Smoking cessation practices amongst physicians who care for postoperative Crohn's disease patients

 
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1. What is your role as a provider?
2. Which of the following best describes your practice setting?
3. Approximately how many postoperative IBD patients do you care for per month?
4. Do you discuss the importance of smoking cessation in postoperative Crohn's disease patients who smoke, and if so, in what percentage of these patients do you do so?
5. Do you offer pharmacotherapy (e.g., nicotine replacement therapy, bupropion, varenicline, etc) to postoperative smokers with Crohn's disease, and if so, in what percentage of these patients?
6. If counseling a patient with Crohn's disease on smoking cessation, what therapy do you most often recommend?
7. What is your level of comfort prescribing nicotine replacement therapy (i.e., nicotine gum or nicotine patch)?
8. What is your level of comfort prescribing bupropion for smoking cessation?
9. What is your level of comfort prescribing varenicline for smoking cessation?
10. What factors are most likely to prevent you from offering assistance with smoking cessation?
11. It is important for a patient with Crohn's disease to discontinue smoking in order to prevent postoperative recurrence.
12. What physician should have the primary responsibility for assisting the patient with smoking cessation?
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