Need to provide a realistic, sufficiently detailed and evidence based action plan that a patient could feasibly implement for smoking cessation. I am not too sure how to approach this. Any help would be appreciated.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 7:38 am ad1c9bdddf
Hi, I hope this helps.
One aspect of an action plan that a patient could feasibly implement for smoking cessation, is for the patient to start an exercise and wellness program. The patient can start a program in which they can implement strength training and cardiovascular respiratory training into their daily routine. This will not only serve to improve the health and well-being of the individual, but this will serve to replace the activity of smoking whenever the individual feels the urge. In addition, due to the fact that exercise is a very good way to relieve stress, as well as to release endorphin's in the brain that help to elevate and boost an individual's mood, exercise would be a very good addition to an action plan for a patient to stop smoking.
Another good component ...
Program Evaluation: Telephone Counseling Pilot
a 3-paragraph evaluation of Development of a telephone-based intervention for support persons to help smokers quit according to the criteria below (its qualitative)
• If the study is qualitative:
• Relate the central question to the strategy of inquiry.
• Begin with what or how (not why).
• Focus on a single phenomenon.
• Use exploratory verbs.
• Use nondirectional language.
• Use an open-ended format.
• Specify the participants and research site.
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