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Burch, Jane and Tort, Sera [The Cochrane Library] . (2018) Clinical question: Can one‐to‐one partner support for smokers increase smoking cessation? London: Wiley. Cochrane Clinical Answers

URL: https://www.cochranelibrary.com/cca/doi/10.1002/cc...

For adults (mean age 25 to 59 years) recruited from the community, medical settings, or the workplace who smoke on average 13 to 29 cigarettes/day, having one‐to‐one partner support during a smoking cessation programme (provided by a relative, spouse/cohabiting partner, friend, coworker, or fellow participant from the cessation program) did not appear to increase smoking abstinence at 6 to 9 months or ≥ 12 months. However, the evidence was of low certainty, and no firm conclusions can be drawn.


Item Type:Evidence resource
Publication Type:Guideline
Drug Type:Tobacco
Intervention Type:Psychosocial treatment method
Source:The Cochrane Library
Date:October 2018
Publisher:Wiley
Place of Publication:London
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Subjects:B Substances > Tobacco (cigarette smoking)
HJ Treatment method > Substance disorder treatment method > Cessation of substance use
N Communication, information and education > Recommendations or guidelines > Practice / clinical guidelines

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