It is a habit of individuals to smoke cigarettes. An unpleasant phenomenon has been workers smoking at Dr. Zainoel Abidin Provincial General Hospital in Banda Aceh. Efforts to improve wellbeing are a tactic that has resulted in lifestyle improvements with decreases in workers smoking. Both 152 male workers who were smokers were the sample for this report. Health Promotion Initiatives (HPI) consisting of personal empowerment plus social support and advocacy to maximise the outcomes of this study have shown that Employee experience and behaviours have greatly affected workers to quit or to quit. HPI provided therapy services, the distribution of antismoking flyers, the installation of antismoking posters and the installation of no smoking signs. These HPI have been successful in improving awareness and developing a constructive attitude towards non-smoking, resulting in substantial decreases in staff smoking while offsite and total cessation of smoking when in the hospital. In all hospitals, continuous assessment, supervision and reinforcement of policies prohibiting smoking should be maintained.
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Public Health Department, Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Syiah Kuala, Banda Aceh 23245, Indonesia.
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