Feasibility of a smoking cessation intervention for teens in the emergency department: reach, implementation fidelity, and acceptability.

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BACKGROUND Traditional efficacy research alone is insufficient to move interventions from research to practice. Motivational interviewing has been adapted for brief encounters in a variety of health care settings for numerous problem behaviors among adolescents and adults. Some experts suggest that motivational interviewing can support a population health… (More)

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@article{Horn2008FeasibilityOA, title={Feasibility of a smoking cessation intervention for teens in the emergency department: reach, implementation fidelity, and acceptability.}, author={K. A. Horn and Geri A Dino and Candice W Hamilton and N. Noerachmanto and Jianjun Zhang}, journal={American journal of critical care : an official publication, American Association of Critical-Care Nurses}, year={2008}, volume={17 3}, pages={205-16} }