Tobacco Cessation Interventions for Underserved Women.

@article{Hemsing2015TobaccoCI,
  title={Tobacco Cessation Interventions for Underserved Women.},
  author={Natalie Hemsing and Lorraine J. Greaves and Nancy Poole},
  journal={Journal of social work practice in the addictions},
  year={2015},
  volume={15 3},
  pages={
          267-287
        }
}
Despite high rates of smoking among some subgroups of women, there is a lack of tailored interventions to address smoking cessation among women. We identify components of a women-centered approach to tobacco cessation by analyzing 3 bodies of literature: sex and gender influences in tobacco use and addiction; evidence-based tobacco cessation guidelines; and best practices in delivery of women-centered care. Programming for underserved women should be tailored, build confidence and increase… CONTINUE READING

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