Tresza D Hutcheson

Tresza D Hutcheson
University of Kansas | KU

Doctor of Philosophy

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Publications (8)
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Objective To describe treatment engagement and outcomes of patients who smoke with cancer and received tobacco cessation treatment during hospitalization. Method We analyzed treatment engagement and cessation outcomes for hospitalized patients who smoke with a current or former history of cancer receiving treatment from an inpatient tobacco treatm...
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Background Cessation counseling and pharmacotherapy are recommended for hospitalized smokers, but better coordination between cessation counselors and providers might improve utilization of pharmacotherapy and enhance smoking cessation. Objective To compare smoking cessation counseling combined with care coordination post-hospitalization to counse...
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Importance Smokers with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) have particular difficulty quitting. Long-term nicotine replacement therapy (LT-NRT) might offer a strategy for reducing harm from cigarettes and provide a pathway for later cessation. Objective To compare the effect of LT-NRT vs standard smoking cessation (SSC) on exposure to ci...
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Many smokers who attempt to quit fail to do so, however many may reduce the amount they smoke. Substantial smoking reduction can be an important outcome for failed quitters. Reduction increases the likelihood of subsequent cessation and confers some health benefits. Little is known about the stability of CPD (cigarettes per day) reductions among fa...
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Introduction Smokers benefit from ongoing cessation support upon leaving the hospital and returning to their home environment. This study examined the impact of telephone-delivered care coordination on utilization of and adherence to cessation pharmacotherapy after hospital discharge. Methods Inpatient smokers (n=606) were randomized to receive co...
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Mobile technologies hold promise for improving diet and physical activity, but little attention is given to creating programs that adolescents like and will use. This study developed a personal digital assistant (PDA) program to promote increased intake of fruits and vegetables (FV) in predominately low-income, ethnic minority girls. This study use...
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Rural communities are adversely impacted by increased rates of tobacco use. Rural residents may be exposed to unique communal norms and other factors that influence smoking cessation. This study explored facilitating factors and barriers to cessation and the role of rural health care systems in the smoking-cessation process. Focus groups were condu...
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The authors suggest that the mental health system of the nation could benefit by more fully embracing the idea of mutual-help (i.e., self-help), and this collaboration could be facilitated by the utilization of a well-established clinical theory to elucidate the psychological processes at work within mutual-help organizations. The processes of chan...

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