Mental health professionals' perceptions, judgements and decision-making practices regarding the use of electronic cigarettes as a tobacco harm reduction intervention in mental healthcare: A

Smoking prevalence remains significantly higher among individuals with mental health conditions compared with the general population. Tobacco harm reduction (THR) in the form of replacing cigarettes for electronic cigarettes (ECs) is an alternative approach which may prove useful for these smokers who find it difficult to quit.

Exploring how mental health professionals' (MHPs) perceive ECs, and how these influence decision making regarding their use in clinical settings is essential to determine the feasibility of incorporating ECs into the treatment pathway.

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Published: 2019 By: Charlie AlbertSmith (UK) , Department of Behavioural Science and Health, University College London By: Ann McNeill (UK) , National Addiction Centre, King's College London By: Loren Kock (UK) , Department of Behavioural Science and Health, University College London By: Zoyah Ahmed (UK) , Department of Behavioural Science and Health, University College London By: Lion Shahab (UK) , Department of Behavioural Science and Health, University College London
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