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DEJAR DE FUMAR HOY QUIT SMOKING NOW
Principal Investigator Sally Haack
Project Title DEJAR DE FUMAR HOY QUIT SMOKING NOW
Grants Awarded Number 63
Status Grant Complete, 2010
Organization Community Access PharmacyPrimary Health Care
Location Des Moines, IA
Grant Category Therapeutics, Diseases & Populations
Keyword Smoking Cessation
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Objectives Pharmacists have proven that they are capable of providing smoking cessation services to patients who are ready to quit. Hispanics make up 12.5% of the population US Census 2000 and because of increasing immigration and family size, the Hispanic population is expected to grow to 16.7% by 2011. Evidence shows that Hispanic smokers report less advice to quit smoking than non-Hispanic smokers. Therefore, there is a need to create a culturally-appropriate smoking cessation program that pharmacists can manage in a community pharmacy setting. The primary objective of this project is to develop a series of brief interventions, which includes cognitive reframing strategies, for counseling Hispanic pharmacy patients regarding smoking cessation. Secondary objectives include: 1 to introduce anti-smoking advertisements via local Spanish radio stations 2 to market the smoking cessation program at cultural events and 3 to collaborate with other health care providers who serve Hispanic patients. Patients will be surveyed to determine their satisfaction with the pharmacist interventions and cessation rates will be calculated using a saliva test to verify the patients smoking status.
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