Smoking: harm reduction - quality standard (QS92)

National Institute for Health and Care Excellence - NICE
Publication date:
02 July 2015


This quality standard covers ways of reducing harm from smoking. It includes advice on supporting people who do not want to give up smoking in one step. It describes high-quality care in priority areas for improvement.

It does not cover smoking in pregnant women, which is included in the quality standard for antenatal care.

NICE has also produced quality standards on smoking: reducing and preventing tobacco use and smoking: supporting people to stop.

Keeping quality standards up to date

We checked this quality standard in 2017 and it is still up to date.

Next review: August 2018

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