A combination of the best available evidence through existing guidelines, filtered through the needs of end-users, this practice-informed guideline includes both clinical- and population-level approaches to tobacco cessation interventions. CAN-ADAPTT's Guideline for Smoking Cessation is intended to guide practice and is not intended to serve as a comprehensive overview of tobacco cessation management. This guideline is intended to inform provision of evidence-based tobacco cessation care and population-level strategies in Canada.
CAN-ADAPTT has been made possible through a financial contribution from the Drugs and Tobacco Initiatives Program, Health Canada. This guideline is editorially independent of funding sources. The views expressed herein do not necessarily represent the views of Health Canada.
Reproduction of the Guideline
Reproduction of the CAN-ADAPTT Smoking Cessation Guideline is permitted for educational and non-commercial purposes, in any form, including electronic form, without requiring the consent or permission of the authors and/or the CAN-ADAPTT project, provided that the following is noted on all electronic or print versions: © CAN-ADAPTT/CAMH 2012.
CAN-ADAPTT. (2011). Canadian Smoking Cessation Clinical Practice Guideline. Toronto, Canada: Canadian Action Network for the Advancement, Dissemination and Adoption of Practice-informed Tobacco Treatment, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health.