This study evaluates the effectiveness of offering adjunctive financial incentives for abstinence (contingency management [CM]) within a safety net hospital smoking cessation program.

It concludes that offering small financial incentives for abstinence might be an effective means to improve abstinence rates among socioeconomically disadvantaged individuals participating in smoking cessation treatment.

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Author/s: Darla E. Kendzor, Michael S. Businelle, Insiya B. Poonawalla, Erica L. Cuate, Anshula Kesh, Debra M. Rios, Ping Ma, David S. Balis
Publication ID: doi: 10.2105/AJPH.2014.302102
Countries: USA
Date of Publication: November 2014

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