Smoking cessation in secondary care: acute and maternity settings
Self-assessment framework for NHS acute trusts to develop local action to reduce smoking prevalence and the use of tobacco.
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The self-assessment tool breaks down the NICE guidance into 4 areas:
- systems required to implement the guidance
- communication required
- training that will help staff to successfully implement the recommendations
- treatments that should be available to support staff and service users
This self-assessment tool supports all of the recommendations applicable to acute services in the NICE guidelines on Smoking cessation in secondary care.
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Public Health England has also developed a suite of resources including a self-assessment tool to support the implementation of NICE guidance in mental health settings.