care in NSW. Jo Longman, Megan Passey , Jenn Johnston and Cathy Adams. Sydney School of Public Health. In this presentation:. Background to this study

By xanthe
(1 views)

Tackling the smoking epidemic

Tackling the smoking epidemic

Tackling the smoking epidemic. IPCRG Smoking cessation guidance for primary care. The smoking epidemic. Stage I Sub-Saharan Africa. Stage II China, Japan, SE Asia, Latin America, N Africa. Stage III Eastern and Southern Europe. Stage IV W Europe, N America Australia.

By yule
(140 views)

Smoking Cessation

Smoking Cessation

Smoking Cessation. Smoke Signals. Unhealthy Habit. During 2012, 18% of US adults, 18 years of age and older, were current smokers, as compared to 24.7% during 1997 and 18.9% during 2011.

By olaf
(2 views)

Rx for CHANGE

Rx for CHANGE

Rx for CHANGE. Clinician-Assisted Tobacco Cessation for Surgical Patients. Developed through a collaboration of the American Society for Anesthesiologists and the Rx for Change: Clinician-Assisted Tobacco Cessation program.

By reuel
(413 views)

A true smoking alternative to traditional tobacco cigarettes!

A true smoking alternative to traditional tobacco cigarettes!

A true smoking alternative to traditional tobacco cigarettes!. Electronic Cigarettes. Best Offer!. Ten Cartridges Two Batteries Two Atomizers Wall Charger Car Charger USB Charger. CS-66. Clean Electronic Cigarette 15713 Valley Blvd. City of Industry CA, 91744

By johnavon
(88 views)

POCHE

POCHE

POCHE . IMPACT OF DENTAL DISEASE ON A SAMPLE OF ABORIGINAL ADULTS LIVING IN THE CENTRAL COAST REGION OF NSW . Population Oral Health . Professor Anthony Blinkhorn. The Service. Provide emergency care Ongoing care Advice on controlling dental disease Smoking cessation advice and referral

By vanig
(140 views)

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