Patients' perspectives of a physician-delivered smoking cessation intervention.

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Forty-three patients--recipients of a highly structured, physician-delivered smoking cessation intervention--were interviewed using ethnographic (anthropological) research methods. We conducted interviews with patients after visits with the physician, then audiotaped and transcribed them. Discourse analysis of interview texts identified features and… (More)

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@article{Willms1991PatientsPO, title={Patients' perspectives of a physician-delivered smoking cessation intervention.}, author={Dennis G Willms and Jason Best and D. M. Wilson and J. R. Gilbert and D Wayne Taylor and E. Lindsay and J. Singer and Nils Johnson}, journal={American journal of preventive medicine}, year={1991}, volume={7 2}, pages={95-100} }