Proven stop-smoking methods, like group therapy, individual counselling and nicotine replacement therapy, are equally effective when offered in the workplace. The evidence is less clear for self-help methods. Social and environmental support, competitions and incentives, and comprehensive programmes do not show a clear benefit in helping smokers to quit at work.
Is the workplace an effective setting for people to stop smoking
October 8, 2008
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