Bundy LT, Haardörfer R, Kegler MC, Owolabi S, Berg CJ, Escoffery C, Thompson T, Mullen PD, Williams R, Hovell M, Kahl T, Harvey D, Price A, House D, Booker BW, Kreuter MW. (2018). Disseminating a Smoke Free Homes program to low SES households in the US through 2-1-1: Results of a national impact evaluation. Nicotine & Tobacco Research. 2018 Dec 5. doi: 10.1093/ntr/nty256.
NPM: 14-2: Smoking in the Household
Intervention Components (click on component to see a list of all articles that use that intervention): PATIENT/CONSUMER, Telephone Support, COMMUNITY, Community Health Services Policy, Distribution of Promotional Items (Classroom/School), Distribution of Promotional Items (Community), Educational Material
Intervention Description: The intervention consists of three mailings and one brief coaching call delivered by 2-1-1 staff over 6 weeks. Emphasizes establishing a smoke-free home rather than smoking cessation.
Conclusion: Among those reached for 2-month follow-up, the proportion who reported establishing a smoke-free home was comparable to or higher than smoke-free home rates in the prior controlled research studies.
Study Design: RCTs; 1st was efficacy trial, 2nd was effectiveness trial, 3rd was a generalizability trial, [4th-5th not described in article]
Setting: Telephone counseling for an educational intervention
Target Audience: 5 2-1-1 centers chosen via competitive applications for a national grants program
Data Source: Participant reports; Tracking Tool for programs to record process of project
Sample Size: 2345 households at five 2-1-1 organizations
Age Range: Not specified