Flashcards in Strategies to promote smoking cessation among adolescents Deck (10):
What factors make teens more likely to quit smoking?
1. Older teenager
2. Male sex
3. Teen pregnancy and parenthood
4. Scholastic success
5. Team sport participation
6. Peer and family support for cessation
7. CYP2A6 slow nicotine metabolizer
What factors make teens less likely to quite smoking?
1. Nicotine addiction
2. Mental health conditions, incld. ADHD
3. Drug and/or alcohol use
4. Chronic illness
5. Family stress
6. Peer and family tobacco use
7. Overweight and weight preoccupation
8. Developmental drive to experiment
9. Fear of peer rejection
10. Perceived lack of privacy and autonomy
What interventions have the strongest level of evidence for smoking cessation in teens?
1. Individual counselling
2. Motivational enhancement
What are the 5A method of counselling?
What smoking cessation interventions are recommended in youth?
1. Brief counselling (in person, individual or group)
3. Phone or distance counselling
What smoking interventions are recommended in combination with other interventions in youth?
1. Mobile phone interventions (test message reminders from a HCP)
2. Self-help, non-interactive AV materials
What smoking interventions are recommended only for regular smokers 12-18yo?
Nicotine-replacement products (gums, patches, lozenges, sprays)
What smoking interventions are recommended in some cases, use with caution in youth?
What smoking interventions have insufficient evidence in youth?
4. Internet and social media-based interactive interventions
5. School-based cessation programs
6. Mind-body therapies and hypnosis