Medical providers need to help patients quit smoking

06/20/2010 | HealthDay News

A survey of medical providers found that many fail to follow national guidelines for helping patients quit smoking, with reasons varying from their own tobacco use to a lack of training. The study also showed that while 65% of registered nurses ask smoking patients to quit, only 25% of them help set a quit date -- a practice more common among primary care physicians.

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