transparent gif


Ej inloggad.

Göteborgs universitets publikationer

Consensus Report: 2nd European Workshop on Tobacco Use Prevention and Cessation for Oral Health Professionals.

Författare och institution:
Christoph A Ramseier (-); Saman Warnakulasuriya (-); Ian G Needleman (-); Jennifer E Gallagher (-); Aira Lahtinen (-); Anja Ainamo (-); Ivan Alajbeg (-); David Albert (-); Nadia Al-Hazmi (-); Magda Ecaterina Antohé (-); Johann Beck-Mannagetta (-); Habib Benzian (-); Jan Bergström (-); Viv Binnie (-); Michael Bornstein (-); Silvia Büchler (-); Alan Carr (-); Antonio Carrassi (-); Elias Casals Peidró (-); Ian Chapple (-); Sharon Compton (-); Jon Crail (-); Karen Crews (-); Joan Mary Davis (-); Thomas Dietrich (-); Birgitta Enmark (-); Jared Fine (-); Tony Jenner (-); Doriana Forna (-); Angela Fundak (-); Monika Gyenes (-); Marjolijn Hovius (-); Annelies Jacobs (-); Taru Kinnunen (-); Ron Knevel (-); Anne Koerber (-); Roberto Labella (-); Martina Lulic (-); Nikos Mattheos (-); Andy McEwen (-); Kerstin Öhrn (-); Argy Polychronopoulou (-); Philip Preshaw (-); Nicki Radley (-); Josine Rosseel (-); Meta Schoonheim-Klein (-); Jean Suvan (-); Sabina Ulbricht (-); Petra Verstappen (-); Clemens Walter (-); Jan Wennström (Institutionen för odontologi); Seppo Wickholm (-); Liana Zoitopoulos (-)
Publicerad i:
International dental journal, 60 ( 1 ) s. 3-6
Artikel, refereegranskad vetenskaplig
Sammanfattning (abstract):
Tobacco use has been identified as a major risk factor for oral disorders such as cancer and periodontal disease. Tobacco use cessation (TUC) is associated with the potential for reversal of precancer, enhanced outcomes following periodontal treatment, and better periodontal status compared to patients who continue to smoke. Consequently, helping tobacco users to quit has become a part of both the responsibility of oral health professionals and the general practice of dentistry. TUC should consist of behavioural support, and if accompanied by pharmacotherapy, is more likely to be successful. It is widely accepted that appropriate compensation of TUC counselling would give oral health professionals greater incentives to provide these measures. Therefore, TUC-related compensation should be made accessible to all dental professionals and be in appropriate relation to other therapeutic interventions. International and national associations for oral health professionals are urged to act as advocates to promote population, community and individual initiatives in support of tobacco use prevention and cessation (TUPAC) counselling, including integration in undergraduate and graduate dental curricula. In order to facilitate the adoption of TUPAC strategies by oral health professionals, we propose a level of care model which includes 1) basic care: brief interventions for all patients in the dental practice to identify tobacco users, assess readiness to quit, and request permission to re-address at a subsequent visit, 2) intermediate care: interventions consisting of (brief) motivational interviewing sessions to build on readiness to quit, enlist resources to support change, and to include cessation medications, and 3) advanced care: intensive interventions to develop a detailed quit plan including the use of suitable pharmacotherapy. To ensure that the delivery of effective TUC becomes part of standard care, continuing education courses and updates should be implemented and offered to all oral health professionals on a regular basis.
Ämne (baseras på Högskoleverkets indelning av forskningsämnen):
Klinisk medicin ->
Odontologi ->
Consensus, Counseling, Dental Staff, Europe, Health Policy, Humans, Insurance, Dental, Mouth Neoplasms, etiology, Patient Education as Topic, Periodontal Diseases, etiology, Tobacco Use Cessation, economics, methods, Tobacco Use Disorder, complications
Postens nummer:
Posten skapad:
2011-01-03 14:20
Posten ändrad:
2011-12-20 11:37

Visa i Endnote-format

Göteborgs universitet • Tel. 031-786 0000
© Göteborgs universitet 2007