E-cigarettes: a guide for healthcare professionals

This course covers the safety and effectiveness of e-cigarettes, types of device and issues for e-cigarette users to consider. It looks specifically at the role of e-cigarettes for young people and pregnant women who smoke, and answers frequently asked questions. The course aims to provide health professionals with the knowledge, and clinical guidance, to ensure that the advice that they give to smokers is evidence-based and effective.

You can access the course via the NCSCT website or directly here

The launch of the course coincides with the publication of the latest (February 2018) evidence review by Public Health England.  The full report can be downloaded from the online course and the executive summary is here

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