E-cigarettes are gaining in popularity, yet our understanding of their health effects remains uncertain. Many people believe that they can aid in smoking cessation, however the evidence is inconclusive. The conflicting information in the public media has led some providers in Central Vermont to recommend e-cigarettes to their patients. This intervention aims to educate primary care providers about e-cigarettes by creating and distributing a fact sheet that can guide patient-provider interactions.
Waterbury Family Medicine
Vermont, e-cigarettes, smoking cessation, teens, education, substance abuse
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Medical Education | Primary Care
Albert, Jennifer S., "E-Cigarettes: What Primary Care Providers Need to Know" (2016). Family Medicine Block Clerkship, Student Projects. 170.