The patient exit interview as an assessment of physician-delivered smoking intervention: a validation study.

@article{Pbert1999ThePE,
  title={The patient exit interview as an assessment of physician-delivered smoking intervention: a validation study.},
  author={Lori Pbert and Abigail N. Adams and Mark John Quirk and James R. H{\'e}bert and Judith K. Ockene and Rose S. Luippold},
  journal={Health psychology : official journal of the Division of Health Psychology, American Psychological Association},
  year={1999},
  volume={18 2},
  pages={183-8}
}
In evaluating the efficacy of physician-delivered counseling interventions for health behavior changes such as smoking cessation, a major challenge is determining the degree to which interventions are implemented by physicians. The Patient Exit Interview (PEI; J. Ockene et al., 1991) is a brief measure of a patient's perception of the content and quantity of smoking cessation intervention received from his or her physician. One hundred eight current smokers seen in a primary care clinic… CONTINUE READING

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