A systematic review of behaviour change techniques within interventions to prevent return to smoking postpartum.

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Summary of "A systematic review of behaviour change techniques within interventions to prevent return to smoking postpartum."

There is no routine support to prevent postpartum smoking relapse, due to lack of effective interventions. Previous reviews have identified behaviour change techniques (BCTs) within pregnancy cessation trials to specify which components might be incorporated into more effective interventions, but no reviews have identified BCTs for prevention of smoking relapse postpartum. We reviewed BCTs and potential delivery modes, to inform future interventions.


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Name: Addictive behaviors
ISSN: 1873-6327
Pages: 236-243


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