Smoking cessation at the workplace: 1 year success of short seminars

@article{Hutter2006SmokingCA,
  title={Smoking cessation at the workplace: 1 year success of short seminars},
  author={H-P Hutter and Hans Moshammer and Manfred Neuberger},
  journal={International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health},
  year={2006},
  volume={79},
  pages={42-48}
}
Objectives: In search of less time-consuming methods of smoking cessation Allen Carr’ seminars performed at workplaces in Austria were evaluated. Methods: Of all the 357 smokers attending a seminar in summer 2002, 308 (86%), consented to participate in a repeated health survey, including the SF-36 questionnaire. After 3 months 268 (87%) gave computer-aided telephone interviews and 223 (72%) after 1 year. Analysis by logistic regression was done separately for males and females. Results: The 1… Expand

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