Tobacco-related medical education and physician interventions with parents who smoke: Survey of Canadian family physicians and pediatricians.

@article{Victor2010TobaccorelatedME,
  title={Tobacco-related medical education and physician interventions with parents who smoke: Survey of Canadian family physicians and pediatricians.},
  author={J Charles Victor and Joan M Brewster and Roberta Ferrence and Mary Jane Ashley and Joanna E Cohen and Peter Selby},
  journal={Canadian family physician Medecin de famille canadien},
  year={2010},
  volume={56 2},
  pages={157-63}
}
OBJECTIVE To examine the relationship between physicians' tobacco-related medical training and physicians' confidence in their tobacco-related skills and smoking-related interventions with parents of child patients. DESIGN Mailed survey. SETTING Canada. PARTICIPANTS The survey was mailed to 800 family physicians and 800 pediatricians across Canada, with a corrected response rate of 65% (N = 900). MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES Physicians' self-reported tobacco-related education, knowledge, and… CONTINUE READING
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