A randomized trial of computer-delivered brief intervention and low-intensity contingency management for smoking during pregnancy


Ondersma, S.J., Svikis, D.S., Lam, P.K., Connors-Burge, V.S., Ledgerwood, D.M., Hopper, J.A.  (2012). Nicotine & Tobacco Research.  14(3):  351-360.

A computer-delivered 5As-based (Ask, Advise, Assess, Assist, Arrange) brief intervention increased abstinence during pregnancy, while low-intensity contingency management did not affect smoking.  Findings of this pilot indicate that further fully powered trials of this approach may be merited.