Lung India


Year
: 1995  |  Volume : 13  |  Issue : 2  |  Page : 51--53

The General Practitioner And The Anti - Tobacco Campaign - A Survey In Punjab


R. S Bedi 
 

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R. S Bedi


One hundred and six private practitioners enrolled in a study on attitudes and activism towards tobacco use. 7.5% of them smoked. 3.8% of them strove to keep abreast of developments in this field, and their anti-tobacco effort was mainly directed to cardio-pulmonary disease sufferers. The results of the survey are analysed.


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Bedi R. The General Practitioner And The Anti - Tobacco Campaign - A Survey In Punjab.Lung India 1995;13:51-53


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Bedi R. The General Practitioner And The Anti - Tobacco Campaign - A Survey In Punjab. Lung India [serial online] 1995 [cited 2019 Dec 10 ];13:51-53
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