Operation Stay Quit: evaluation of two smoking relapse prevention strategies for women after involuntary cessation during US Navy recruit training.

@article{Conway2004OperationSQ,
  title={Operation Stay Quit: evaluation of two smoking relapse prevention strategies for women after involuntary cessation during US Navy recruit training.},
  author={Terry L. Conway and Susan I. Woodruff and Christine C. Edwards and John P. Elder and Suzanne L. Hurtado and Linda K. Hervig},
  journal={Military medicine},
  year={2004},
  volume={169 3},
  pages={
          236-42
        }
}
The present study evaluated two relapse-prevention interventions intended to help women smokers maintain the "quit status" mandated during Navy basic training. Women with any smoking experience before entering the Navy (N = 2,781) were assigned to either a control group or to one of two intervention groups (access to a telephone help line or receive a series of monthly mailings) after graduating from basic training. Smoking/quit rates at 3, 6, and 12 months after graduation were assessed with… CONTINUE READING
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