4 edition of Interventions for smokers found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Robyn Richmond.|
|LC Classifications||RC567 .I56 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 363 p. :|
|Number of Pages||363|
|LC Control Number||93038968|
As a result, brief behavioral interventions are recommended to address the need for cost-effective and timesaving interventions for smokers. In , Lin et al. reported that their pilot randomized controlled trial in Guangzhou, China showed that a second smoking cessation intervention by a physician was an effective way to encourage Cited by: 5. Tell people. Let family, friends and co-workers know about your quit day. Make them your allies. They can provide moral support. You can ask them to check in with you, help plan activities to get your mind off smoking and be patient with your changes in mood. Ask friends who smoke not to smoke around you or offer you a cigarette.
smokers in overcoming their nicotine depen-dence and is aimed at those who work in clini-cal practice at general outpatient clinics or spe-cialized outpatient clinics for tobacco depen-dence. Also included is a discussion of the effective use of nicotine replacement therapy. Methods and Practical Aspects of Facilitating Smoking Cessation atFile Size: KB. Implementing School-Based Interventions ; Patterns of School-Based Interventions ; Lessons Learned From COMMIT School-Based Activities ; Chapter 13 Involving Youth in Awareness of, Promotion of, and Political Activities for Tobacco Control (PDF, KB) Goals, Activities, and Process Objectives For Youth.
1. Introduction. Recent estimates indicate that 34% of U.S. (United States of America) 14 year olds have tried smoking cigarettes, and % of high school students are considered cigarette g among adolescents is an important public health problem because the consequences associated with this behavior are a function of the duration and intensity of by: 5. There is a need for interventions that are suitable for lower socio-economic status (SES) smokers that have undergone rigorous evaluation. This study describes a randomized controlled trial of cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) with smokers from a deprived area of by:
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Interventions for Smokers: An International Perspective illustrated edition Edition. by Robyn Richmond (Editor) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important.
ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book Author: Robyn Richmond. Nicotine replacement / Philip Tonnesen, Karl-Olov Fagerstrom --Helping smokers to overcome tobacco withdrawal: background and practice of withdrawal-oriented therapy / Peter Hajek --Cue reactivity, cue exposure therapy, and relapse prevention / J.
Christopher Clarke --Minimal interventions appropriate for an entire population of smokers / Wayne. No benefit was found for interventions with less post-discharge contact. Counselling was effective when offered to all hospitalized smokers and to the subset admitted for cardiovascular disease.
Adding nicotine replacement therapy to counselling produced a trend toward efficacy over counseling alone (OR95% CI ).Cited by: Mobile-based smoking cessation programs were conducted in eight studies for adult smokers,7–11,– nine studies for young smokers,– and five interventions (seven reports) for HIV-positive patients or pregnant smokers– Among 22 mHealth interventions, the significant effect on smoking abstinence was confirmed in five Cited by: 4.
State-Specific Prevalence of Quit Attempts Among Adult Cigarette Smokers — United States, – J / Vol. 68 / No. 28; Tobacco Cessation Interventions and Smoke-Free Policies in Mental Health and Substance Abuse Treatment Facilities — United States, / Vol.
67 / No. Manual of Smoking Cessation provides the crucial knowledge required if you are involved in helping smokers to stop. The manual provides facts, figures, suggested interventions and sources of further information to assist in providing evidence-based treatment for smokers wishing to stop.
Background: Healthcare professionals, including nurses, frequently advise people to improve their health by stopping smoking. Such advice may be brief, or part of more intensive interventions. [Intervention Review] Interventions for smoking cessation and reduction in individuals with schizophrenia Daniel T Tsoi1, Mamta Porwal2, Angela C Webster3 1(a) Academic Clinical Psychiatry, University of Shefﬁeld, (b) Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust, Nottingham, UK.
2Evidence Based Policy Research Team, National Centre for Immunisation Research &. Community-based interventions for smokers. 1 online resource (xxiii, p.) (OCoLC) Microfiche: Community-based interventions for smokers.
3 microfiches (OCoLC) Online version: Community-based interventions for smokers. [Bethesda, Md.?]. Nicotine Dependence presents an in-depth review and examination of the available techniques and methods that clinicians can use to effectively treat this condition.
Because there is an abundance of information available about tobacco use and nicotine dependence, Dodgen has thoughtfully selected topics that offer practical value and are specific Pages: Behaviour Change Wheel Book - Buy the Paperback Book, E-Book or Online Book here.
Design and evaluate behaviour change interventions and policies. The Behaviour Change Wheel, A Guide To Designing Interventions. Written by Susan Michie, Lou Atkins & Robert West. This book offers a comprehensive review of the different aspects of smoking and smoking cessation in context with today's society.
The following topics are discussed: epidemiology, tobacco/nicotine addiction, characteristics of patients who smoke, psychological and behavioural interventions, pharmacological treatment, organisational anchorage and education of the.
Smoking control measures use various strategies: cessation programs, clinical or community interventions, governmental or private-sector regulations, taxation of tobacco products, warning labels, and smoking prevention programs.
Although the majority of ex-smokers have achieved abstinence without extensive personal assistance from organized. Request PDF | OnSerena Brusamento and others published Interventions for recruiting smokers into cessation programs | Find, read and cite all.
This monograph, Community-Based Interventions for Smokers: The COMMIT Field Experience, is one of an excellent series on various aspects of tobacco and health published since by the National Cancer Institute and the first to deal with community-based approaches. It reports exciting victories: (1) a modest decrease in smoking rates in light.
Helping patients change behavior is an important role for family physicians. Change interventions are especially useful in addressing lifestyle modification for disease prevention, long-term Cited by: In this issue of the Journal, articles by Zhu et al.
(4) and Cox et al. (5) incorporated interventions known to work in the overall population of smokers to assess the usefulness of interventions in targeted segments of smokers that were at Cited by: 2.
BACKGROUND: The United States Public Health Service (USPHS) Guideline for Treating Tobacco Use and Dependence includes ten key recommendations regarding the identification and the treatment of tobacco users seen in all health care settings.
To our knowledge, the impact of system-wide brief interventions with cigarette smokers on smoking prevalence and health care Cited by: Interventions for Tobacco Smoking Tanya R.
Schlam and Timothy B. Baker Center for Tobacco Research and Intervention, Department of Medicine, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, Madison, Wisconsin ; email: [email protected], [email protected] Annu.
Rev. Clin. Psychol. –File Size: KB. cessation interventions (e.g., programs, policies) are effective in helping to address the burden of tobacco in Peel. Specifically, what are effective workplace smoking‐cessation interventions to reduce the number of smokers in the workplace.
2 Context. The Behavioral Interventions for Smoking Cessation By: Dr. Mohammed H. AL-Doghether ABFM, SBFM. Consultant family medicine Director of Center of Postgraduate Studies in Family Medicine Ministry of Health Abstract: Tobacco dependence is a chronic condition that usually requires repeated Size: KB.Semi-personalized IM Smoking Cessation Interventions The safety and scientific validity of this study is the responsibility of the study sponsor and investigators.
Listing a study does not mean it has been evaluated by the U.S. Federal Government.The manufactured cigarette has changed over time, but there is no evidence to suggest that changes such as low tar or low nicotine cigarettes have resulted in reduced lung cancer risks.[9,16] Cigarette smoking is the most important contributor to the lung cancer burden because of its high prevalence of use and because cigarette smokers tend to.