Tobacco Cessation for Advanced Practice Nurses
Health Professions Division Nova Southeastern Univ
Fort Laduerdale, Fl
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The predicted shortfall of primary care physicians and the millions of newly insured beginning in 2014 call for an increase in the number of advanced practice nurses . Advanced practice nurses (APRN) can significantly improve their clients’ quality of life and increase their life expectancy through tobacco cessation education. The purpose of this evidence-based practice study was to educate advanced nurse practitioner students (APRN) on smoking information and techniques to assist clients with quitting smoking in the primary care setting.
Whitehead, Diane, "Tobacco Cessation for Advanced Practice Nurses" (2014). College of Nursing Proceedings, Presentations, Posters, Speeches, Lectures, etc.. 136.
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