Associations Between E-Cigarette Type, Frequency of Use, and Quitting Smoking: Findings From a Longitudinal Online Panel Survey in Great Britain

@article{Hitchman2015AssociationsBE,
  title={Associations Between E-Cigarette Type, Frequency of Use, and Quitting Smoking: Findings From a Longitudinal Online Panel Survey in Great Britain},
  author={Sara C Hitchman and Leonie S. Brose and Jamie Brown and Debbie Robson and Ann McNeill},
  journal={Nicotine \& Tobacco Research},
  year={2015},
  volume={17},
  pages={1187 - 1194}
}
Introduction: E-cigarettes can be categorized into two basic types, (1) cigalikes, that are disposable or use pre-filled cartridges and (2) tanks, that can be refilled with liquids. The aims of this study were to examine: (1) predictors of using the two e-cigarette types, and (2) the association between type used, frequency of use (daily vs. non-daily vs. no use), and quitting. Methods: Online longitudinal survey of smokers in Great Britain was first conducted in November 2012. Of 4064… 
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