Short Courses in Cardiovascular Health and Disease Prevention - Smoking Cessation Strategies

Imperial College London / School of Professional Development
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15.02.2011 - 18.02.2011  London
 
Course Content
This module looks at the guidelines, policy and legislation in relation to Tobacco. Smoking cessation strategies are explored in detail.

Brief outline of content

History of smoking, worldwide statistics and variations
Why is smoking cessation work necessary?
Profiles and three stages of smokers
Forms of smoking cessation therapy
Is there one successful method?
The role of support in smoking cessation
The role as educator
Personal attitude to smoking
Target Audience
Medical doctors and Nurses/Allied Health Professionals
Certifications
Certificate of Attendance
Local Organizer
School of Professional Development, Imperial College London
 
Categories
Health Promotion, Internal Medicine, Nutrition, Training for Nurses and Allied Health Professionals
Languages
English
Credit Points
24 CME
Fees
GBP 800,00
Organizer contact info
South Kensington Campus
SW7 2AZ London
United Kingdom
 
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