Healthcare professionals are well-placed to counsel their patients about quitting smoking. Read this article to learn about counselling tips for smoking cessation.
Smoking cessation support
A variety of pharmacotherapeutic options – including nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) – are available for your patients who wish to quit smoking. Read all about them in this article.
Helping your patients quit smoking permanently involves a number of approaches, including addressing the stages of change, providing motivational support and offering counselling. Read this article to learn more.
Most smokers want to quit. Healthcare practitioners can assist them by suggesting proven and validated cessation aids, such as nicotine replacement therapy.
Very Brief Counselling is a method of advising patients on smoking cessation. It has proven effective in helping patients quit smoking. Read more about Very Brief Counselling in this article.
What is the association between type 2 diabetes and cigarette smoking? Learn more about it in this article.