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Smoking cessation campaign launched by DH

27th January 2009

The NHS has launched a campaign which targets GPs and aims to stop people from smoking.

The campaign wants GPs to try "30-second interventions" where they communicate with patients using the "three As - ask, advice and act". The Department of Health has said research shows that this is the "single most cost effective and clinically proven action that a healthcare professional can undertake."


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Article Information

Title: Smoking cessation campaign launched by DH
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 9949
Date Added: 27th Jan 2009


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