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How do people with rheumatoid arthritis experience participation in a smoking cessation trial: a qualitative study.

Ida Kristiane Roelsgaard, Thordis Thomsen, Mikkel Østergaard, Anne Grete Semb, Lena Andersen, Bente Appel Esbensen,

Purpose: The aim of this study was to gain more knowledge on how people with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) experienced participation in a randomized controlled trial (RCT) testing the effect of a smoking cessation intervention since this intervention have not been tested on an RA population beforeMethods: We conducted a qualitative ... Read more >>

Int J Qual Stud Health Well-being (International journal of qualitative studies on health and well-being)
[2020, 15(1):1725997]

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Smoking Addiction and Strategies for Cessation.

Briana DiSilvio, Mohammad Baqdunes, Ahmad Alhajhusain, Tariq Cheema,

Cigarette smoking is the leading cause of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) worldwide. Smoking cessation is thus integral to the treatment of COPD. Nicotine addiction is a disease dependent on the complex interactions of neurotransmitter pathways, conditioned behaviors, environmental cues, genetic predisposition, and personal life circumstances, which render some more ... Read more >>

Crit Care Nurs Q (Critical care nursing quarterly)
[2021, 44(1):33-48]

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Directions and Challenges in Smoking Cessation Treatment.

Jae Yeol Kim,

Raising the tax on tobacco-related products is the most effective and most sustainable intervention for smoking cessation. The 2015 tobacco tax increase resulted in a decreased smoking rate among Korean adult men. However, the government-sponsored smoking cessation programs, developed after the 2015 tobacco tax increase, have been experiencing a sharp ... Read more >>

Tuberc Respir Dis (Seoul) (Tuberculosis and respiratory diseases)
[2020, :]

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Is Weight Gain Inevitable for Patients Trying to Quit Smoking as Part of Cardiac Rehabilitation?

Ahmad Salman, Patrick Doherty,

The literature is uncertain about the extent to which those who attend cardiac rehabilitation (CR) gain weight while trying to quit smoking. This study aimed to determine the extent of CR-based smoking cessation provision and whether CR, as delivered in routine practice, is associated with helping patients quit smoking and ... Read more >>

Int J Environ Res Public Health (International journal of environmental research and public health)
[2020, 17(22):]

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Effects of a Text Messaging Smoking Cessation Intervention Among Online Help Seekers and Primary Health Care Visitors in Sweden: Protocol for a Randomized Controlled Trial Using a Bayesian Group Sequential Design.

Marcus Bendtsen, Kristin Thomas, Catharina Linderoth, Preben Bendtsen,

<b>Background: </b>A steady decline of the smoking prevalence in Sweden has been recorded over the past decade; however, people still start and continue to smoke. There is a need for effective smoking cessation interventions that can scale to a national level and that are designed to reach individuals requiring smoking ... Read more >>

JMIR Res Protoc (JMIR research protocols)
[2020, 9(12):e23677]

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Effectiveness of an individual acceptance and commitment therapy for smoking cessation, delivered face-to-face and by telephone to adults recruited in primary health care settings: a randomized controlled trial.

Yim Wah Mak, Doris Y P Leung, Alice Yuen Loke,

BACKGROUND:The aim of this study was to examine the effectiveness of delivering an individual Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) for smoking cessation among a Chinese population. METHODS:Participants were recruited from six primary health care centers. A total of 144 were eligible to take part in the study and agreed to ... Read more >>

BMC Public Health (BMC public health)
[2020, 20(1):1719]

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The association of maternal-fetal attachment with smoking and smoking cessation during pregnancy in The FinnBrain Birth Cohort Study.

