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Success Factors of Smoking Cessation among new enrollees and re-enrollees in Smoking Cessation Clinics at Public Health Centers

보건소 금연클리닉의 신규등록자와 재등록자의 금연성공 요인 비교 분석

  • Received : 2013.10.28
  • Accepted : 2014.01.20
  • Published : 2014.01.28

Abstract

This study has targeted to comparatively analyze smoking cessation success rates and success factors among new enrollees and re-enrollees in Smoking Cessation Clinics for its efficient operation. A total of 319,908 smokers who were enrolled in the Smoking Cessation Clinics in one of 253 public health centers across the nation for more than 6 months from July 16, 2009 to July 15, 2010 were examined. According to the comparative analysis, the following results have been obtained. According to the results, it has been confirmed that it is necessary to determine why smoking cessation success rates are low and take additional efforts to increase the rates for the effective operation of smoking cessation clinics. In addition, smoking cessation success rates were higher when only BT(Behavior Therapy) was given than when both BT and NRT(Nicotine Replacement Therapy) were provided to new enrollees while they were lower when only BT was provided than when both BT and NRT were given to re-enrollees. Therefore, it is necessary to provide differentiated service types depending on the type of enrollment. Hence, it is also required for the government to take various approaches in terms of a direction for a smoking cessation policy.

Keywords

Public Health Center;Smoking Cessation policy;Smoking Cessation Success Rates;Smoking Cessation Success Factors;Smoking Cessation Clinics

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