May 31 is World No Tobacco Day, an annual celebration established by the World Health Organization. Each year, the event covers a wide range of topics, including public awareness of the dangers of tobacco and what the WHO is doing to combat the tobacco epidemic.
This year, the theme ‘commit to quit’ aims to support more than 100 million people worldwide to abstain from tobacco. The initiative is not limited to one day this time, but a year-long campaign to equip tobacco users with the tools and digital solutions needed to stop successfully.
To support World No Tobacco Day and the commitment to quit, we highlight some of our latest articles from the Magazine for Smoking Cessation.
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Smoking Cessation Magazine is the world’s only publication dedicated exclusively to smoking cessation treatment. The journal specifically targets the ‘ground level’ of smoking cessation, and publishes research with practical implications for those who help smokers quit.
The magazine is open-access and peer-reviewed, led by an international editorial team with extensive experience in the field of smoking cessation.
Methods used to quit and reduce smoking: Findings of smokers seeking help >>
Marianne Lund and Elisabeth Kvaavik, Norwegian Institute of Public Health, Norway
Relationships between self-efficacy, quality of life, perceived vulnerability and readiness to quit smoking in people living with HIV >>
Remington E. Donnelly, Haruka Minami, Jacki Hecht et al., Fordham University, USA
Evaluation of Reproducibility and Transparency Markers in Smoking Behavior Change Intervention Evaluations >>
Emma Norris, Yiwei He, Rachel Loh et al., Brunel University, UK
We hope you enjoy this article. To read more from the Journal of Smoking Cessation or to learn more about how to publish, please visit the website in the journal.
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