Quit and Win contests for smoking cessation.

  title={Quit and Win contests for smoking cessation.},
  author={K Hey and Ricardo Perera},
  journal={The Cochrane database of systematic reviews},
BACKGROUND Quit and Win contests were developed in the 1980s by the Minnesota Heart Health Program, and have been widely used since then as a population-based smoking cessation intervention at local, national and international level. Since 1994 an international contest has been held every two years in as many as 80 countries (2002). OBJECTIVES To determine whether quit and win contests can deliver higher long-term quit rates than baseline community quit rates. To assess the impact of such… CONTINUE READING

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