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Employee self-help smoking cessation programs: a review of the literature

R A Windsor, E E Bartlett
Health Education Quarterly 1984, 11 (4): 349-59
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The purpose of this article is to present a review of the literature on employee self-help smoking cessation programs. Included in this discussion are: (1) a rationale for self-help smoking cessation interventions; (2) a synopsis of their applicability to occupational settings; (3) a rational and description of the self-help smoking cessation interventions selected for a large group of employees; and (4) several methodological issues faced in conducting evaluations of smoking cessation programs.

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