Quiz - THR in LMICs

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1.

WHO encourages FCTC delegate countries to adopt the MPOWER strategy, where "M" stands for:

Monitor smoking prevalence

Monitor tobacco use and prevention policies

Monitor smoking cessation effectiveness

2.

WHO encourages FCTC delegate countries to adopt the MPOWER strategy, where "P" stands for:

Protect people from tobacco smoke

Protect people from illegal and thus more hazardous products

Protect children from becoming smokers

3.

WHO encourages FCTC delegate countries to adopt the MPOWER strategy, where "O" stands for:

Offer safer nicotine products

Offer better health services to smokers

Offer help to quit tobacco use

4.

WHO encourages FCTC delegate countries to adopt the MPOWER strategy, where "W" stands for:

Watch and monitor illegal tobacco markets

Warn about the dangers of tobacco

Widen the agenda to include safer nicotine products

5.

WHO encourages FCTC delegate countries to adopt the MPOWER strategy, where "E" stands for:

Empower health professionals with effective smoking cessation tools

Encourage consumers to switch to safer nicotine products

Enforce bans on tobacco advertising, promotion and sponsorship

6.

WHO encourages FCTC delegate countries to adopt the MPOWER strategy, where "R" stands for:

Raise taxes on tobacco

Raise awareness of health effects of smoking

Raise minimum legal age to buy tobacco to 21

7.

How many different cessation medications have been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA)?

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In the following questions, choose true or false:

8.

Lower income status is associated with a greater degree of nicotine dependence

9.

The highest income smokers who to try to quit smoking are about half as likely to succeed as the lowest income smokers

10.

Quitting smoking is also beneficial for people who have already been diagnosed with coronary heart disease or COPD

11.

Quitting smoking can add back as much as 10 years to life expectancy.

12.

Quitting smoking is beneficial to health only for younger people. For the oldest groups it shows no health benefits

13.

In a country such as India, the predominant form of tobacco consumption is oral smokeless tobacco, with the huge proportion being in women users

14.

Using various combinations of nicotine replacement therapies can decrease the likelihood of quitting

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