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Reported Exposures to Anti-smoking Messages and Their Impact on Chinese Smoker's Subsequent Quit Attempts.
|Title||Reported Exposures to Anti-smoking Messages and Their Impact on Chinese Smoker's Subsequent Quit Attempts.|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2013|
|Authors||Li L, Borland R, Yong H-H, Fong GT, Jiang Y, Li Q, Hammond D, Quah ACK|
|Journal||International journal of behavioral medicine|
|Date Published||2013 Sep 28|
It is important to monitor whether anti-smoking messages (if any) are noticed by the public in China and whether they have any impact on smokers' quitting behaviours over time PURPOSE: This study aimed to examine Chinese smokers' exposure to anti-smoking messages in a range of channels and to determine if exposure was associated with subsequent quit attempts.
|Alternate Journal||Int J Behav Med|