Effectiveness of tobacco intervention education in health professional students' practice: a systematic review protocol

JUN 2016: Faculty: Thomas R | JBI Database of Systematic Reviews and Implementation Reports | Status: Published Online

 

Hyndman K, Thomas R, Patterson S, Compton S, Schira R, Godfrey C, Bradley J, Chachula K. Effectiveness of tobacco intervention education in health professional students' practice: a systematic review protocol. JBI Database of Systematic Reviews and Implementation Reports. 2016 Jun.


 

ABSTRACT:
Review question/objective: The objective of this review is to examine the effectiveness of entry-level education on smoking cessation or prevention and tobacco-dependence interventions on health professional student practice in promoting client health and on client smoking cessation behaviors.

 

The specific review question to be addressed: what is the effect of entry-level tobacco dependence education on: (1) health professional students' knowledge and skills and self-efficacy, (2) performance of tobacco prevention and cessation interventions, and (3) client smoking cessation behaviors?

 


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