Awosusi B

Hanoba Medical Centre, Ikoyi, Lagos, Lagos State, Nigeria

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  • Original Article   
    Smoking Prevalence and Attitudes Regarding its Control Among Health Professional Students in South???Western Nigeria
    Author(s): Awopeju OF*, Erhabor GE, Awosusi B, Awopeju OA, Adewole OO and Irabor I

    Background: Tobacco use is one of the leading preventable causes of morbidity and mortality globally; about 70% of smokers see physicians each year. Health care professionals have a very unique role in motivating people to quit smoking. Aim: The aims of this study were to document the smoking prevalence and attitudes regarding its control among these set of students who will be tomorrow’s health care providers. Subjects and Methods: A cross‑sectional survey was conducted in two medical schools in South‑Western Nigeria with their accompanied nursing and pharmacy students. All students in the selected schools were eligible to participate and student’s participation was voluntary. The Global Health Professional Students Survey core questionnaire was used to collect data on smoking prevalence and atti.. Read More»

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