Development of an online smoking cessation program for use in hospital and following discharge: smoke-free recovery

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McCrabb, S., Bonevski, B., Balogh, Z., Baker, A., Harris, I. A., Attia, J., Lott, N., Naylor, J., Doran, C., George, J., Wolfenden, L., Wallis, M., Paul, D., Henskens, F., and Skelton, E. “Development of an online smoking cessation program for use in hospital and following discharge: Smoke-Free Recovery”, BMJ Innovations, 3(2), March 2017.

Conclusions: This study found that a theory and evidence-based approach as the basis for an online smoking cessation program for patients with orthopaedic trauma was acceptable to users. A randomised controlled trial will be conducted to examine whether the online smoking cessation program is effective in increasing smoking cessation and how it can be integrated and implemented into hospital practice (stages three and four of the DoTTI framework).

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