Community Intervention Trial for Smoking Cessation Commit by Edward Lichtenstein

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  • Substance Abuse & Addictions - Drug Dependence,
  • Health Policy,
  • Medical,
  • Recovery

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Number of Pages309
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Open LibraryOL11306823M
ISBN 100895031558
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The Community Intervention Trial for smoking cessation (COMMIT) is sponsored by the National Cancer Institute and involves eleven pairs of communities in North America.

COMMIT emphasizes a partnership between the eleven research institutions and their respective intervention communities in developing the structures needed to implement the. OBJECTIVES: The primary hypothesis of COMMIT (Community Intervention Trial for Smoking Cessation) was that a community-level, multi-channel, 4-year intervention would increase quit rates among cigarette smokers, with Community Intervention Trial for Smoking Cessation book smokers (> or = 25 cigarettes per day) of priority.

community based smoking cessation intervention trial for rural Kerala, India. Asian Pac J Cancer Prev 12(12): II Jayakrishnan R, Mathew A, Lekshmi K, Sebastian P, Finne P and Uutela A ().

Assessment of nicotine dependence among smokers in a selected rural population in Kerala, India. Asian Pac J Cancer Prev 13(6): Abstract. OBJECTIVES.

COMMIT (Community Intervention Trial for Smoking Cessation) investigated whether a community-level multichannel intervention would decrease the prevalence of adult cigarette smoking and increase quitting, with heavy smokers (> or =.

A randomized clinical trial of smoking cessation treatments provided in HIV clinical care settings. Nicotine & Tobacco Research ; *Japuntich SJ, Zehner ME, Smith SS, et al. Smoking cessation via the internet: a Community Intervention Trial for Smoking Cessation book clinical trial of an internet intervention as adjuvant treatment in a smoking cessation intervention.

Get this from a library. Community Intervention Trial (COMMIT) for Smoking Cessation. [Alice Collins Hamm; National Cancer Institute (U.S.). Office of Cancer Communications.]. In this study we ascertain what tobacco control activities continued in intervention communities involved in the Community Intervention Trial for Smoking Cessation (COMMIT), a randomized, controlled community trial aimed at adult smokers, and also assessed level of tobacco control activities in the comparison communities.

A perioperative smoking cessation program with counseling, pharmacotherapy with varenicline, an educational pamphlet, and a fax referral to a quitline increased abstinence from smoking 1, 3, 6, and 12 months after surgery versus a brief intervention.

The Community Intervention Trial for Smoking Cessation (COMMIT) was an intervention trial funded by the National Cancer Institute to evaluate the effects of a multi-component, community based smoking control intervention on cessation in adult smokers.1,2 The primary (adult) outcomes of this trial have been published elsewhere.3,4 In this letter we test the hypothesis that a comprehensive.

Objectives. COMMIT (Community Intervention Trial for Smoking Cessation) investigated whether a community-level multichannel intervention would decrease the prevalence of adult cigarette smoking and increase quitting with heavy smokers (≥25 cigarettes per day) receiving the highest priority.

Methods. One community within each of 11 matched community pairs (10 in the United States, 1 in Canada. The Community Intervention Trial for Smoking Cessation (COMMIT) is a multicenter project created to test a comprehensive smoking control intervention.

Summary. The prevalence of tobacco smoking is high among persons with HIV (PWH). The investigators are piloting a two session computer-delivered intervention (CBI) with linkage to a community health worker (CHW) among hospitalized PWH with tobacco use 1a) To determine feasibility and acceptability of delivering this intervention and 2a) To determine intervention effect on 1).

OBJECTIVES. COMMIT (Community Intervention Trial for Smoking Cessation) investigated whether a community-level multichannel intervention would decrease the prevalence of adult cigarette smoking and increase quitting, with heavy smokers (> or = 25 cigarettes per day) receiving the highest priority.

METHODS. One community within each of 11 matched community pairs (10 in the United States, 1. The Community Intervention Trial for Smoking Cessation asked whether a community-wide advertising campaign would reduce smoking. The researchers located 11 pairs of communities, each pair similar in location, size, economic status, and so on.

One community in each pair participated in the advertising campaign and the other did not. Objectives. The primary hypothesis of COMMIT (Community Intervention Trial for Smoking Cessation) was that a community-level, multi-channel, 4-year intervention would increase quit rates among cigarette smokers, with heavy smokers (≥25 cigarettes per day) of priority.

Methods. One community within each of 11 matched community pairs (10 in the United States, 1 in Canada) was. The Community Intervention Trial for Smoking Cessation (COMMIT) is a multicenter project created to test a comprehensive smoking control intervention.

COMMIT was designed to effectively reach cigarette smokers, especially heavy smokers, and to aid them in achieving and maintaining long-term cessation of cigarette smoking.

Opportunities for participation in chronic disease prevention programs are discussed in the context of a description and analysis of the National Cancer Institute's Community Intervention Trial for Smoking Cessation (COMMIT).

COMMIT involves 11 matched pairs of communities with random assignment to the intervention condition within each pair. The Effects of Nurse-Led Smoking Cessation Interventions for Patients with Cancer: A Systematic Review randomized clinical trials examining smoking cessation.

and book. chapters were also. Baseline data from the 20 U.S. sites in the National Cancer Institute's Community Intervention Trial for Smoking Cessation (COMMIT) were analyzed. We found that women were less likely than men to be heavy smokers and to report that smoking had affected their health, but more likely to report behavior indicating physiological addition (timing of.

The Community Intervention Trial for Smoking Cessation asked whether a community-wide advertising campaign would reduce smoking. The researchers located 11 pairs of communities, each pair similar in location, size, economic status, and so on. One community in each pair participated in the advertising campaign and the other did not.

