A pilot study combining individual-based smoking cessation counseling, pharmacotherapy, and dental hygiene intervention
- Smoking Cessation Quitlines in Europe: Matching Services to Callers Characteristics. Willemsen, Marc C.; van der Meer, Regina M.; Schippers, Gerard M. // BMC Public Health;2010, Vol. 10, p770
Background: Telephone quitlines offer a wide range of services to callers, including advice and counsel, and information on pharmacotherapy for smoking cessation. But, little is known about what specific quitline services are offered to smokers and whether these services are appropriately...
- Bringing smoking cessation to diabetes clinics in Indonesia. NG, NAWI; NICHTER, MARK; PADMAWATI, RETNA SIWI; PRABANDARI, YAYI SURYO; MURAMOTO, MYRA; NICHTER, MIMI // Chronic Illness;Jun2010, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p125
Objectives: To assess the feasibility of delivering brief and disease-centred smoking cessation interventions to patients with diabetes mellitus in clinical settings. Methods: We conducted a feasibility study involving two interactive smoking cessation interventions: doctor's advice and visual...
- Telephone-delivered Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for adult smoking cessation: A feasibility study. Bricker, Jonathan B.; Mann, Sue L.; Marek, Patrick M.; Liu, Jingmin; Peterson, Arthur V. // Nicotine & Tobacco Research;Apr2010, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p454
Background:: Quitline smoking cessation counseling results in a mere 12% success rate. Testing of new telephone-delivered cessation counseling approaches is needed.
- Correction: A Text Messaging-Based Smoking Cessation Program for Adult Smokers: Randomized Controlled Trial. Ybarra, Michele; Bosi, A Tülay Bağci; Korchmaros, Josephine; Emri, Salih // Journal of Medical Internet Research;Jun2015, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p1
A correction to the article "A Text Messaging-Based Smoking Cessation Program for Adult Smokers: Randomized Controlled Trial" published in a previous issue of the periodical is presented.
- Long-term follow-up of a high- and a low-intensity smoking cessation intervention in a dental setting- a randomized trial. Nohlert, Eva; Öhrvik, John; Tegelberg, Åke; Tillgren, Per; Helgason, Ásgeir R. // BMC Public Health;2013, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p1
Background: Achieving lifelong tobacco abstinence is an important public health goal. Most studies use 1-year follow-ups, but little is known about how good these are as proxies for long-term and life-long abstinence. Also, intervention intensity is an important issue for development of...
- Long-term effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of smoking cessation interventions in patients with COPD. Hoogendoorn, Martine; Feenstra, Talitha L.; Hoogenveen, Rudolf T.; Rutten-van Mölken, Maureen P. M. H. // Thorax;Aug2010, Vol. 65 Issue 8, p7
Background The aim of this study was to estimate the long-term (cost-) effectiveness of smoking cessation interventions for patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Methods A systematic review was performed of randomised controlled trials on smoking cessation interventions in...
- Adherence to Varenicline Among African American Smokers: An Exploratory Analysis Comparing Plasma Concentration, Pill Count, and Self-report. Buchanan, Taneisha S.; Berg, Carla J.; Cox, Lisa Sanderson; Nazir, Niaman; Benowitz, Neal L.; Yu, Lisa; Yturralde, Olivia; Jacob, Peyton; Choi, Won S.; Ahluwalia, Jasjit S.; Nollen, Nicole L. // Nicotine & Tobacco Research;Sep2012, Vol. 14 Issue 9, p1083
Introduction: Measuring adherence to smoking cessation pharmacotherapy is important to evaluating its effectiveness. Blood levels are considered the most accurate measure of adherence but are invasive and costly. Pill counts and self-report are more practical, but little is known about their...
- Four-week pre-quit varenicline ups success rate. // Pulse;5/18/2011, Vol. 71 Issue 18, p11
The article reports on the increase in success rate of smokers who want to quit smoking when using varenicline for four weeks rather than one week before their quit date.
- Smoking cessation plan shows short-term cost benefits in HK. // PharmacoEconomics & Outcomes News;7/24/2010, Issue 608, p6
The article discusses research study on the cost effectiveness of a low-intensity smoking cessation programme, referencing a study by S. S. Chan and colleagues presented at the 17th World Congress of Cardiology.