Quitline referral vs. self-help manual for tobacco use cessation in the Emergency Department: a feasibility study

@article{Schiebel2007QuitlineRV,
  title={Quitline referral vs. self-help manual for tobacco use cessation in the Emergency Department: a feasibility study},
  author={Nicola E E Schiebel and Jon O. Ebbert},
  journal={BMC Emergency Medicine},
  year={2007},
  volume={7},
  pages={15 - 15}
}
BACKGROUND Tobacco use counseling interventions delivered in the primary care setting are efficacious, but limited evidence exists regarding their feasibility or efficacy in the Emergency Department (ED). ED randomized controlled trials evaluating referral for outpatient tobacco use counseling have not had a single subject in the intervention groups attend scheduled clinic appointments. Telephone counseling potentially affords the opportunity to provide this population with individual… CONTINUE READING

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