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Smoking prevalence and knowledge of associated risks in adult attenders at day centres for people with learning disabilities
BACKGROUND: Increased longevity among people with learning disabilities is accompanied by an increase in morbidity. A possible explanation is that living in the community and a move to greater independence may bring higher ...
Smoking in pregnancy: The role of the transtheoretical model and the mother's attachment to the fetus
This study investigated whether pregnant smokers demonstrated cognitive and behavioural patterns hypothesised to underpin the different stages of change (SOC) and whether fetal attachment varied according to this process. ...
How to implement a smoke-free policy
It takes courage, leadership and planning to successfully implement a smoke-free policy in mental health settings. The content of the policy is crucial in setting parameters for implementation. Management and clinicians ...