Formative development of an intervention to stop family tobacco use: the Parents and Children Talking (PACT) intervention.


Intervening with families is a promising strategy for addressing the continuing problem of adult and youth tobacco use. A four-step formative process was used to develop an innovative self-directed family-based intervention: (1) planning and strategy development through structured telephone interviews, a focus group, and a literature review; (2) development… (More)


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