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CHARTing the Future Course of Tobacco-Cessation Interventions for Hospitalized Smokers

      Eight articles in this issue give readers the unusual opportunity of seeing together the results of multiple clinical trials with a common goal—in this case, identifying effective strategies for implementing tobacco-cessation interventions among hospitalized cigarette smokers. Seven trials are included in a Theme Issue that reports the findings of the NIH-funded Consortium of Hospitals to Advance Research on Tobacco (CHART).
      • Riley W.T.
      • Stevens V.J.
      • Zhu S.H.
      • Morgan G.
      • Grossman D.
      Overview of the Consortium of Hospitals Advancing Research on Tobacco (CHART).
      • Cummins S.E.
      • Gamst A.C.
      • Brandstein K.
      • et al.
      Helping hospitalized smokers: a factorial RCT of nicotine patches and counseling.
      • Duffy S.A.
      • Ronis D.L.
      • Karvonen-Gutierrez C.A.
      • et al.
      Effectiveness of the Tobacco Tactics Program in the Trinity Health System.
      • Fellows J.L.
      • Mularski R.A.
      • Leo M.C.
      • et al.
      Referring hospitalized smokers to outpatient quit services: a randomized trial.
      • Harrington K.F.
      • Kim Y.
      • Chen M.
      • et al.
      Web-based intervention for transitioning smokers from inpatient to outpatient care: an RCT.
      • Richter K.P.
      • Faseru B.
      • Shireman T.I.
      • et al.
      Warm handoff versus fax referral for linking hospitalized smokers to quitlines.
      • Rigotti N.A.
      • Tindle H.A.
      • Regan S.
      • et al.
      A post-discharge smoking-cessation intervention for hospital patients: Helping Hand 2 randomized clinical trial.
      • Sherman S.E.
      • Link A.R.
      • Rogers E.S.
      • et al.
      Smoking cessation interventions for urban hospital patients: a randomized comparative effectiveness trial.
      An additional paper outside the Theme Issue reports the findings of an independently funded trial with the same goal.
      • Warner D.O.
      • Nolan M.B.
      • Kadimpati S.
      • et al.
      Quitline tobacco interventions in hospitalized patients: a randomized trial.
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