Pharmacists and action on tobacco
AbstractThis document is produced by the EuroPharm Forum Smoking Cessation Task Force and the Tobacco or Health Programme of WHO. It is mainly addressed to national pharmaceutical associations to be used as a guide when organizing pharmacy-based work for tobacco control. It can also be used by individual pharmacists who want to help their clients quit smoking. The text consists of the following parts: Background information and WHO policies concerning smoking; involvement and motivation of pharmacists; practical guide on how to organize smoking cessation services at pharmacy level; practical guide on the role of national pharmaceutical associations. Examples from countries participating in the task force, together with checklists and forms are attached to facilitate work at the national level
World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe & European Forum of Pharmaceutical Associations and the World HealthOrganization Annual Meeting. (1998). Pharmacists and action on tobacco. Copenhagen : WHO Regional Office for Europe. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/108128
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