E-cigarettes have become increasingly popular worldwide. A survey in Malaysia, reported that 62% of the respondents were aware of e-cigarettes, 19% have tried and14% are currently using e-cigarettes. Health professionals play a pivotal role in thetobacco cessation process, however there is a possibility that health professionals areunaware of e-cigarettes and the potential harms associated with them. The objective of this study was to determine the knowledge, attitude and willingness to give professional advice to patients about e-cigarettes among health professionals in different Malaysian universities.
Yaldrum, A., Ramachandra, S. S., Arora, S., Raghav, K., Dicksit, D. D., & Squier, C. A. (2017). Knowledge, attitude and willingness to counsel patients regarding e-cigarettes among academic health professionals in Malaysia. Tobacco Prevention & Cessation, 3, 1-2. https://doi.org/10.18332/tpc/68748