Smoking cessation interventions: Review of evidence and implications for best practice in health care settings

THIS DOCUMENT HAS BEEN RESCINDED - The review collates and synthesises, according to National Health and Medical Research Council standards, the available evidence on the effectiveness and potential public health benefit of smoking interventions delivered by health professionals, including the relative effectiveness of the different methods available.

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Published by Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing for National Drug Strategy
2002


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