Summary of Key Findings
- Smoking abstinence at end of program:
- Intent to treat analysis: 31% (167/540)
- Among program completers: 41% (167/406)
- Significant predictors of abstinence:
- Having a history of an anxiety disorder is predictive of being less likely to quit smoking when compared to having no history of a psychiatric disorder.
- Having a lower CO level at program enrolment was a significant predictor of being more likely to quit.
- Attending the TDC program for a longer duration was a significant predictor of being more likely to quit.
Okoli, Chizimuzo T.C. and Khara, Milan, "Outcomes of a Tailored Tobacco Treatment Approach for Individuals with Substance Use Disorders and/or Psychiatric Disorders" (2011). Nursing Presentations. 25.