Enrolments before 8 Oct 2018 Helping smokers quit is a complex area, with many smokers continuing to smoke despite their medical cirumstances. This resource provides an evidence-based approach to a range of interventions tailored to individual cases.
Note: This resource is not accepting any further enrolments. Please enrol in the new Smoking Cessation resource if you have not started this resource yet. Please continue your progress and complete this resource if you have already started it.
Format: There are five cases in this module, each addressing a different complexity in relation to smoking cessation. Each case consists of statistics, expert feedback, multiple-choice, true/false and short answer questions to assist with your learning.
1. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (30 min)
2. Depression (1.5 hours)
3. Pregnant, Indigenous teenager (30 min)
4. Alcohol dependence (1.5 hours)
5. Harm-reduction/Schizophrenia (30 min)
|Author:||Dr Renee Bittoun
Dr Colin Mendelsohn
|Release Date:||November 2014||Revised Date:||N/A|