Smoking cessation among gender minority populations, cis-women, and cis-men
Little is known about smoking cessation among gender minority populations compared to cis-gender individuals (whose gender matches their sex assigned at birth). Researchers examined differences between smokers from gender minority populations, cis-women, and cis-men in heaviness of smoking, quit intentions, use of cessation assistance, quit attempts (ever tried and number), and triggers for thinking about quitting. The findings were recently published in Nicotine & Tobacco Research.
Smoking cessation among gender minority populations, cis-women, and cis-men: Findings from the International Tobacco Control (ITC) Netherlands Survey.
Gera E Nagelhout, PhD, Nikita L Poole, MSc, Cloé Geboers, MSc, Tessa Magnée, PhD, Anne Marije Kaag, PhD, Floor A van den Brand, PhD, Bas van den Putte, PhD, Hein de Vries, PhD, Geoffrey T Fong, PhD, Marc C Willemsen, PhD.
Nicotine & Tobacco Research, ntac283, https://doi.org/10.1093/ntr/ntac283.