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Behavioural therapy for smoking cessation: The effectiveness of different intervention types for disadvantaged and affluent smokers

Disadvantaged smokers are less likely to be successful when trying to stop smoking than more affluent smokers. In the UK, NHS Stop Smoking Services (SSS) provide a range of pharmacotherapy and behavioural support, delivered by advisors with a range of backgrounds. Whether the types of support provid... Full description

Journal Title: Addictive Behaviors November 2013, Vol.38(11), pp.2787-2796
Main Author: Hiscock, Rosemary
Other Authors: Murray, Susan , Brose, Leonie S , Mcewen, Andy , Bee, Jo Leonardi , Dobbie, Fiona , Bauld, Linda
Format: Electronic Article Electronic Article
Language: English
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ID: ISSN: 0306-4603 ; E-ISSN: 1873-6327 ; DOI: 10.1016/j.addbeh.2013.07.010
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title: Behavioural therapy for smoking cessation: The effectiveness of different intervention types for disadvantaged and affluent smokers
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  • Murray, Susan
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  • Bauld, Linda
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ispartof: Addictive Behaviors, November 2013, Vol.38(11), pp.2787-2796
description: Disadvantaged smokers are less likely to be successful when trying to stop smoking than more affluent smokers. In the UK, NHS Stop Smoking Services (SSS) provide a range of pharmacotherapy and behavioural support, delivered by advisors with a range of backgrounds. Whether the types of support provided and who provides it influence differences in quit rates amongst low SES smokers compared with high SES smokers has not previously been examined. 202,084 records of smokers in England who attended a NHS Stop Smoking Service between July 2010 and June 2011 were acquired. Smokers were followed-up by services at four weeks post quit date. Multilevel logistic regression models of CO validated quits were employed. Disadvantage was explored through the National Statistics Socio-Economic Classification (NS-SEC) and by eligibility for free prescriptions, an indicator of low income amongst adults aged between 19 and 59 in England. Affluent smokers were...
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