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Telephone Quitlines

A Resource for Development, Implementation, and Evaluation

Telephone Quitlines: A Resource for Development, Implementation, and Evaluation
Telephone Quitlines
A Resource for Development,
Implementation, and Evaluation

This 2005 document is intended to help state health departments, health care organizations, and employers to contract for and monitor telephone-based tobacco cessation services. It is also intended to help states, health care organizations, and quitline operators enhance existing quitline services, and to inform those who are interested in learning more about population-based approaches to tobacco cessation.

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