Five hundred male clients attending seven smoking cessation clinics in the Riyadh region of Saudi Arabia were asked to complete a questionnaire on their assessment of the effectiveness of the Tobacco Control Program in Saudi Arabia. The health professionals in the clinics were handed a similar questionnaire. In addition, the data was supplemented by interviews with ten clients and ten health professionals. The subject is the doctoral thesis of the author, set in the context of the continuing increase in tobacco use in Saudi Arabia. The research aims and design are set out in the article. The findings will be reported following analysis of the data collected.
|Keywords:||Smoking Prevalence, Cessation, Tobacco Control, Saudi Arabia|
PhD Student, University of Huddersfield, Manchester, Manchester, UK
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