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A Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of Stop Smoking Interventions in Substance Use Disorder Populations undergoing treatment.

著者 Healey A , Roberts S , Sevdalis N , Goulding L , Wilson S , Shaw K , Jolley C , Robson D
Nicotine Tob Res.2018 May 04 ; ():.
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Tobacco smoking is highly prevalent among people attending treatment for a substance use disorder (SUD). In the UK, specialist support to stop smoking is largely delivered by a national network of Stop Smoking Services, and typically comprises of behavioural support delivered by trained practitioners on an individual (one-to-one) or group basis combined with a pharmacological smoking cessation aid. We evaluate the cost-effectiveness of these interventions, and compare cost-effectiveness for interventions using group- and individual-based support, in populations under treatment for SUD.
PMID: 29733376 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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