A Comparative evaluation of Conventional and Telephonic intervention for smoking cessation among rural population of Mappedu, Thiruvallur district,Tamil Nadu.

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Sathya Kumaresan
Meignana Arumugham Indiran
D.Sri Sakthi

Keywords

Community approach, smoking cessation, rural population

Abstract

Background: Rural areas present a higher prevalence of tobacco than the urban areas of India. However, village based smoking cessation intervention has the potential to assist in smoking cessations in communities unlike the tobacco cessation clinics in the urban settings. The present study is aimed to assess the effectiveness of smoking cessation interventions among the rural population of Mappedu, Thiruvallur district, Tamil Nadu.
Materials and Methods: Current daily smoking residents in the age group of 20-80 years were allocated to conventional group and telephone groups of smoking cessation interventions.Self reported abstinence was assessed at 1st month and 6th month follow up intervals.
Results: An increased percentage (50.76%) of study participants in the telephonic group remained abstinent as compared to the conventional group (44.96%) in the 1st month follow up.A majority (67.93%) of study participants in the telephonic group remained abstinent as compared to the conventional group (60%) in the 6th month follow up.
Conclusion: Multimodal behavioral approaches for smoking cessation programmes can motivate people to quit smoking in rural areas.

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