This is. The Community Intervention Trial for smoking cessation (COMMIT) is sponsored by the National Cancer Institute and involves eleven pairs of communities in North America. COMMIT emphasizes a. The Community Intervention Trial for Smoking Cessation (COMMIT) has adopted a community approach to smoking cessation.

State-of-the-art interventions that have proven efficacious for smoking cessation are delivered to smokers through community-based organizations. () The Community Intervention Trial for Smoking Cessation asked whether a community-wide advertising campaign would reduce smoking.

The researchers located 11 pairs of communities, each pair similar in location, size, economic status, and so on.

Given that there were no data from similar trials, the required sample size was calculated according to a previous trial on the effectiveness of a text messaging intervention for smoking cessation among adult smokers, in which abstinence validated by exhaled carbon monoxide was % ( of 2,) in the intervention group and % ( of.

A randomized trial of concurrent versus delayed smoking intervention for patients in alcohol dependence treatment. Journal of Studies on Alcohol –, PMID: Kalman, D.

Smoking cessation treatment for substance misusers in early recovery: A review of the literature and recommendations for practice. Title of Intervention: Community Intervention Trial for Smoking Cessation (COMMIT) Intervention Strategies: Campaigns and Promotions, Provider Education, Individual Education, Group Education, Supportive Relationships, Environments and Policies.

Purpose of the Intervention: To reduce smoking through community-wide efforts Population: Heavy adult smokers and light-to-moderate adult smokers. Educational and Community-Based Programs, Tobacco Use Tobacco Use and Secondhand Smoke Exposure: Incentives and Competitions to Increase Smoking Cessation Among Workers – When Combined With Additional Interventions Community Preventive Services Task Force: Systematic Review: 4 out of 4: Educational and Community-Based Programs, Tobacco Use.

Objectives: To determine the effectiveness of a mobile phone text messaging smoking cessation programme. Design: Randomised controlled trial Setting: New Zealand Participants: smokers from throughout New Zealand who wanted to quit, were aged over 15 years, and owned a mobile phone were randomised to an intervention group that received regular, personalised text messages providing smoking.

A digital smoking cessation program delivered through internet and cell phone without nicotine replacement (Happy Ending): randomized controlled trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research ;10(5):e Brendryen H & Kraft P.

Happy Ending: a randomized controlled trial of a digital multi-media smoking cessation intervention. Addiction Objective: Despite extremely high rates of smoking among individuals with psychotic disorders and the associated financial and health costs, few studies have investigated the efficacy of smoking cessation interventions among this group.

The purpose of this study was to compare an integrated psychological and nicotine replacement therapy intervention for people with a psychotic disorder with.the first trial of a smoking cessation intervention in adults with mental health problems was published in the United States in Moreover, the release in of the white paper ‘Smoking Kills’ (The Stationery Office, ) resulted in the development of NHS Smoking.

Smoking cessation (also known as quitting smoking or stopping smoking) is the process of discontinuing tobacco smoking. Tobacco smoke contains nicotine, which is addictive and can cause dependence. Nicotine withdrawal often makes the process of quitting difficult. [citation needed]In the US, about 70% of smokers would like to quit smoking, and 50% report having made an attempt to do so.

A cigarette smoking cessation counseling intervention: Adults: Other: Worksite, Health care facility: Provider Education, Supportive Relationships: A classroom-based educational smoking prevention program: Teens: Black, Hispanic: School: Group Education, Individual Education: Community Intervention Trial for Smoking Cessation (COMMIT) All: All.

Thirty-seven percent of Intervention community worksites reported offering smoking cessation resources or assistance for employees during the period of the study, compared to 31% of Comparison community worksites (P= ).

Employees in Intervention communities, relative to those in Comparison communities, reported greater awareness of stop. The Community Intervention Trial for Smoking Cessation (COMMIT) has adopted a community approach to smoking cessation.

State-of-the-art interventions that have proven efficacious for smoking cessation are delivered to smokers through community-based organizations. An innovative adaptation of community organization methods accommodated the need. Abstract. The research reported upon comprises a (primarily qualitative) evaluation in the only Canadian intervention site (Brantford, Ontario) of one of the largest community-based health promotion projects in North America: the Community Intervention Trial for Smoking Cessation (COMMIT).

The prevalence of tobacco smoking is high among persons with HIV (PWH). The investigators are piloting a two session computer-delivered intervention (CBI) with linkage to a community health worker (CHW) among hospitalized PWH with tobacco use 1a) To determine feasibility and acceptability of delivering this intervention and 2a) To determine intervention effect on 1) readiness to quit smoking.

related. The list of acronyms and abbreviations related to COMMIT - Community Intervention Trial for Smoking Cessation. A randomized controlled trial of a smoking cessation intervention among people with a psychotic disorder. American Journal of Psychiatry –, Link, Google Scholar.

41 Heffner JL, Anthenelli RM, DelBello MP, et al.: Mood management and nicotine patch for smoking cessation in adults with bipolar disorder. To evaluate whether a structured community pharmacy‐based smoking cessation programme (the PAS model) would give rise to a higher smoking cessation rate compared with ad hoc advice from pharmacists.

Design. A randomized controlled trial comparing a structured intervention. The goal of this clinical research study is to offer lung cancer screenings to smokers who want to change their smoking behaviors. All eligible participants will receive smoking cessation counseling and may be offered at least one form of smoking cessation drug.

The study aims to show the feasibility, success, and cost-effectiveness of electronically delivered smoking cessation interventions via patient portals in .Thirty-seven percent of Intervention community work-sites reported offering smoking cessation resources or assistance for employees during the period of the study, compared to 31% of Comparison community worksites (P = ).

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