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000079070 100__ $$aIglesias Sanmartín, José Manuel
000079070 245__ $$aAttitudes towards anti smoking legislation and prevalence of tobacco consumption in Spanish primary healthcare personnel
000079070 260__ $$c2019
000079070 5060_ $$aAccess copy available to the general public$$fUnrestricted
000079070 5203_ $$aINTRODUCTION Our aim was to ascertain how the anti-smoking legislation of 2005/2010 has affected the behavior of primary healthcare center (PHC) personnel (medical and non-medical) with respect to their attitudes towards tobacco, its consumption and the legislative changes. 
METHODS We conducted a multi-center descriptive study of a randomized conglomerate sample of PHC personnel from each Autonomous Community in Spain. The questionnaire covered tobacco consumption, and knowledge/attitudes towards smoking and legislation. The statistical analysis used SPSS software. 
RESULTS The sample consisted of 2040 PHC employees (1578 women, 77.4%). Never smokers, ex-smokers, and smokers represented 46.7%, 37.8%, and 15.5% of the sample, respectively. Tobacco prevalence amongst physicians and nurses was 12.3%. Following the introduction of the anti-smoking legislation, a decrease in consumption was observed. Most of the participants considered that tobacco consumption affected health, was an addictive illness, and passive smoking had an impact on the health of non-smokers. Whilst 91.6% agreed with the current legislation, only 25% felt that it encouraged cessation. 
CONCLUSIONS Spanish primary healthcare professionals have a relatively low prevalence of smoking compared to the general population. It is necessary to implement more legislative measures to improve and maintain this outcome.
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000079070 700__ $$aFurio Martinez, Ana
000079070 700__ $$aClemente Jiménez, Lourdes
000079070 700__ $$0(orcid)0000-0003-4530-7586$$aBarchilon Cohen, Vidal$$uUniversidad de Zaragoza
000079070 700__ $$aMinué-Lorenzo, Cesar
000079070 700__ $$aCascon Perez-Teijon, Sara
000079070 700__ $$aRibera Osca, Joan Antoni
000079070 700__ $$0(orcid)0000-0002-6962-2970$$aCordoba Garcia, Rodrigo$$uUniversidad de Zaragoza
000079070 700__ $$aLozano Fernandez, Joan
000079070 700__ $$aGallardo Domenech, Miguel Angel
000079070 700__ $$aMendiguren Navascues, Maria Aranzazu
000079070 700__ $$aSalguero Chaves, Emilio
000079070 700__ $$aRodriguez Ibañez, Maria Luz
000079070 700__ $$aGueto Rubio, Victoria
000079070 700__ $$aMorena Rayo, Susana
000079070 700__ $$aMarioni Otero, Bruno
000079070 700__ $$aGorreto Lopez, Lucia
000079070 700__ $$aCamarelles Guillem, Francisco
000079070 700__ $$aMartin Fuente, Fernando
000079070 700__ $$aBeni Ruiz, Diego
000079070 700__ $$aHernández Rodríguez, Alicia Isabel
000079070 700__ $$aGonzalez, Juan De Dios
000079070 700__ $$aMartin-Cantera, Carlos
000079070 7102_ $$11007$$2610$$aUniversidad de Zaragoza$$bDpto. Medicina, Psiqu. y Derm.$$cArea Medicina
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