5 edition of Harm reduction in nicotine addiction found in the catalog.
Harm reduction in nicotine addiction
Royal College of Physicians of London. Tobacco Advisory Group.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||a report by the Tobacco Advisory Group of the Royal College of Physicians, October 2007.|
|Contributions||Royal College of Physicians of London.|
|LC Classifications||RC567 .R69 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 242 p. :|
|Number of Pages||242|
|LC Control Number||2008396637|
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Tobacco harm reduction (THR) is a public health strategy to lower the health risks to individuals and wider society associated with using tobacco is an example of the concept of harm reduction, a strategy for dealing with the abuse of other o smoking is widely acknowledged as a leading cause of illness and death, and reducing smoking is vital to public health.
Regulation of nicotine intake by smokers, and implications for health. In: Nicotine addiction in Britain. London: RCP, (A report of the Tobacco Advisory Group of the Royal College of Physicians, Chapter 6.) • Stratton K, Shetty P, Wallace R, Bondurant S, eds. Clearing the smoke: assessing the science base for tobacco harm reduction Cited by: OVER THE PAST 10 YEARS, the concept of tobacco harm reduction—reducing the morbidity and mortality from tobacco use without necessarily eliminating exposure to tobacco or nicotine—has drawn increasing attention and discussion among tobacco control scientists and public health professionals.
1 Proponents of harm reduction argue that cigarette smokers who are unable or unwilling to quit may Cited by: K.E. Farsalinos, in Analytical Assessment of E-Cigarettes, Tobacco Harm Reduction and e-Cigarettes.
Harm reduction is the strategy, policy, and philosophy of reducing risk and thus the morbidity and mortality associated with an action or condition. Widely known examples are needle and syringe exchange programs and opioid substitution therapy for intravenous drug users to reduce the risk.
Tobacco harm reduction focuses on encouraging the use of less dangerous forms of tobacco/ nicotine by those who prefer not to abstain from all tobacco/nicotine products (e.g., ). Harm reduction is a fundamental component of many aspects of medicine and indeed everyday life, yet for some reason effective harm reduction principles have not been applied to tobacco smoking.
This report makes the case for radical reform to the way that nicotine products are. A third approach to smoking cessation, tobacco harm reduction, involves the use of alternative sources of nicotine, including modern smokeless tobacco products.
A substantial body of research, much of it produced over the past decade, establishes the scientific and medical foundation for tobacco harm reduction using smokeless tobacco by: Indeed, that is a large part of why we think harm reduction is such an important idea. If everyone who used nicotine could just take it or leave it, then some anti-tobacco advocates' goal of getting everyone to just quit would not be so absurd.
Many people can take or leave it, so nicotine is clearly not a strong draw for some people. The application of a harm reduction approach — one that is widely accepted and used in other fields, such as opiate addiction — may offer promise. Tobacco harm reduction provides people with the opportunity to reduce exposure to harmful inhaled tobacco smoke by substituting less harmful ways of consuming tobacco or nicotine , .
Tobacco, nicotine and harm reduction Article Literature Review in Drug and Alcohol Review 30(2) March with 21 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Harm reduction policies are controversial, and tobacco/nicotine provides an important example. The debate about harm reduction versus zero tolerance, especially, involves policies affecting youth because most users of tobacco products start as minors.
As they become adults, addiction to nicotine makes it much more difficult for them to by: 7. Prohibition or Harm Reduction. It is a funny old world where people beg for something and when it arrives they reject it.
First there was the cigarette, and some people decided, for the best of reasons, that they did not like it because of the harm it caused. Harm Reduction in Nicotine Addiction: Helping People Who Can't Quit Paperback – 5 Oct by Tobacco Advisory Group of the Royal College of Physicians (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Amazon Price New from Author: Tobacco Advisory Group of the Royal College of Physicians. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Tobacco harm reduction (THR) is a public health strategy to lower the health risks associated with using nicotine, as an example of the concept of harm reduction, a strategy for dealing with the abuse of other g tobacco is widely acknowledged as a leading cause of illness and death.
However, nicotine itself is not very harmful, as inferred. Tobacco Harm Reduction a yearbook of recent research and analysis. Royal College of Physicians.
Harm reduction in nicotine addiction: Helping people who can't quit. Sweanor D, Alcabes P & Drucker E. Tobacco harm reduction: How rational public policy could transform a pandemic. International Journal of Drug Policy, 18 (2): 6 Harm reduction in nicotine addiction Fig The four-stage evolution of the smoking epidemic.
Reproduced from Lopez AD, Collishaw NE, Piha T. A descriptive model of the cigarette epidemic in developed countries. Tob Control ;–7, with permission from the BMJ Publishing Group 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 40 30 20 10 0 0 30 One example of a harm reduction approach is the advent of nicotine replacement products.
Tobacco products create a vast cost to society. For individuals who cannot break the nicotine addiction, several nicotine replacement products are available.
Addiction. by a book David J Nutt & Liam J. Nestor, Looking for Harm Reduction in a step world. This book documents the history of the harm reduction movement through compelling personal narratives. From nicotine to marijuana, from caffeine to ecstasy, this book explores the pervasive influence of drugs around the world.
Growing Up Tobacco Free Preventing Nicotine Addiction in Children and Youths. This book covers the following topics: Toward A Youth-centered Prevention Policy, The Nature Of Nicotine Addiction, Social Norms And The Acceptability Of Tobacco Use, Tobacco Advertising And Promotion, Prevention And Cessation Of Tobacco Use Tobacco Taxation In The United States, Youth Access To Tobacco.
Smoking ‘harm reduction’ advocates seem to be working from the premise that some degree of harm is inevitable or unavoidable in relation to smoking. But this is manifestly untrue. The harm from smoking could be eliminated rather than just reduced – if there were the political will to ban tobacco products.
In the meantime [ ]. These measures and methods are important in examining harm reduction products since addiction to a drug is one of the determining factors associated with its harmful consequences.
The addictive potential of a drug can be determined by examining the number of individuals, within the general population and among those exposed to the drug, who are. Vaping is a proven harm-reduction tool. harm reduction opponents who fear that maintaining nicotine addiction will sustain smoking habits.
technocracy in her insightful book. Oh, and he receives research funding from Pfizer, a pharmaceutical company that makes drugs to help smokers quit, varenicline (Chantix) and a form of inhaled nicotine called Nicotrol.
The presentation is a review of e-cigarettes’ ‘efficacy and potential for harm reduction’. Let us get straight to the conclusions: E-cigarettes deliver nicotine.