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A cross-sectional analysis of factors associated with the intention to engage in tobacco treatment among inpatients in a state psychiatric hospital.
WHAT IS KNOWN ON THE SUBJECT?: People admitted to psychiatric facilities have high rates of tobacco use and hospitalizations present an opportunity for patients to have conversations… Read more
A systematic review of secondhand tobacco smoke exposure and smoking behaviors: Smoking status, susceptibility, initiation, dependence, and cessation
To examine the association between secondhand tobacco smoke exposure (SHSe) and smoking behaviors (smoking status, susceptibility, initiation, dependence, and cessation)… Read more
Associations between secondhand tobacco smoke exposure and nicotine dependence and smoking cessation attempts among adult tobacco users with a psychiatric disorder. Biological Research in Nursing.
Secondhand smoke exposure (SHSe) is predictive of greater nicotine dependence (ND) and poor smoking cessation (SC) outcomes… Read more
People with psychiatric disorders (PDs) are disproportionately affected by tobacco use and its associated harms. Although several unique risk factors are known for this population, few studies have Read more
Associations of tobacco use and consumption with rurality among patients with psychiatric disorders: Does smoke-free policy matter?
People with psychiatric disorders (PDs) have high risks for tobacco use and associated health effects; however, little is known about differences in tobacco use status and consumption by urban or Read more
Despite the large amount that is known about the physical health effects of secondhand tobacco smoke (SHS) exposure, little is known about the behavioral health effects… Read more
Compassion Satisfaction, Burnout, and Secondary Traumatic Stress Among Nursing Staff at an Academic Medical Center: A Cross-Sectional Analysis
Background: Although several studies have recently described compassion satisfaction (CS), burnout (BO), and secondary traumatic stress (STS) in nurses, few to date have examined these issues across Read more
Correlates of secondhand tobacco smoke exposure among individuals with a history of substance use and/or psychiatric disorders participating in a tobacco treatment program in Vancouver, Canada
Individuals with substance use (SUD) and/or psychiatric disorders (PD) are disproportionately affected by tobacco use; yet, little is known about secondhand tobacco smoke (SHS) exposure in these Read more
Correlates of secondhand tobacco smoke exposure among persons with severe mental illness accessing community mental health services.
To examine the correlates of secondhand tobacco smoke (SHS) exposure in a sample of individuals with severe and persistent mental illness (SPMI) accessing community mental health services… Read more
Using a cross-sectional analysis, we assessed correlates of tobacco use and tobacco consumption from inpatient records (N = 2,060) from a state psychiatric hospital… Read more
Factors associated with Compassion Satisfaction, Burnout, and Secondary Traumatic Stress Among Chinese Nurses in Tertiary Hospitals: A Cross-Sectional Study.
Compassion fatigue is a work-related professional hazard acquired when providing healthcare for patients… Read more
Several effective evidence-based tobacco treatment approaches can optimize cessation attempts; however, little is known… Read more
From twisting to settling down as a nurse in China: a qualitative study of the commitment to nursing as a career
Background The nurse workforce shortage, partially caused by high work turnover, is an important factor influencing the quality of patient care. Because previous studies concerning Chinese nurse work Read more
Gender-specific profiles of tobacco use among non-institutionalized people with serious mental illness.
In many countries, smoking remains the leading preventable cause of death. In North America, reductions in population smoking levels are stabilizing and, in recent years, those involved in tobacco Read more
The simplicity of the SBIRT components confirmed to be appropriate, and not requiring a specific mode of training … Read more
Increasing Stroke Recognition and Behavioral Intent to Call Emergency Management Services in Vietnamese American Population. Journal of Nursing and Care
Serious complications of stroke, one of the leading causes of morbidity and mortality in the United States can be mitigated if treated in a timely manner… Read more
Nursing Staff Attitude, Subjective Norms, Perceived Behavior Control, and Intention to Provide Tobacco Treatment in a Psychiatric Hospital
Background: Although the nursing staff is fundamental in assisting individuals with mental illnesses (MI) to stop tobacco use, they often have mixed feelings about providing tobacco treatment (TT) Read more
Outcomes of a tobacco treatment program for individuals with severe and persistent mental illness attending a community mental health team
Individuals with severe and persistent mental illnesses have a greater prevalence of smoking than the general population and are disproportionately affected by tobacco-related morbidity and mortality Read more
Promoting Community Awareness of Lung Cancer Screening among Disparate Populations: Results of the cancer-Community Awareness Access Research and Education (c-CARE) Project
Lung cancer is the no. 1 cause of cancer death in the United States. Racial/ethnic minority and medically underserved populations suffer higher mortality than whites… Read more
Secondhand tobacco smoke exposure and susceptibility to smoking, perceived addiction, and psychobehavioral symptoms among college students
To examine the association of secondhand smoke (SHS) exposure with susceptibility to smoking perceived addiction, and psychobehavioral effects of exposure among never- and ever-smoking college Read more
To assess prevalence rates of tobacco use and dependence in a sample of homeless individuals and to investigate trends for demographic and clinical characteristics across different levels of nicotine Read more
The effect of implementing a tobacco treatment service on adherence to evidence-based practice in an inpatient state-owned psychiatric hospital.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) requires reporting of specific tobacco treatment (TT) measures… Read more
The effect of long-acting injectable antipsychotic medications compared with oral antipsychotic medications among people with schizophrenia: A systematic review and meta-analysis
Long-acting injectable (LAI) antipsychotic medications may be an important modality of reducing costs, improving symptoms, and fostering quality of life outcomes for those with schizophrenia. Our Read more
The Psychometric Properties of the Minnesota Tobacco Withdrawal Scale Among Patients with Mental Illness.
Approximately 65% of psychiatric inpatients experience moderate-to-severe nicotine withdrawal (NW), a set of symptoms appearing within 24 hr… Read more
Universal School-Based Implementation of Screening Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment to Reduce and Prevent Alcohol, Marijuana, Tobacco, and Other Drug Use: Process and Feasibility
Adolescent in school with no school-based clinic show positive responses in terms of delaying or reducing substance use after SBIRT … Read more
Web-based Training for Primary Care Providers on Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) for Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs
Physicians, physician assistants, and nurses responded positive to a simple, distance, web-based training to SBIRT … Read more