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Editor,—Consultations in general practice in which cervical smears are performed typically include more than one problem per encounter.1 Other than an earlier needs assessment involving consultations conducted by 23 trainees,2 no Australian studies have examined the provision of health promotion advice during consultations scheduled for a cervical smear. As the risks of cervical intraepithelial neoplasia and cervical cancer are higher for women who smoke,3 the provision of smoking cessation advice would be especially opportune in these consultations.
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