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Keogan, Sheila (2012) Evaluation of smoking cessation services in Ireland: design and pilot of a smoking cessation treatment database. mPhil thesis, Dublin Institute of Technology.

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A reduction in tobacco use is one of the stated aims of the National Health Promotion Strategy (2000-2005) (Department of Health and Children, 2000a) as well being the core activity of membership for all health promoting hospitals (HPH).

AIMS OF THE STUDY
1. To develop a database of smoking cessation services in Ireland.
2. Do a census of the smoking cessation services in Ireland and evaluate the range and availability of them.
3. Develop a database for use in smoking cessation treatment services which would schedule consultations with patients and gather all relevant demographics, treatments and their outcomes, (cessation treatment database) and pilot its use over a 3 month period.
4. Conduct a patient satisfaction survey of the service users.


Item Type
Thesis
Publication Type
Irish-related
Drug Type
Tobacco / Nicotine
Intervention Type
Drug therapy, Treatment method, Psychosocial treatment method
Date
2012
Pages
195 p.
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