Quiz - Under represented and disadvantaged groups and THR

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1.

About a third of all cigarette smokers in England have mental health problems

2.

What percentage of people with schizophrenia are estimated to smoke?

80 -90%

60-80%

60-90%

90-100%

3.

What nicotine percentage strength was shown in the Catania study to have positive results (reduction in use or cessation) among people with schizophrenia who smoke?

75%

1.5%

5%

16.2%

4.

Which of the following was not part of the exclusion criteria for the Catania study?

Pregnancy

Heavy smoking

Poorly controlled asthma or CPD

Breastfeeding

Use of NRT or smoking cessation therapies in the last 3 months

5.

People who have experienced trauma are four times more likely to become an alcoholic

6.

People who have experienced trauma are four times more likely to inject drugs

7.

People who have experienced trauma are three times more likely to experience depression

8.

People who have experienced trauma are 2.5 times more likely to smoke tobacco

9.

What percentage of LGBT individuals in the USA are reported as being current cigarette smokers?

20%

30%

15%

10.

People with mental health conditions die on average 10-20 years earlier than the general population and smoking is the single largest factor accounting for this difference

11.

Smoking reduces the metabolism of many drugs, making them more effective and you can reduce their doses

12.

Stress decreases risk of ex-smokers relapsing back to smoking

13.

The LGBT community may be at higher risk for health conditions that are related to smoking cigarettes and every year tens of thousands of LGBT lives are cut short by smoking.

14.

In Australia in 2016, daily smokers were more than twice as likely to have been diagnosed or treated for mental health condition than people who had never smoked

15.

Smoking prevalence is lower in most indigenous communities largely because women avoided smoking

16.

Smoking prevalence has always been higher for non-heterosexual non-binary people in countries where smoking tobacco was introduced

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