Culturally-Tailored Smoking Cessation for Adult American Indian Smokers: A Clinical Trial.

  title={Culturally-Tailored Smoking Cessation for Adult American Indian Smokers: A Clinical Trial.},
  author={Stevens S. Smith and Leah M. Rouse and Mark Caskey and Jodi Fossum and Rick Strickland and Jennifer Culhane and Jerry Waukau},
  journal={The Counseling psychologist},
  volume={42 6},
This collaborative, community-engaged project developed and tested a Culturally-Tailored Treatment (CTT) for American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) smokers in the Menominee tribal community. One hundred three adult AI/AN smokers were randomized to receive either Standard Treatment (n= 53) or CTT (n = 50) for smoking cessation. Both treatment conditions included 12 weeks of varenicline and four individual counseling sessions but differed in terms of cultural tailoring of the counseling. The… CONTINUE READING


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