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The Pediatrician as Smoking Cessation Counselor: Rationale and Review of the Literature

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There is ample evidence that children are harmed by tobacco smoke exposure. Pediatricians concerned about tobacco's effect on children have often focused on harm reduction, i.e. counseling parents to smoke outside. More recently, pediatricians have become interested in directly addressing smoking cessation. This review concentrates on why pediatricians are in a unique position to access smokers, and why they should specifically act as smoking cessation counselors. The available literature on the pediatrician as smoking cessation counselor for both parents and adolescents is reviewed. A brief introduction to the various evidence-based counseling methods is also provided.

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  • Current Pediatric Reviews publishes frontier reviews on all the latest advances in pediatric medicine. The journal's aim is to publish the highest quality review articles dedicated to clinical research in the field. The journal is essential reading for all researchers and clinicians in pediatric medicine.
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