Ann McNeill mostly deals with Smoking cessation, Environmental health, Tobacco control, Nicotine and Public health. Her research on Smoking cessation focuses in particular on Nicotine replacement therapy. Her study in Environmental health is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both MEDLINE, Cross-sectional study, Young adult, Health promotion and Harm reduction.
Her work in Tobacco control addresses subjects such as Health knowledge, which are connected to disciplines such as Tobacco industry. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Cigarette smoking, Longitudinal study, Surgery and Cohort. Her studies in Public health integrate themes in fields like Legislation, Advertising and Packaging and labeling.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Smoking cessation, Environmental health, Tobacco control, Nicotine and Psychiatry. Her work focuses on many connections between Smoking cessation and other disciplines, such as Psychological intervention, that overlap with her field of interest in Intervention. Her Environmental health research includes elements of Tobacco industry, Cross-sectional study, Health promotion, Harm reduction and Tobacco harm reduction.
In her study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Tobacco control, Odds is strongly linked to Odds ratio. Her research in Nicotine intersects with topics in Logistic regression, Smoke, Cohort and Confidence interval. The Nicotine replacement therapy study combines topics in areas such as Medical prescription and Varenicline.
Ann McNeill mainly focuses on Smoking cessation, Tobacco control, Environmental health, Nicotine and Logistic regression. Her research integrates issues of Psychological intervention, Mental health and Abstinence in her study of Smoking cessation. Her Mental health research includes themes of Health care and Anxiety.
As part of one scientific family, Ann McNeill deals mainly with the area of Tobacco control, narrowing it down to issues related to the Odds ratio, and often Confidence interval. Her Environmental health research integrates issues from Harm reduction, Harm, Nicotine concentration and Menthol. Within one scientific family, Ann McNeill focuses on topics pertaining to Substance abuse under Nicotine, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Cross-sectional study.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Tobacco control, Nicotine, Smoking cessation, Environmental health and Logistic regression. Her Tobacco control study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Purchasing, Generalized estimating equation and Cohort. Her study in the field of Nicotine replacement therapy also crosses realms of Device type.
Her Smoking cessation research incorporates elements of Odds ratio, Psychiatry, Harm reduction, Clinical psychology and Self-efficacy. Her Environmental health study incorporates themes from Electronic cigarette, Systematic review, Harm, Nicotine concentration and Appeal. The various areas that she examines in her Logistic regression study include Point of sale, Multivariate analysis, Mass media, Smoking prevalence and Smoking status.
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Acquisition of phosphorus and nitrogen in the rhizosphere and plant growth promotion by microorganisms
Alan E. Richardson;José-Miguel Barea;Ann M. McNeill;Claire Prigent-Combaret;Claire Prigent-Combaret.
Plant and Soil (2009)
Smoking cessation guidelines for health professionals: an update
Robert West;Ann McNeill;Martin Raw.
Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems: International Tobacco Control Four-Country Survey
Sarah E. Adkison;Richard J. O'Connor;Maansi Bansal-Travers;Andrew Hyland.
American Journal of Preventive Medicine (2013)
Change in mental health after smoking cessation: systematic review and meta-analysis
Gemma Taylor;Gemma Taylor;Ann McNeill;Ann McNeill;Alan J Girling;Amanda Farley;Amanda Farley.
Effectiveness of cigarette warning labels in informing smokers about the risks of smoking: findings from the International Tobacco Control (ITC) Four Country Survey
D Hammond;G T Fong;A McNeill;R Borland.
Tobacco Control (2006)
Initial symptoms of nicotine dependence in adolescents
Joseph R. DiFranza;Nancy A. Rigotti;Ann D. McNeill;Judith K. Ockene.
Tobacco Control (2000)
Smoking cessation guidelines for health professionals - A guide to effective smoking cessation interventions for the health care system
Martin Raw;Ann McNEILL;Robert West.
Reductions in tobacco smoke pollution and increases in support for smoke-free public places following the implementation of comprehensive smoke-free workplace legislation in the Republic of Ireland: findings from the ITC Ireland/UK Survey
G T Fong;A Hyland;R Borland;D Hammond.
Tobacco Control (2006)
Development of symptoms of tobacco dependence in youths: 30 month follow up data from the DANDY study
Joseph R. DiFranza;Judith A. Savageau;Nancy A. Rigotti;Kenneth E. Fletcher.
Tobacco Control (2002)
Individual-level predictors of cessation behaviours among participants in the International Tobacco Control (ITC) Four Country Survey.
A Hyland;R Borland;Q Li;HH Yong.
Tobacco Control (2006)
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