Heidi Jussila, Juho Pelto, Riikka Korja, Eeva Ekholm, Marjukka Pajulo, Linnea Karlsson, Hasse Karlsson,

BACKGROUND:Smoking in pregnancy constitutes a preventable risk factor for fetal/child development and maternal-fetal attachment (MFA) seems to contain a momentum that can break the chain of adverse outcomes by promoting maternal prenatal health practices. This study aimed to explore the association of MFA with smoking at any time during pregnancy ... Read more >>

BMC Pregnancy Childbirth (BMC pregnancy and childbirth)
[2020, 20(1):741]

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A Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of Smoking-Cessation Interventions Prior to Posterolateral Lumbar Fusion.

Thompson Zhuang, Seul Ku, Lauren M Shapiro, Serena S Hu, Akaila Cabell, Robin N Kamal,

<b>Background: </b>Smoking cessation represents an opportunity to reduce both short and long-term effects of smoking on complications after lumbar fusion and smoking-related morbidity and mortality. However, the cost-effectiveness of smoking-cessation interventions prior to lumbar fusion is not fully known.<br><br><b>Methods: </b>We created a decision-analytic Markov model to evaluate the cost-effectiveness of ... Read more >>

J Bone Joint Surg Am (The Journal of bone and joint surgery. American volume)
[2020, 102(23):2032-2042]

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The Reversion of cg05575921 Methylation in Smoking Cessation: A Potential Tool for Incentivizing Healthy Aging.

Robert Philibert, James A Mills, Jeffrey D Long, Sue Ellen Salisbury, Alejandro Comellas, Alicia Gerke, Kelsey Dawes, Mark Vander Weg, Eric A Hoffman,

Smoking is the largest preventable cause of mortality and the largest environmental driver of epigenetic aging. Contingency management-based strategies can be used to treat smoking but require objective methods of verifying quitting status. Prior studies have suggested that cg05575921 methylation reverts as a function of smoking cessation, but that it ... Read more >>

Genes (Basel) (Genes)
[2020, 11(12):]

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Perceived risk, attitudes, and behavior of cigarette smokers and nicotine vapers receiving buprenorphine treatment for opioid use disorder during the COVID-19 pandemic

Joanna M. Streck, Sara Kalkhoran, Benjamin Bearnot, Priya S. Gupta, Kelly M. Kalagher, Susan Regan, Sarah Wakeman, Nancy A. Rigotti,

Highlights • COVID-19 had heterogeneous impact on tobacco use of people in treatment for OUD.• Most believed that smoking and vaping increased their vulnerability to COVID-19.• Since COVID-19, half of smokers increased interest in quitting and 24% tried to quit.• However, 35% of smokers and 27% of vapers increased tobacco ... Read more >>

Drug Alcohol Depend (Drug and alcohol dependence)
[2020, :]

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Gender differences and smoking cessation in the Japanese smoking cessation treatment program.

Meng Li, Reiko Okamoto,

Tob Induc Dis (Tobacco induced diseases)
[2020, 18:95]

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Implementation of a Smoking Cessation e-Learning Education Program for Oncology Clinic Healthcare Providers: Evaluation With Implications for Evidence-Based Practice.

Weihong Chase, Joyce Zurmehly, Megan Amaya, Kristine K Browning,

BACKGROUND:Continued smoking after a cancer diagnosis increases the risk for treatment complications, primary cancer recurrence, and secondary malignancy development, while also reducing treatment efficacy, survival, and overall health. The lack of formal evidence-based smoking cessation education programs for oncology healthcare providers is a barrier to smoking cessation practices. PURPOSE:To evaluate ... Read more >>

Worldviews Evid Based Nurs (Worldviews on evidence-based nursing)
[2020, :]

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A Pilot Randomized Clinical Trial of Remote Varenicline Sampling to Promote Treatment Engagement and Smoking Cessation.

