People are four times more likely to stop smoking when they are supported by a trained professional. Even providing brief advice will increase their chances of stopping. Now is your opportunity to access free training, which is delivered in accordance to national guidance from the Department of Health and The National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE).
Carbon monoxide monitoring
Carbon monoxide is an odourless, tasteless and poisonous gas which is present in tobacco smoke. Monitoring carbon monoxide levels is a great way to provide motivation during a quit attempt. At CAMQUIT we're able to loan monitors to health professionals who have been trained to provide level 2 support.
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Statistics on smoking
Information on local and national prevalence, morbitidy and mortality, and general facts about smoking are available here.