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The impact of a brief tobacco-use cessation intervention in public health dental clinics


, : The impact of a brief tobacco-use cessation intervention in public health dental clinics. Journal of the American Dental Association 136(2): 179-86; Quiz 230-1

Background. Public health dental clinic patients use tobacco at disproportionately high rates. The purpose of this study was to evaluate a tobacco-use cessation program delivered via public health dental practitioners. Methods. Two public health dental clinics participated in this quasiexperimental design study. First, all patients in one clinic who used tobacco (n = 178) received usual care.

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PMID: 15782521

DOI: 10.14219/jada.archive.2005.0139


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