Community mental healthcare providers' attitudes and practices related to smoking cessation interventions for people living with severe mental illness.

@article{Johnson2009CommunityMH,
  title={Community mental healthcare providers' attitudes and practices related to smoking cessation interventions for people living with severe mental illness.},
  author={Joy L. Johnson and Leslie A Malchy and Pamela A Ratner and Shahadut Hossain and Ric M Procyshyn and Joan L Bottorff and Marlee Groening and Peter R. Gibson and M. Osborne and Annette Schultz},
  journal={Patient education and counseling},
  year={2009},
  volume={77 2},
  pages={289-95}
}
OBJECTIVE This study aimed to describe mental healthcare providers' attitudes about tobacco use, their personal smoking status, their confidence in offering smoking cessation support to clients living with severe mental illness, and the extent to which they incorporated smoking cessation interventions into their practice. The study also aimed to determine whether the providers' attitudes, smoking status, and confidence were associated with offering smoking cessation support to clients… CONTINUE READING

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