Vaping amongst adolescents: Preventive and clinical support by General Practitioners and Paediatricians in Australia

This study aims to address the growing concern of adolescent e-cigarette use and highlights the crucial role that healthcare providers play in supporting cessation efforts.

Participating in this anonymous and self-administered web-based survey will provide valuable data on the current practices of Australian GPs and Paediatricians (including specialists and trainees) regarding vaping cessation among adolescents. Your input will contribute to filling current gaps in the literature and promoting evidence-based strategies.

The study is approved by Federation University Australia (Ethics reference number (2023-048).

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Study investigators

Prof Dr Aziz Rahman, Research Adviser and Discipline Leader of Public Health, Institute of Health and Wellbeing, Federation University Australia.

Dr Bindu Joseph, Senior Lecturer of Nursing, Institute of Health and Wellbeing, Federation University Australia.

A/Prof Dr Habib Bhurawala, Clinical Associate Professor, Senior Staff Specialist and Head of Paediatrics, Nepean Hospital, NSW, Australia.

Prof Smita Shah, Director, Prevention Education and Research Unit, Western Sydney Local Health District and Faculty of Medicine and Health, The University of Sydney, NSW, Australia.

Dr Anita Munoz General Practitioner, Mid-Town Medical Clinic, Chair, Victoria Faculty Board Member, RACGP, VIC, Australia

Dr Raj Khilan, Director Department of Paediatrics Western Specialist Centre, VIC, Australia