A randomized trial of a self-help smoking cessation intervention in a nonvolunteer female population: testing the limits of the public health model.

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Reaching nonvolunteer female smokers with effective smoking cessation programs is a critical public health challenge. Smokers (N = 2,786) among 15,004 female members of a health maintenance organization who completed a routine needs assessment were invited into the "UCLA Preventive Health Behavior Study," consisting of five telephone interviews over 2 years… (More)

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@article{Gritz1992ART, title={A randomized trial of a self-help smoking cessation intervention in a nonvolunteer female population: testing the limits of the public health model.}, author={Ellen R. Gritz and Barbara A. Berman and Roshan Bastani and M Wu}, journal={Health psychology : official journal of the Division of Health Psychology, American Psychological Association}, year={1992}, volume={11 5}, pages={280-9} }