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Delivering Tobacco Cessation Through Community Health Workers: Curriculum and Training Considerations.

Texas faces unique barriers in health status and risk behaviors such as smoking. To address tobacco use, community health workers (CHWs) are a resource for disseminating education among a population. To promote smoking cessation in Texas, there is a need for the development of a smoking cessation training program for CHWs. The National Community Health Worker Training Center used an approach with CHWs to develop a curriculum. From the curriculum development and with feedback from CHWs, 4 training courses we...

Smoking and quitting smoking during pregnancy: A qualitative exploration of the socio-cultural context for the development of a couple-based smoking cessation intervention in Romania.

Smoking during pregnancy has negative effects on the mother and the unborn infant. Barriers to and facilitators of smoking cessation during pregnancy are context-dependent and multifaceted. This qualitative research explored pregnant women's experiences with smoking and cessation in Romania, and informed the development of a couple-focused smoking cessation intervention.

Why video health education messages should be considered for all dental waiting rooms.

Video is an effective, accessible, and low cost method of delivering health education messages to a wide audience. Dental waiting rooms provide an opportunity to deliver video oral health education interventions to receptive viewers. In this study we aim to evaluate firstly video oral health education in regards to patient preference, and secondly its ability to change both immediate and sustained self-reported intended health behaviours by patients.

The Impact of Aversive Advice During Percutaneous Coronary Intervention on Smoking Cessation in Patients With Acute Coronary Syndrome.

Smoking cessation is important to prevent recurrence of acute coronary syndrome (ACS), but even in patients with ACS, smoking is hard to quit.

Digital Information Technology Use and Patient Preferences for Internet-Based Health Education Modalities: Cross-Sectional Survey Study of Middle-Aged and Older Adults With Chronic Health Conditions.

Health information, patient education, and self-management (health information and advice, HIA) tools are increasingly being made available to adults with chronic health conditions through internet-based health and mobile health (mHealth) digital information technologies. However, there is limited information about patient preferences for using specific types of health information and advice resources and how preferences and usage differ by age group and education.

Feasibility of text messaging to augment brief advice and nicotine replacement therapy for smoking cessation in college students.

To test the feasibility of a university health center-delivered smoking cessation intervention that adds a 6-week course of text messaging to brief advice and nicotine patch therapy. : Young adult cigarette smokers ( = 40) from 2 universities from January 2015 to May 2016. : Randomized controlled trial comparing brief advice, nicotine patch therapy and: (1) a 6-week text messaging intervention ( = 20); or (2) no text messaging ( = 20). Primary outcomes included enrollment, retention and satisfac...

Does the diagnosis of bladder cancer lead to higher rates of smoking cessation? Findings from the Medicare Health Outcomes Survey.

Smoking is the most common risk factor for bladder cancer (BC) and is associated with adverse clinical outcomes. The diagnosis of BC represents a 'teachable moment' for smoking cessation. We investigate the likelihood of smoking cessation after BC diagnosis in a population database.

Cancer risk among young men with weight gain after smoking cessation: A population-based cohort study.

Smoking cessation may help the current smokers to reduce cancer risk. However, weight gain following smoking cessation may attenuate the protective association of cessation with cancer.

Comparing the Efficacy of an Identical, Tailored Smoking Cessation Intervention Delivered by Mobile Text Messaging Versus Email: Randomized Controlled Trial.

There is a need to deliver smoking cessation support at a population level, both in developed and developing countries. Studies on internet-based and mobile phone-based smoking cessation interventions have shown that these methods can be as effective as other methods of support, and they can have a wider reach at a lower cost.

Socioeconomic patterns of smoking cessation behavior in low and middle-income countries: Emerging evidence from the Global Adult Tobacco Surveys and International Tobacco Control Surveys.

Tobacco smoking is often more prevalent among those with lower socio-economic status (SES) in high-income countries, which can be driven by the inequalities in initiation and cessation of smoking. Smoking is a leading contributor to socio-economic disparities in health. To date, the evidence for any socio-economic inequality in smoking cessation is lacking, especially in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). This study examined the association between cessation behaviours and SES of smokers from eight L...

Performance obligations to improve delivery of hospital-initiated smoking cessation interventions: A before-and-after evaluation.

This study evaluated whether introducing performance obligations (a policy intervention) to service agreements between hospitals (n=15) and their local health authority: 1) improved provision of an evidence-based tobacco cessation intervention (the "Ottawa Model" for Smoking Cessation); and, 2) changed the quality of the cessation intervention being delivered.

Factors associated with quit attempts and smoking cessation in Brazil: findings from the International Tobacco Control Brazil Survey.

This study aimed to identify factors associated with attempting to quit and successful smoking cessation in a population-based sample of Brazilian smokers.

A randomized controlled trial of a smoking cessation self-help intervention for Spanish-speaking Hispanic/Latinx smokers: Study design and baseline characteristics.

Although the current smoking prevalence among Hispanics/Latinxs (10%) is lower than in non-Hispanic whites (15%), higher prevalence is observed among certain subgroups (e.g., Puerto Rican males, 19%). Hispanic/Latinx smokers face unique challenges such as lower awareness and acceptability of nicotine replacement aids, lower prevalence of using counseling or medication, and receiving less advice to quit by their health care providers. Despite these barriers to smoking cessation, few interventions specificall...

