Smoking attitudes, beliefs, and readiness to change among acute and long term care inpatients with psychiatric diagnoses.

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The present study represents an initial assessment of barriers and motives for quitting, health risk knowledge, and readiness to change in a hospitalized acute and long term care population with psychiatric diagnoses, and dual diagnoses of substance abuse and psychiatric disorders. Ninety-two patients residing in admissions, long term care, and mentally… (More)

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@article{Carosella1999SmokingAB, title={Smoking attitudes, beliefs, and readiness to change among acute and long term care inpatients with psychiatric diagnoses.}, author={Ann Marie Carosella and Deborah J Ossip-Klein and Charles Owens}, journal={Addictive behaviors}, year={1999}, volume={24 3}, pages={331-44} }