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SNAP: a population health guide to behavioural risk factors in general practice

SNAP stands for

S quit Smoking
N better Nutrition
A moderate Alcohol
P more Physical activity

The RACGP SNAP Guide helps GPs tackle the most important behavioural risk factors that affect the health of the Australian community. The Guide reminds GPs about the overwhelming evidence of harm associated with smoking, poor nutrition, excess alcohol consumption and a sedentary lifestyle. The Guide is the outcome of extensive research and testing what works in general practice. The Guide helps GPs to systematically target patients and offer treatment appropriate to their needs.

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