Smoking cessation is focus of publications

December 2011
Patient Education Management;12/1/2011, p142
Academic Journal
The article discusses the "featured Innovations" and "featured QualityTools" sections on smoking/tobacco-use cessation, published in the 28 September 2011 issue of "Health Care Innovations Exchange" available from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ).


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