There have been a large number of Cochrane reviews of behavioural smoking cessation interventions.
As these are an important resource for the smoking cessation field, as part of our mission to be a central information resource for the smoking cessation field, we have collected all the reviews covering behavioural interventions and uploaded them so they can be viewed on our site.
Please click on the links below to find out more about the Cochrane reviews that deal with behavioural interventions.
Aversive smoking for smoking cessation This review has two aims: First, to determine the efficacy of rapid smoking and other aversive methods in helping smokers to stop smoking; second, to determine whether there is a dose-response effect ... [More]
Self-help interventions for smoking cessation The aims of this review were to determine the effectiveness of different forms of self-help materials, compared with no treatment and with other minimal contact strategies; and the effectiveness of ap ... [More]