Dr Laura Jones and Dr Nigel Baxter highlight the key evidence on smoking/secondhand smoke exposure and vaping/secondhand vapour exposure, how supporting families to change their home smoking behaviours can improve child health outcomes and lead to parents/carers quitting, and how to deliver effective, brief advice to support parents/carers to reduce children's exposure to secondhand smoke.
- Dr Laura Jones
- Dr Nigel Baxter
Date of Recording
July 6, 2018
March 6, 2023
Describe the health risks associated with exposure to secondhand smoke
Understand why it is important to raise the issue of secondhand smoke exposure with smoking parents/ carers
Effectively ask, advise and act on secondhand smoke exposure and smoke-free homes/ cars
Effectively encourage and support behaviour change in smoking parents/ carers
Understand how very brief advice on secondhand smoke and smoke-free homes aligns with their role as a healthcare professional
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Dr Laura Jones
Dr Nigel Baxter
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