Overall study found behaviour change interventions delivered in primary care settings can be effective: 37% of smokers in study were able to quit following the intervention. However, there are important lessons to learn and share around tailoring materials to the local context and training and supporting healthcare workers to deliver the intervention.
This research is supported by the Department for International Development’s COMDIS–HSD Programme which is led by the University of Leeds
COMDIS. Infographic: Can behaviour change support reduce tobacco use in Nepal? COMDIS-HSD Tools, Tips and Guides (2017)