How to increase the delivery of effective smoking cessation treatments in primary care settings: Guidance for doctors, nurses, other health professionals & healthcare organisations – New Zealand – December 2009

Posted on December 30, 2009. Filed under: General Practice, Public Hlth & Hlth Promotion | Tags: |

How to increase the delivery of effective smoking cessation treatments in primary care settings:  Guidance for doctors, nurses, other health professionals & healthcare organisations – New Zealand – December 2009

“Summary of publication

This report summarises the evidence on the delivery of effective smoking cessation. It focuses on the ABC approach to smoking cessation which brings with it a more “assertive” manner in which clinicians can work.

This guidance for health professionals provides different elements and key points of leverage that can be used to better implement and support smoking cessation in primary care.”

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