Telephone counseling for smoking cessation: effects of single-session and multiple-session interventions.

@article{Zhu1996TelephoneCF,
  title={Telephone counseling for smoking cessation: effects of single-session and multiple-session interventions.},
  author={Shu-Hong Zhu and V Stretch and Mark H. Balabanis and Bradley P Rosbrook and Garret Sadler and John P Pierce},
  journal={Journal of consulting and clinical psychology},
  year={1996},
  volume={64 1},
  pages={202-11}
}
Smokers (N = 3,030) were randomized to receive 1 of 3 interventions: (a) a self-help quit kit, (b) a quit kit plus 1 telephone counseling session, or (c) a quit kit plus up to 6 telephone counseling sessions, scheduled according to relapse probability. Both counseling groups achieved significantly higher abstinence rates than the self-help group. The rates for having quit for at least 12 months by intention to treat were 5.4% for self-help, 7.5% for single counseling, and 9.9% for multiple… CONTINUE READING
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