6-month effectiveness of the French smoking cessation quitline

Publié le 1 Janvier 2016
Mis à jour le 09 septembre 2019

Smoking cessation quitlines are considered as effective interventions for motivated smokers . In France in 2014, 59.5% of daily smokers aged 15 to 75 years wanted to stop smoking. Santé publique France, the French national public health agency, has been running the French quitline (Tabac info service, TIS) since 1998. An evaluation was launched in 2012 following the introduction of structured counselling sessions by trained professionals. Its main objective is to document the effectiveness of the service by estimating the smoking abstinence rate at 6 months. [introduction poster]

Seventh EUSPR Conference and Members' Meeting, Berlin, 2016/10/31-11/02

Auteur : PASQUEREAU Anne, Smadja Olivier, ANDLER Raphaël, GUIGNARD Romain, Richard Jean-Baptiste, Nguyen thanh Viêt
Année de publication : 2016
Pages : 1 p.