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Some psychosocial aspects of smoking: 10-year experience in "quit and win" campaigns in Novosibirsk / N.V. Alekseeva, O.L. Alekseev, M.G. Chukhrova.

Title: Some psychosocial aspects of smoking: 10-year experience in "quit and win" campaigns in Novosibirsk / N.V. Alekseeva, O.L. Alekseev, M.G. Chukhrova.
Author(s): Alekseeva, N. V.
Alekseev, O. L.
Chukhrova, M. G.
Date: 2006.
In: Alaska Medicine. (2006.), Supplement (2006)
Abstract: Presents results of "quit and win" anti-smoking campaign follow-up study, analysing participants by marital status, education and motivation to participation. Results suggest mass anti-smoking campaigns are effective and inexpensive, though support of family members, friends, mass-media and health professionals is extremely important.
Notes:

Alaska Medicine. Supplement :71-73 (2006).

Keywords: 613/614 -- Health and preventive medicine.
613.84 -- Tobacco products.
I -- Medicine and health.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*501) -- Russia (Federation).
(*532.3) -- Novosibirskaya Oblast'.
SPRI record no.: 180982

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