Perception and Attitudes of Dental Students' Towards Their Role in the Delivery of a Brief Smoking Cessation Intervention.

An assessment of dental students attitudes' and perceptions towards smoking, and their role in smoking cessation, needs to be understood in order to develop an effective training program in smoking cessation counseling. The aim of study was to understand attitudes, perceptions and knowledge of students towards their/this role in smoking cessation, to understand students' self-reported requirements in relation to skills and knowledge prior to training, and to understand students' self-reported learning from ...

Not Just a Medical Student: Delivering Medical Education Through a Short Video Series on Social Media.

"Not Just a Medical Student" is an innovative bite-size medical education video series founded and hosted on social media. Its primary aim is to inspire tomorrow's doctors to be creative while engaging and informing them with the latest innovations, technology, and conferences within various specialties. To our knowledge, these themes are scarcely covered in the structured medical curriculum. Created and launched in August 2017, "Not Just a Medical Student" quickly gained traction; with over 1000 followers ...

Receptiveness to smoking cessation training among community service organisation staff.

Smoking rates among people experiencing disadvantage are significantly higher than for the general population. Community service organisations (CSOs) have been suggested as appropriate settings to address tobacco use among this sub-group. This study aimed to (i) assess CSO staff members' interest in receiving smoking cessation training, (ii) explore the factors associated with interest, and (iii) identify preferred cessation support information formats.

Mentoring and Education: A Lifetime of Experience and Learning.

As recipient of the 2018 Robert M. Nerem Education and Mentorship Medal from the ASME, I was asked to prepare an article to contribute my reflections on these topics, that arise whenever we offer advice and guidance to our younger colleagues. This represents my personal views on Bob Nerem, after whom the award is named, my experiences that have impacted me as a mentor, and some words of advice, offered cautiously and with qualifications, with regard to best practices in mentoring.

Effects of a multi-behavioral health promotion program at worksite on smoking patterns and quit behavior.

Tobacco use is associated with various severe health risks. Therefore, the need to decrease smoking rates is a great public health concern. The workplace has capability as a setting through which large groups of smokers can be reached to encourage smoking cessation.

Interventions for smoking cessation in people diagnosed with lung cancer.

Lung cancer is one of the most common causes of death from cancer worldwide. Smoking induces and aggravates many health problems, including vascular diseases, respiratory illnesses and cancers. Tobacco smoking constitutes the most important risk factor for lung cancer. Most people with lung cancer are still active smokers at diagnosis or frequently relapse after smoking cessation. Quitting smoking is the most effective way for smokers to reduce the risk of premature death and disability. People with lung ca...

Gender differences in relationships between sociodemographic factors and e-cigarette use with smoking cessation: 2014-15 current population survey tobacco use supplement.

There is conflicting evidence regarding whether men and women are equally likely to quit smoking. We assessed whether gender differences in smoking cessation varied between different sociodemographic groups and across e-cigarette use.

Darker skin color is associated with a lower likelihood of smoking cessation among males but not females.

Darker skin color is associated with discrimination and unfair treatment and may contribute to persisting health disparities. This study examined whether darker skin color was associated with smoking cessation and whether this association was moderated by sex and race. This study also explored whether biological and psychosocial factors, including nicotine and cotinine concentrations, discrimination, distrust, and neuroticism, mediated this association. The data for this study came from a prospective smokin...

A Smartphone App to Assist Smoking Cessation Among Aboriginal Australians: Findings From a Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial.

Mobile health (mHealth) apps have the potential to increase smoking cessation, but little research has been conducted with Aboriginal communities in Australia.

Dentist and hygienist smoking cessation counseling and awareness of Medicaid benefits.

Integrating smoking cessation interventions into dental care is an efficient way to intervene with smokers. This study of dentists and dental hygienists who provide dental care to Medicaid-insured patients explores awareness of Medicaid smoking cessation benefits, awareness of Quitline resources, beliefs about perceived role in providing tobacco interventions, and behaviors around clinical intervention.

Food insecurity transitions and smoking behavior among older adults who smoke.

Cross-sectional data reveal that smoking cigarettes is highly prevalent among those who are food insecure. However, there is limited and conflicting evidence concerning whether causal factors may influence associations of food insecurity with smoking behavior. Additionally, temporality is a core feature of food insecurity that should be considered when examining linkages between food insecurity and health behaviors like smoking cessation. In 2019, data were extracted from waves 2012 and 2014 of the Health a...

Harm reduction treatment for smoking (HaRT-S): findings from a single-arm pilot study with smokers experiencing chronic homelessness.

Smoking prevalence and mortality is 5 times higher for the chronically homeless versus general population. Unfortunately, traditional smoking cessation treatment does not optimally engage this population. In a preliminary study, smokers experiencing chronic homelessness suggested providers avoid giving advice to quit and instead use a more compassionate, nonjudgmental style to discuss a broader menu of patient-driven options, including safer nicotine use. Most had negative perceptions of smoking cessation m...

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