A method for assessing fidelity of delivery of telephone behavioral support for smoking cessation

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Lorencatto, F.; West, R.; Bruguera, C.; Michie, S.;
(2014)

Objectives: Behavioral support for smoking cessation is delivered through different modalities, often guided by treatment manuals. Recently developed methods for assessing fidelity of delivery have shown that face-to-face behavioral support is often not delivered as spe... View more
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