Matthew J Carpenter, Kevin M Gray, Amy E Wahlquist, Karen Cropsey, Michael E Saladin, Brett Froeliger, Tracy T Smith, Benjamin A Toll, Jennifer Dahne,

INTRODUCTION:Medication sampling is a clinically useful tool to engage smokers in the quitting process. Whether varenicline is suitable for sampling purposes is unclear. The purpose of this study was to examine the feasibility, uptake, and preliminary outcomes of varenicline sampling. METHODS:Smokers (N=99), both motivated to quit and not, were recruited ... Read more >>

Nicotine Tob Res (Nicotine & tobacco research : official journal of the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco)
[2020, :]

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Smoking cessation interventions for people living in rural and remote areas: a systematic review protocol.

Alistair Lum, Eliza Skelton, Kristen Louise McCarter, Tonelle Handley, Lucy Judd, Billie Bonevski,

INTRODUCTION:Smoking rates among people living in rural and remote areas are higher and quit rates are lower over the past 10 years compared with people living in suburban and urban areas. Higher smoking rates contribute to greater tobacco-related disease and morbidity in rural and remote areas. Physical and social isolation, ... Read more >>

BMJ Open (BMJ open)
[2020, 10(11):e041011]

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Effectiveness of community health workers involvement in smoking cessation programme: A systematic review.

Siti Hafizah Zulkiply, Lina Farhana Ramli, Zul Aizat Mohamad Fisal, Bushra Tabassum, Rosliza Abdul Manaf,

BACKGROUND:Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) has set the target to reduce premature mortalities from non-communicable diseases (NCDs) by one-third. One of the ways to achieve this is through strengthening the countries' implementation of the World Health Organization Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (WHO FCTC). Community health workers (CHWs) involvement has shown ... Read more >>

PLoS One (PloS one)
[2020, 15(11):e0242691]

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Unusual palliative medicine intervention: smoking cessation.

Nurbanu Kahraman, Latife Merve Yağlıoğlu, Ayşe Pınar Doğru Balakbabalar, Onur Öztürk,

Intervention for smoking cessation in a palliative care setting is not considered to be a standard practise. However, palliative care should support life and improve its quality and be able to approach the patient from a psychosocial perspective. This article discusses the smoking cessation intervention provided in a palliative care ... Read more >>

BMJ Support Palliat Care (BMJ supportive & palliative care)
[2020, :]

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How can vulnerable groups be recruited to participate in a community-based smoking cessation program and perceptions of effective elements: A qualitative study among participants and professionals.

Barbara van Straaten, Gert-Jan Meerkerk, Floor A van den Brand, Pamela Lucas, Nienke de Wit, Gera E Nagelhout,

INTRODUCTION:Smokers from vulnerable groups, such as smokers with a low socioeconomic position, often have more difficulty quitting smoking and often are more difficult to recruit for smoking cessation programs. It is important to know how vulnerable groups can be recruited and motivated to participate in a smoking cessation program and ... Read more >>

Tob Prev Cessat (Tobacco prevention & cessation)
[2020, 6:64]

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Are Heated Tobacco Product Users Less Likely to Quit than Cigarette Smokers? Findings from THINK (Tobacco and Health IN Korea) Study.

Cheol Min Lee, Choon-Young Kim, Kiheon Lee, Sungroul Kim,

Since the advent of heated tobacco products in June 2017 in South Korea, the sale of heated tobacco products accounted for 10.5% of total tobacco sales in 2019. However, the decreasing trend in total tobacco sales is gradually weakening and the number of visitors using stop smoking services has also ... Read more >>

Int J Environ Res Public Health (International journal of environmental research and public health)
[2020, 17(22):]

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Contingency management for tobacco smoking during opioid addiction treatment: Implementation challenges.

