Development of a targeted behavioral treatment for smoking cessation among individuals with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

This study evaluated three treatment components: Mindfulness, Practice Quitting and Countering Emotional Behaviors, for their effectiveness for smoking cessation of COPD patients. This early evaluation of a new behavioral treatment showed great potential for a clinically significant change and feasibility to encourage COPD patients to quit smoking. First author Amanda Mathew was awarded the Lung Association Social Behavioral Research Grant, and co-author Ravi Kalhan is an ACRC investigator.

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