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Self-Reported Quit Aids and Assistance Used By Smokers At Their Most Recent Quit Attempt: Findings from the 2020 International Tobacco Control Four Country Smoking and Vaping Survey.

Shannon Gravely, K Michael Cummings, David Hammond, Ron Borland, Ann McNeill, Katherine A East, Ruth Loewen, Nadia Martin, Hua-Hie Yong, Lin Li, Alex Liber, David T Levy, Anne CK Quah, Janine Ouimet, Sara C Hitchman, Mary E Thompson, Christian Boudreau, Geoffrey T Fong

Nicotine Tob Res | Oxford University Press (OUP) | Published : 2021


INTRODUCTION: This study retrospectively describes smoking cessation aids, cessation services, and other types of assistance used by current and ex-smokers at their last quit attempt in four high-income countries. AIMS AND METHODS: Data are from the Wave 3 (2020) International Tobacco Control Four Country Smoking and Vaping Survey in Australia, Canada, England, and the United States (US). Eligible respondents were daily smokers or past-daily recent ex-smokers who made a quit attempt/quit smoking in the last 24-months, resulting in 3614 respondents. Self-reported quit aids/assistance included: nicotine vaping products (NVPs), nicotine replacement therapy (NRT), other pharmacological therapies..

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