Motivational Interviewing: helping smokers quit

May 4, 2015 | behavioural psychology, drug & alcohol, motivational interviewing

A 2015 study shows that the family-assisted Motivational Interviewing intervention is more effective in changing the smoking behaviours and increasing the communication between smokers and family, than health education. Using the family-assisted smoking cessation intervention based on MI, community health service providers can influence and empower low-motivated smokers positively to quit smoking.

Click here to read this study online here.