Internet and mobile phone text messaging intervention for college smokers.

@article{Riley2008InternetAM,
  title={Internet and mobile phone text messaging intervention for college smokers.},
  author={William T. Riley and Jami L Obermayer and Jersino Jean-Mary},
  journal={Journal of American college health : J of ACH},
  year={2008},
  volume={57 2},
  pages={245-8}
}
OBJECTIVE The authors developed a smoking cessation program using mobile phone text messaging to provide tailored and stage-specific messages to college smokers. PARTICIPANTS AND METHODS The authors recruited 31 daily smokers who desired to quit from a college campus and asked them to use an Internet and mobile phone text messaging program to quit smoking. RESULTS Six weeks after program initiation, 45% reported abstinence with 42% abstinent based on cotinine verification. Continued smokers… CONTINUE READING

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