Correlates of tobacco quit attempts and cessation in the adult population of India: secondary analysis of the Global Adult Tobacco Survey, 2009 - 10.

Abstract

This study was a cross-sectional secondary data analysis of the Global Adult Tobacco Survey, India, 2009-10. There were 25,175 tobacco users aged 21 years and above included in the study. Bivariate and multivariate logistic regression analysis was done to determine associations between socio-demographic variables and cessation services utilized with attempts to quit tobacco and successful quitting.

Citation

Swati, S.; Malhotra, S.; Harries, AD.; Lal, P.; Arora, M. Correlates of tobacco quit attempts and cessation in the adult population of India: secondary analysis of the Global Adult Tobacco Survey, 2009-10. BMC Public Health (2013) 13 (1) 263. [DOI: 10.1186/1471-2458-13-263]

Correlates of tobacco quit attempts and cessation in the adult population of India: secondary analysis of the Global Adult Tobacco Survey, 2009 - 10.

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