Research recommendation(s) from an individual piece of guidance
|Guidance:||Brief interventions and referral for smoking cessation|
|Date issued:||March 2006|
Research recommendations coming out of this guidance
- What are the key characteristics of an effective brief intervention for smoking cessation?
- Are brief interventions for smoking cessation in pregnant women, clinical and cost effective?
- Has the impact of brief interventions [for smoking cessation] changed as a result of increased investment in tobacco control activities, including development of the NHS smoking cessation services?
- Is the stages of changes/transtheoretical model an effective and cost-effective intervention for smoking cessation compared to delivered appropriately normal care such as routine consultation?
- Does an individual√Ę‚?¨‚?Ęs previous [smoking] √Ę‚?¨ň?quitting history√Ę‚?¨‚?Ę affect the success of any subsequent brief intervention?
- How effective (and cost effective) √Ę‚?¨‚?? in absolute and relative terms √Ę‚?¨‚?? are brief interventions [for smoking cessation] delivered by different professionals in a variety of settings?
- Which brief interventions are most effective (and cost effective) for pregnant women and for people in lower socioeconomic and vulnerable groups √Ę‚?¨‚?? and why?
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