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The Effectiveness of National Health Service Intensive Treatments for Smoking Cessation in England

Citation
Bell K, Bauld L, McCullough L, Greaves L, Mulryne R, Jategaonkar N & DeVries K (2007) The Effectiveness of National Health Service Intensive Treatments for Smoking Cessation in England. National Institute for Health Care and Excellence.

Abstract
The National Health Service (NHS) smoking cessation services in England provide interventions to affect smoking cessation across the population. This rapid review examines the effectiveness of the NHS intensive smoking cessation treatments in England. The review contains assessments of available data, in a background reflecting other relevant literature. The available data has been assessed to answer nine preset questions examining in detail the effectiveness of the NHS cessation services and their mode of delivery, delivery settings and their effects on specific sub-groups.

StatusPublished
AuthorsBell Kirsten, Bauld Linda, McCullough Lucy, Greaves Lorraine, Mulryne Ruth, Jategaonkar Natasha, DeVries Karen
Number of pages136
Publication date2007
URLhttp://www.nice.org.uk/…d&r=true&o=34647
PublisherNational Institute for Health Care and Excellence
LanguageEnglish
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