Promoting and Maintaining Changes in Smoking Behavior for Patients Following Discharge from a Smoke-free Mental Health Inpatient Stay: Development of a Complex Intervention Using the Behavior Change Wheel.

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References: Shoesmith E, Huddlestone L, Pervin J, Coventry P, Coleman T, Lorencatto F, Gilbody S, Leahy M. Horspool M, & Paul C, Colley L, Hough S, Hough P, & Ratschen E. (2022). Promoting and Maintaining Changes in Smoking Behavior for Patients Following Discharge from a Smoke-free Mental Health Inpatient Stay: Development of a Complex Intervention Using the Behavior Change Wheel. Nicotine & Tobacco Research. 10.1093/ntr/ntac242.

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Emily Shoesmith

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