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Making a difference: Nursing scholarship and leadership in tobacco control

. Gaps in the literature provided direction for stimulating nursing science, accelerating adoption of evidence-based recommendations in practice, expanding nursing education, and increasing nursing visibility and influence in health care policy efforts. T
Science Direct
added Jul 26, 2012 13:27

[UK] A smoking cessation intervention for staff in mental health services

An NHS trust providing specialist mental health services has put in place a smoke-free policy and supported staff to either abstain from smoking while at work or stop smoking completely. This article describes the intervention, which was carried out by s
Nursing Times
added Jun 20, 2017 10:11

Smoking Cessation 1 Year or More: Experiences of Successful Quitters

The findings suggest that maintaining cessation for a year or more is shaped by biological, psychological, and social conditions, as reflected in the essences. The essences coalesced to a tipping point of motivation and conditions leading to sustained be
Journal of Addictions Nursing
added Sep 15, 2016 02:25

[UK] Minister for public heath given World Health Organization Director-General Award

Public health minister Jane Ellison MP has been awarded the World Health Organization (WHO) Director-General Award for her efforts in overseeing the introduction of plain, standardised tobacco packaging. The award, which also recognises Ellison’s on-goi
Nursing in practice (uk)
added Jun 1, 2016 18:55

Current Survey: A recent study found that although fewer healthcare workers smoke compared with the general population, 8.34% still light up.

If you had colleagues who smoked, what would you do?
MedPage Today
added Jan 13, 2014 07:04

[Europe, Switzerland] OncoBlog: On a Smoke Break With Lung Cancer Docs

The last time I attended the European Lung Cancer Congress, I witnessed what I considered an odd ritual. ... People who routinely witness the biological, clinical, and pathological ravages of smoking … ventured out into weather ... to take a smoke break.
MedPage Today
added Jan 7, 2014 21:48

Getting 'unhooked': Smoking rates drop dramatically among registered nurses - World News Report

UCLA study tracking changes in smoking prevalence among nurses and other health care professionals between 2003 and 2011 found that the proportion of registered nurses who smoke dropped by more than a third during that period.
EIN (European Internet Network) Professional Edition
added Jan 7, 2014 21:17

[China] Second Hand Smoke Linked to Children's Behavior Problems

examined data from 646 mother-child pairs in China, where more than 70 percent of men smoke, and concluded that 25 percent children of whose mothers were exposed to smoke exhibited behavior problems compared to 16 percent of children of unexposed mothers.
Penn Nursing Science - University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing
added Dec 4, 2012 17:08

Are quit attempts among U.S. female nurses who smoke different from female smokers in the general population? An analysis of the 2006/2007 Tobacco Use Supplement to the Current Population Survey

BioMed Central (uk)
added Mar 26, 2012 00:00

Can school nurses help teens quit smoking?

added Oct 20, 2011 00:00
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