which operates in association with Boston University, has helped tens
of thousands quit smoking through it's unique online community of smokers
and ex-smokers. Since 1995 QuitNet has applied proven scientific methods
to the Web to deliver personalized quitting plans, intensive social support,
expert advice and pharmaceutical product support to tobacco users.
** Nurses QuitNet July 1, 2007 service change notice:
As of July 1, 2007, you will still be able to become a QuitNet member and use most QuitNet services at no cost by visiting http://www.quitnet.com . Current Nurses QuitNet members will not have their membership or services disrupted. If you have any questions about the Nurses QuitNet service change, please contact Dr. Marjorie Wells, project director, at email@example.com or Dr. Linda Sarna, principal investigator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Even if you do not smoke, QuitNet is a valuable resource for you to know
about--so spread the word! If you know nurses who smoke, refer them to
this page for their free membership. And keep in mind--www.QuitNet.com
is open to all smokers and offers most of the same benefits as Nurses
QuitNet, making it a valuable treatment resource for your patients.
Developed by USDHHS' Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality in
collaboration with Tobacco Free Nurses, this guide helps nurses encourage patients
to quit smoking. Read more or download
the guide as a PDF.