Tobacco use quitline enrollment through dental practices

Ebbert, Jon O.; Carr, Alan B.; Patten, Christi A.; Morris, Richard A.; Darrell R. Schroeder
May 2007
Journal of the American Dental Association (JADA);May2007, Vol. 138 Issue 5, p595
Academic Journal
The article investigates whether enrolling patients in tobacco use quitlines is feasible and effective in helping patients quit smoking. According to the authors, referral to a tobacco use quitline by dental practices is a feasible strategy for helping patients quit smoking if efficient links between the dental practice and the tobacco use quitline can be established.


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