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L'influence du statut tabagique des internes de médecine générale sur la prise en charge de leurs patients fumeurs

Abstract : General practitioners, who are the first advocates of tobacco control in France, are many to be themselves smokers. Their smoking status influences their coverge of the smoking. What about the resident? Does the smoking status of West Normandy general practitioner residents influence their smoking cessation treatments to patients? Our study is a prevalence and observational study. It concerns the general practitioner resident of the University of Medecine of Caen. We interviewed them through an online survey in October 2018. 89 residents fully responded to the survey, of which 27% smoking residents. They prescribed fewer nicotine substitutes than non-smokers (P=0,023). Residents experience deficiencies with tobacco addiction: limited usage of the Fagerström test, even of the simplified version and difficulties with Varenicline and medical care of smoking cessation. 92% of residents wish a complementary training in tobacco addiction. As a result, it appears that a formation in tabacology for residents would improve their medical care of smoking and smoking cessation.
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Lucy Fleury. L'influence du statut tabagique des internes de médecine générale sur la prise en charge de leurs patients fumeurs. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2019. ⟨dumas-02310259⟩

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