alexa Smoking prevention: attitudes and activities of New Zealand dentists.
Pharmaceutical Sciences

Pharmaceutical Sciences

Journal of Pharmaceutical Care & Health Systems

Author(s): Skegg JA, McGee RO, Stewart AW, Skegg JA, McGee RO, Stewart AW, Skegg JA, McGee RO, Stewart AW, Skegg JA, McGee RO, Stewart AW

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Abstract This study surveyed 400 dentists to determine their current practices with patients who smoke. Although dentists are aware of the importance of counselling patients on the cessation of smoking, they need to take a more active role in these activities. Current evidence suggests that even brief counselling interventions can help some patients stop smoking.
This article was published in N Z Dent J and referenced in Journal of Pharmaceutical Care & Health Systems

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