Manual of Smoking Cessation: A Guide for Counsellors and Practitioners
April 2008, Wiley-Blackwell
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Statements of Professional Interest.
Part 1: Essential Information.
Chapter 1: Smoking demographics.
1.1 Smoking patterns.
1.2 Smoking cessation.
1.3 Sources for updating prevalence statistics.
1.4 Multiple choice questions.
Chapter 2: The health risks of smoking and the benefits of stopping.
2.1 Smoking mortality.
2.2 Smoking morbidity.
2.3 Health benefits of smoking cessation.
2.4 Sources for updating health information and statistics.
2.5 Multiple choice questions.
Part 2: Practical Advice.
Chapter 3: Brief interventions.
3.1 Assessment and recording of smoking status.
3.2 Advising smokers to stop and assessing interest in quitting.
3.3 Compensatory smoking.
3.4 Reasons why stopping smoking can be difficult.
3.5 Treatment to help with stopping smoking.
3.6 Referral to local services.
3.7 Wider context.
3.8 Multiple choice questions.
Chapter 4: Intensive one-to-one support and advice.
4.1 Smoking cessation treatments and their outcome.
4.4 Behavioural support – withdrawal oriented treatment.
4.6 Multiple choice questions.
Chapter 5: Telephone counselling.
5.1 Recruiting smokers into treatment by telephone.
5.2 Behavioural support by telephone.
5.3 Multiple choice questions.
Chapter 6: Group interventions.
6.1 Recruitment and assessment.
6.2 Treatment programme for groups.
6.3 Group treatment content.
6.4 Monitoring and follow-up.
6.5 Multiple choice questions.
Answers to multiple choice questions.