The state of office-based interventions for youth tobacco use.

Lori Pbert, Eric T. Moolchan, Myra L Muramoto, Jonathan P. Winickoff, Susan Curry, Harry Lando, Deborah Ossip-Klein, Alexander V. Prokhorov, Joseph DiFranza, Jonathan D. Klein

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Abstract

Tobacco use is a serious pediatric health issue as dependence begins during childhood or adolescence in the majority of tobacco users. Primary care settings provide tremendous opportunities for delivering tobacco treatment to young tobacco users. Although evidence-based practice guidelines for treating nicotine dependence in youths are not yet available, professional organizations and the current clinical practice guideline for adults provide recommendations based on expert opinion. This article reports on the current tobacco treatment practices of pediatric and family practice clinicians, discusses similarities and differences between adolescent and adult tobacco use, summarizes research efforts to date and current cutting-edge research that may ultimately help to inform and guide clinicians, and presents existing recommendations regarding treating tobacco use in youths. Finally, recommendations are made for the primary care clinician, professional organizations, and health care systems and policies. Pediatricians and other clinicians can and should play an important role in treating tobacco dependence in youths.

Original languageEnglish (US)
JournalPediatrics
Volume111
Issue number6 Pt 1
StatePublished - Jun 2003
Externally publishedYes

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Pbert, L., Moolchan, E. T., Muramoto, M. L., Winickoff, J. P., Curry, S., Lando, H., ... Klein, J. D. (2003). The state of office-based interventions for youth tobacco use. Pediatrics, 111(6 Pt 1).

The state of office-based interventions for youth tobacco use. / Pbert, Lori; Moolchan, Eric T.; Muramoto, Myra L; Winickoff, Jonathan P.; Curry, Susan; Lando, Harry; Ossip-Klein, Deborah; Prokhorov, Alexander V.; DiFranza, Joseph; Klein, Jonathan D.

In: Pediatrics, Vol. 111, No. 6 Pt 1, 06.2003.

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Pbert, L, Moolchan, ET, Muramoto, ML, Winickoff, JP, Curry, S, Lando, H, Ossip-Klein, D, Prokhorov, AV, DiFranza, J & Klein, JD 2003, 'The state of office-based interventions for youth tobacco use.', Pediatrics, vol. 111, no. 6 Pt 1.
Pbert L, Moolchan ET, Muramoto ML, Winickoff JP, Curry S, Lando H et al. The state of office-based interventions for youth tobacco use. Pediatrics. 2003 Jun;111(6 Pt 1).
Pbert, Lori ; Moolchan, Eric T. ; Muramoto, Myra L ; Winickoff, Jonathan P. ; Curry, Susan ; Lando, Harry ; Ossip-Klein, Deborah ; Prokhorov, Alexander V. ; DiFranza, Joseph ; Klein, Jonathan D. / The state of office-based interventions for youth tobacco use. In: Pediatrics. 2003 ; Vol. 111, No. 6 Pt 1.
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