USE OF DATA
This programme is being run as a performance improvement CME programme, which means that we will track and share with participants the actual changes in aggregated data on clinical practice and patient population health status. Your baseline data will be used for this purpose, anonymised and aggregated with data from all participants. You will receive a copy of the summary data in order to compare your own practice with your peers prior to receiving your link to the training. Aggregated follow-up outcomes will also be published in a peer reviewed journal. We hope that, through your engagement with the programme, we will be able to demonstrate and publish a significant improvement in smoking status within the affected patient community. This also enables us to access educational grant funding which means that we can provide the training course free of charge to you.