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Carbon monoxide verified 4-week quit rates in the English Stop Smoking Services before versus after establishment of the National Centre for Smoking Cessation and Training

  • ISSN 2058-6949
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  • Published: 26/11/13
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The mean CO-verified 4-week success rates of the clinics have risen again to 37.3% in 2012/13. The standard deviation is similar to the previous year at 9.6.
20/02/14 Robert West (University College London)
My co-directors of the National Centre for Smoking Cessation and Training (NCSCT) draw on the best available evidence, aggregated data from English stop smoking services, to show the national impact of the NCSCT. The mean four-week CO-validated quit rate increased significantly from 34% in 2008/9, before the NCSCT was established, to 35.9% in 2011/12, three years after its inception.
01/01/14 Andy McEwen (University College London)
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