Engagement Promotes Abstinence in a Web-based Cessation Intervention: Cohort Study

@inproceedings{Zbikowski2013EngagementPA,
  title={Engagement Promotes Abstinence in a Web-based Cessation Intervention: Cohort Study},
  author={Susan M Zbikowski and Jennifer B. McClure and Jessica Whiteley and Amanda Richardson and Amanda L Graham and Nathan K. Cobb and Haijun Xiao and Aaron Mushro and David Abrams and Donna M Vallone},
  booktitle={Journal of medical Internet research},
  year={2013}
}
BACKGROUND Web-based smoking cessation interventions can have a public health impact because they are both effective in promoting cessation and can reach large numbers of smokers in a cost-efficient manner. Their potential impact, however, has not been realized. It is still unclear how such interventions promote cessation, who benefits most, and how to improve their population impact. OBJECTIVE To examine the effectiveness of a highly promoted Web-based smoking cessation intervention to… CONTINUE READING
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