Nurses’ Responsibilities in Smoking Cessation
- 21 Sep 2012
- Brochure (TYPE OF RESOURCE)
- Training (TOPIC)
- Europe (REGION)
Almost every nurse during her or his career has cared for a patient with a tobacco-related disease. Midwives, pediatric nurses, school nurses and district nurses care for people over a full life-cycle. This is why nurses are key persons, both as educators and role models in the smoke-free process. This brochure from the World Health Organization outlines guidelines for nurses to use to help patients quit smoking.