Review: advice from doctors and nurses, behavioural interventions, nicotine replacement treatment, and several pharmacological treatments increase smoking cessation rates
Meyers Primary Care Institute; Department of Family Medicine and Community Health
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Health Services Research | Primary Care
Review of article: Lancaster T, Stead L, Silagy C, et al, for the Cochrane Tobacco Addiction Review Group. Effectiveness of interventions to help people stop smoking: findings from the Cochrane Library. BMJ 2000 Aug 5;321:355–8.
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Citation: Luckmann R. (Commentary) Review: advice from doctors and nurses, behavioral interventions, nicotine replacement treatment, and several pharmacologic treatments increase smoking cessation rates. Evidence Based Mental Health 2001;4:16.