J Clin Outcomes Manage
The clinical effort against secondhand smoke exposure (CEASE) intervention: a decade of lessons learned
Winickoff JP, Hipple B, Drehmer J, Nabi E, Hall N, Ossip DJ, Friebely J
ABSTRACT Objective: To describe lessons learned in developing the CEASE tobacco control intervention. Methods: Descriptive report. Results: Tobacco use and tobacco smoke exposure harm families in a multitude of ways. The child health care setting is the ideal location to address parental smoking and tobacco smoke exposure in children. Few interventions have been developed specifically for families in the child health care setting. One such intervention, the CEASE program, was developed with assistance from tobacco control experts, pediatric researchers, policy makers, and child health care clinicians to address parental smoking. Conclusion: An effective tobacco cessation intervention can be developed in a systematic way that may not require extensive resources and expertise.
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