Turning Point/Smoking Cessation Research Review

The Smoking Cessation Research Review publishes synopses of some of the most important studies in this field with commentary for New Zealand health professionals. You can subscribe free. Issues published to date are:
 
  • Issue 24,2016 in this issue
    • Have combustible cigarettes met their match?
    • Supporting smokers with depression wanting to quit
    • Helping smokers quit after diagnosis of a potentially curable cancer
    • Preventing postpartum return to smoking
    • Varenicline assists smoking cessation in light smokers
    • Novel pMDI doubles smoking quit rates
    • Progress towards the Smokefree 2025 goal: too slow
    • UK data show e-cigarettes are linked to successful quitting
    • Teachable moments increase quit rates among parents of asthmatic kids
    • Targeting reduced smoking promotes smoking cessation
  • Issue 23, 2016 In this issue
    • No evidence for 'hardcore' smokers emerging
    • Is smoking an ‘informed choice’?
    • “Aunties” support pregnant Māori women to quit smoking
    • Are convenience stores willing to stop selling tobacco
    • The public health impact of vaporised nicotine products
    • Gradual versus abrupt smoking cessation
    • Low use of e-cigarettes by tobacco smokers in NSW
    • Blurring the line between NRT and smokeless tobacco
    • Comparing effectiveness of smoking abstinence strategies
    • Smoking cessation and social disadvantage
  • Issue 22, 2016 In this issue
    • Vapers' opinions on regulation of e-cigs in Australia
    • Nicotine patches alone help smokers quit
    • Denormalise the appearance of cigarette sticks
    • Varenicline, buproprion: safe for psychiatrically-stable smokers
    • Text messaging intervention helps young adults quit smoking
    • Pharmacokinetics of electronic cigarettes
    • Internet discussion forums: views on NRT and smoking cessation
    • Assessing smoking cessation advice in UK primary care
    • Specialist smoking cessation services produce more quitters?
  • Issue 21, 2016 In this issue
    • Smoking increases risk of complications
    • Future regulatory options for e-cigs in
    • E-cigarette labelling noncompliant with EU/UK legislation
    • Self-help booklets do not reduce relapse in short-term quitters
    • Identifying intervention components for smoking cessation
    • Extended medication helps maintain abstinence
    • N-acetylcysteine may maintain smoking abstinence
    • Perceived harm of e-cigs may impede switching
    • Females rate nicotine e-cigs more highly than males
  • Issue 20, 2016
  • Issue 19, 2015
  • Issue 18, 2015
  • Issue 17, 2015
  • Issue 16, 2014
  • Issue 15, 2014
  • Issue 14 2014
  • Issue 13, 2014 
  • Issue 12, 2013 
  • Issue 11, 2013  
  • Issue 10, 2013 
  • Issue 9, 2013    
  • Issue 8, 2012  
  • Issue 7, 2012  
  • Issue 6,  2012    
  • Issue 5, 2012     
  • Issue 4, 2011  
  • Issue 3, 2011
  • Issue 2, 2001
  • Issue 1, 2011   
Turning Point is a newsletter for health care workers who are helping people to stop smoking.
 
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