Nurses leading the way to a Smokefree Aotearoa 2025

Nurses leading the way to a smokefree Aotearoa 2025 Nursing Symposium was held on 19th March 2015 showcasing the strength and commitment to tobacco control policy, innovative grass-roots practice, and research.

The programme featured Dr Mark Wallace-Bell’s keynote presentation as he walked delegates through an elegant argument to the empathetic heart of nursing values where every nurse’s communication skills are as critical to the success of a smoking cessation intervention as the intervention itself. 

Speakers came from a range of nursing backgrounds, grass roots nursing in primary care, mental health, hospital and prison settings, research and education.  The speakers biographies make for an interesting read and the following presentations from the day are now available.

 
Grace Wong Smokefree Nurses
Mark Wallace Bell Stop Smoking the latest evidence, empathy and Motivational Interviewing
Evelyn Hikuroa Supporting Maori nursing students to Stop Smoking
Stephanie Muir Change in health perceptions of male prisoners following a smoking cessation programme
Dr Barbara Daly Smoking Cessation for diabetes patients by primary care nurses - how well are we doing?
Miriam Lindsay Putting people at the heart of reducing cardiovascular disease
Marcus Lang What are the factors that influence the delivery of smoking cessation advice in critical care environments?
Jean Te Huia Smoking in Pregnancy
David Harrison Group Based Therapy
Georgina Darkins & Jane Galea‐Singer Mental Health Patients and Smoking cessation
Elly Richards & Karen Fraser Smoking Support Group in a Medical detoxification Inpatient Unit
Angela Spalding "What Day are you now?"

 
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