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Asking the Right Questions: Clinicians and Tobacco Cessation in the Clinical Encounter

Smoking Cessation

Asking the Right Questions: Clinicians and Tobacco Cessation in the Clinical Encounter

American Academy of Pediatrics

Approved: November 2012

Grant Period: December 2012 – February 2015

Proposal

Asking the Right Questions: Clinicians and Tobacco Cessation in the Clinical Encounter

The goal of this project is to improve child health by eliminating children’s exposure to tobacco and secondhand smoke. It aims to improve counseling by pediatricians and child health care clinicians about secondhand smoke exposure and tobacco use. Improve prenatal/family-based cessation interventions, and implement adoption of clinical practice system changes.