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Tobacco 21

Tobacco 21 fact sheet to share with your community.

Smoke Free for Kansas Kids


Smoke Free for Kansas Kids is an educational program funded by the Kansas Health Foundation for nurses, physicians, and residents at KU Wichita Pediatrics on how to ask about pediatric smoke exposure, motivational interviewing to determine smokers readiness to quit, and the steps to take to assist smokers in quitting.  This education is based on research that shows smoking intervention in the pediatric setting is an effective way to reduce pediatric smoke exposure and increase adult quit rates.  The goal for KU Wichita Pediatrics staff is to decrease smoke exposure of pediatric patients through systems change including environmental changes and provider education.


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