Access and interest: Two important issues in considering the feasibility of web-assisted tobacco interventions
Background: Previous research has found that current smokers are less likely to have access to the Internet than nonsmokers. As access to the Internet continues to expand, does this finding remain true? Also, how many smokers are interested in Web-assisted tobacco interventions (WATIs)? These questions are important to determine the potential role that WATIs might play in promoting tobacco cessation. Objectives: The aims of the study were to determine whether smokers are less likely than...[Show more]
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