Tom S Ainscough, Leonie S Brose, John Strang, Ann McNeill,

INTRODUCTION AND AIMS:Tobacco smoking prevalence in opioid addiction patients is approximately six times that of the general population, highlighting the need for novel interventions. A pilot/feasibility study was conducted to investigate whether a contingency management (CM) intervention could be added to UK standard smoking cessation treatment. The aim of this ... Read more >>

Drug Alcohol Rev (Drug and alcohol review)
[2020, :]

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A Community Pharmacist-led Smoking Cessation Intervention Using a Smartphone App (PharmQuit): A Randomized Controlled Trial

Narong Asayut, Phayom Sookaneknun Olson, Juntip Kanjanasilp, Preut Thanarat, Bhattaraporn Senkraigul, Chuthathip Sittisarn, Suratsawatee Suksawat,

Abstract Background: WHO supports the harnessing of mobile technologies to improve access to smoking cessation services. PharmQuit, a smartphone app, was developed to support smoking cessation efforts by pharmacists taking into consideration the design of the app according to the needs of smokers. This study evaluated the effectiveness of smoking ... Read more >>

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Impact of COVID-19 on the Hong Kong Youth Quitline Service and Quitting Behaviors of Its Users.

Laurie Long Kwan Ho, William Ho Cheung Li, Ankie Tan Cheung, Wei Xia, Man Ping Wang, Derek Yee Tak Cheung, Tai Hing Lam,

Tobacco use is a possible risk factor for contracting and spreading COVID-19. We aimed to describe the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the Youth Quitline service and quitting behaviors of its users in Hong Kong. We conducted a telephone survey involving 201 participants of the Youth Quitline service, and ... Read more >>

Int J Environ Res Public Health (International journal of environmental research and public health)
[2020, 17(22):]

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Targeting mailed nicotine patch distribution interventions to rural regions of Canada: protocol for a randomized controlled trial.

John A Cunningham, Michael Chaiton, Scott T Leatherdale, Alexandra Godinho, Christina Schell,

BACKGROUND:Quitting smoking is the most effective way of reducing the risk of cancer among smokers. One way of helping people stop smoking is to provide them with free Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT), such as when NRT is sent to people by postal mail as part of a mass distribution initiative. ... Read more >>

BMC Public Health (BMC public health)
[2020, 20(1):1757]

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Association between Intention to Quit Cigarette Smoking and Use of Heated Tobacco Products: Application of Smoking Intensity Perspective on Heated Tobacco Product Users.

Dong-Hee Ryu, Soon-Woo Park, Jun Hyun Hwang,

Tobacco companies have designed sophisticated marketing strategies for heated tobacco products (HTPs), and many smokers are exposed to advertisements purporting that HTPs can replace combustible cigarettes. The present study evaluates the relationship between poly-use of tobacco products and intention to quit cigarette smoking in association with smoking intensity, a meaningful ... Read more >>

Int J Environ Res Public Health (International journal of environmental research and public health)
[2020, 17(22):]

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Effectiveness of mobile applications to quit smoking: Systematic review and meta-analysis.

Raquel Cobos-Campos, Arantza Sáez de Lafuente, Antxon Apiñaniz, Naiara Parraza, Iraida Pérez Llanos, Gorka Orive,

INTRODUCTION:Tobacco is the leading cause of preventable mortality. The use of mobile phones has grown exponentially, becoming a powerful tool to be used in health care. METHODS:In order to assess the effectiveness of mobile phones to quit smoking, we have carried out a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized clinical ... Read more >>

Tob Prev Cessat (Tobacco prevention & cessation)
[2020, 6:62]

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Understanding the Associations between Smoking-Related Risk Perception, Interest in Quitting Smoking, and Interest in Lung Cancer Screening among Homeless Adult Smokers.

Pooja Agrawal, Matthew Taing, Tzu-An Chen, Sean M Reuven, Michael S Businelle, Darla E Kendzor, Eric H Bernicker, Lorraine R Reitzel,

Individuals experiencing homelessness smoke cigarettes at high rates, suffer a disproportionate incidence of lung cancer, but are unlikely to be screened to enhance early detection. Understanding correlates of lung cancer screening (LCS) interest within this vulnerable group may lend insight into prevention and treatment efforts and reduce their smoking-related morbidity ... Read more >>

Int J Environ Res Public Health (International journal of environmental research and public health)
[2020, 17(23):]

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