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Training health professionals in smoking cessation.

Training health professionals in smoking cessation. There is good evidence that brief interventions from health professionals can increase rates of smoking cessation. A number of trials have examined whether specific skills training for health professionals leads them to have greater success in helping their patients who smoke. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Cochrane database of systematic reviews Pubmed

Training health professionals in smoking cessation.

The Cochrane database of systematic reviews , Volume (3): -213999999 – Jul 5, 2001

Training health professionals in smoking cessation.


Abstract

There is good evidence that brief interventions from health professionals can increase rates of smoking cessation. A number of trials have examined whether specific skills training for health professionals leads them to have greater success in helping their patients who smoke.

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DOI
10.1002/14651858.CD000214
pmid
10908465

Abstract

There is good evidence that brief interventions from health professionals can increase rates of smoking cessation. A number of trials have examined whether specific skills training for health professionals leads them to have greater success in helping their patients who smoke.

Journal

The Cochrane database of systematic reviewsPubmed

Published: Jul 5, 2001

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