ConsumerDemand: Innovations in Building Consumer Demand
for Tobacco Cessation Products and Services
Recommended Readings

  • Giovino, G. A. (2002). "Epidemiology of tobacco use in the United States ." Oncogene 21: 7326 - 7340.
  • Cokkinides, V. E., E. Ward, et al. (2005). "Under-Use of Smoking-Cessation Treatments. Results from the National Health Interview Survey, 2000." American Journal of Preventive Medicine 28(1): 119-122.
  • Barbeau, Elizabeth M., et al. (2004). “Working Class Matters: Socioeconomic Disadvantage, Race/Ethnicity, Gender, and Smoking in NHIS 2000.” American Journal of Public Health 94(2): 269-278.
  • Center for Disease Control and Prevention (2002; “Eliminating Health Disparities. Public Health Puzzle: Social Determinants of Health.” Chronic Disease Notes & Reports 15 (2):
  • Fiore, Michael C. (2000). “A Clinical Practice Guideline for Treating Tobacco Use and Dependence. A US Public Health Service Report.” Journal for the American Medical Association 283 (24): 3244-3254.
  • Schroeder, Steven A. (2005). “What to Do With a Patient Who Smokes.” Journal of the American Medical Association 294(4): 482-487.
  • Ossip-Klein, Deborah J. & McIntosh, Scott. (2003). “Quitlines in North America : Evidence Base and Applications.” The American Journal of the Medical Sciences (326 (4): 201-205.
  • Graham, Amanda, et al. “Characteristics of Smokers Reached and Recruited to an Internet Smoking Cessation Trial: A Case of Denominators.” Under Review.
  • Cobb, Nathan K., & Graham, Amanda L. “ Characterizing Internet “Searchers” of Smoking Cessation Information.” Draft paper for the Harvard and Brown Medical Schools.
  • Stoddard, Jacqueline L. & Augustson, Erik M. “Smokers who use Internet and smokers who don’t: data from the Health Information and Nutritional Survey (HINTS).” National Cancer Institute and Scientific Applications International Corporation. Under Review.
  • Quinn, V. P., V. J. Stevens, et al. (2005). "Tobacco-Cessation Services and Patient Satisfaction in Nine Nonprofit HMOs." American Journal of Preventive Medicine 29(2): 77-84.
  • Strecher, Victor J., et al. (2005) “Randomized controlled trial of a web-based computer-tailored smoking cessation program as a supplement to nicotine patch therapy.” Society for the Study of Addiction 100:682-688.
  • Levy, David T., et al (2005) “The Healthy People 2010 smoking prevalence and tobacco control objectives: results from the SimSmoke tobacco control policy simulation model (United States).” Cancer Causes and Control 16: 359-371.
  • Balch, George I., et al. (2004). “Opportunities for youth smoking cessation: Findings from a national focus group study.” Nicotine & Tobacco Research 6(1): 9-17.
  • Barbeau, Elizabeth M., et al. (2005). “A New Channel for Health Promotion: Building Trade Unions.” The Science of Health Promotion 19(4): 297-303.
  • Gutierrez, Karen. (2005). “Global Dialogue for Effective Stop Smoking Campaigns” Concept Paper.
  • Barry, M. (2001). “Recommendations Regarding Interventions to Reduce Tobacco Use and Exposure to Environmental Tobacco Smoke.” American Journal of Preventive Medicine 20(2S):10-15.
  • Tauras, J. A., F. J. Chaloupka, et al. (2005). "The impact of advertising on nicotine replacement therapy demand." Social Science & Medicine 60: 2351-2358.
  • Cummings, K. Michael & Hyland, Andrew (2005). “Impact of Nicotine Replacement Therapy on Smoking Behavior.” Annual Review of Public Health 26: 583-599.
  • Byrnes, N. (2005). Leader of the Packs. “Marlboro is still smokin' at 50, thanks to buzz marketing”. BusinessWeek online.