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Niveau d’information sur le tabac et accès aux aides pour sevrage des personnes consultant en psychiatrie : étude transversale en comparaison avec des personnes consultant en endocrinologie et en addictologie

Abstract : Objectives: to study the level of tobacco information of psychiatric patients, their smoking profile, their motivation for withdrawal and access to aids, comparing them with those of patients in addiction or with chronic illness.
Method: cross-sectional observational study of patients in psychiatry, addiction and endocrinology, by self-questionnaire.
Results: 249 people participated, 55 in psychiatry, 134 in addiction and 60 in endocrinology. Respectively, 53%, 77% and 22% were active smokers. All participants think that tobacco is dangerous for health. More than 30% of psychiatric patients considered smoking cessation to lead to a worsening of psychiatric disorders. 46% of smokers in psychiatry want to quit smoking and 20% in the coming month. NRTs and e-cigarettes are used by more than 60% of psychiatry or addictology consultants. Six out of ten smokers discussed stopping smoking with a health professional, regardless of the group.
Discussion: psychiatric patients are quite well informed about the risks and generalities of smoking. The impact of smoking on psychiatric illnesses was less known, even in psychiatry. More than half of psychiatric smoking consultants are motivated to initiate smoking cessation. They have access to help comparable to other groups.
Conclusion: the delay taken by psychiatry in the prevention and management of smoking seems to have been caught up. It is now necessary to go further and integrate the specificity of this population.
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Laura Lenoir. Niveau d’information sur le tabac et accès aux aides pour sevrage des personnes consultant en psychiatrie : étude transversale en comparaison avec des personnes consultant en endocrinologie et en addictologie. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2019. ⟨dumas-03204368⟩

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