Individual-level behavioural smoking cessation interventions tailored for disadvantaged socioeconomic position - a systematic review and meta-regression

Abstract

Socioeconomic inequalities in smoking cessation have led to development of interventions that are specifically tailored for smokers from disadvantaged groups. We aimed to assess whether the effectiveness of interventions for disadvantaged groups is moderated by tailoring for socioeconomic position.

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The Lancet Public Health
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Loren Kock
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