Exploring waterpipe tobacco smoking amongst GPs and GP trainees in the United Kingdom
We are a team of general practice and public health doctors who are conducting a study on perceptions around waterpipe tobacco smoking amongst general practitioners and general practice trainees in the United Kingdom (UK). Waterpipe tobacco smoking is also known as: shisha, hookah, narghile and hubble-bubble.
This work is an initial scoping survey where in the future we would like to further expand on the topic with clinician interviews.
We would be very grateful if you would spare a few minutes to complete this short and anonymous questionnaire.
Thank you for your time,
GP, West Midlands
1) Please select your current clinical role:
2) How many years have you spent in clinical practice since graduation?
3) In which region do you (mainly) practice clinically?
East of England
Kent Surrey and Sussex
North West (Mersey)
North West (Western)
South West (Peninsula)
South West (Severn)
Yorkshire and Humber
4) Please select your gender:
5) Please select your ethnic group:
White - British
White - Irish
White - any other
Mixed/Multiple ethnic groups - White and Black Carribean
Mixed/Multiple ethnic groups - White and Black African
Mixed/Multiple ethnic groups - White and Asian
Any other Mixed/Multiple ethic group
Asian/Asian British - Pakistani
Asian/Asian British - Indian
Asian/Asian British - Bangladeshi
Asian/Asian British - Chinese
Any other Asian background
Black/African/Caribbean/Black British - African
Black/African/Caribbean/Black British - Caribbean
Any other Black/African/Caribbean/Black British
Other ethnic group - Arab
Any other ethnic group
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