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Table. 1.

Table. 1.

Contents of the motivational smoking cessation program

Session Purpose Contents Activities
1 Orientation • Program and participant introduction
• Sharing one’s motivation to participate
• Set group rules
• Introduction to change stages
• Writing a pledge for program attendance
• Education on the stage of change
• How to write a smoking cessation diary
• Pretest survey
• Providing assignments
2 Motivation to quit smoking • Education on the harmful effects of smoking
• Exploring values ​​and recognizing discrepancies between values ​​and behaviors
• Education on smoking and nicotine dependence using powerpoint and video materials
• Quiz ‘Smoking facts’
• Sharing my life values
• Check smoking diary and assign tasks
3 Enhancing motivation for smoking cessation • Identify the withdrawal symptoms and know how to deal with them
• Identify the advantages and disadvantages of smoking and quitting smoking
• Comparison of the benefits and losses of smoking and quitting smoking
• Education on identifying withdrawal symptoms using powerpoint
• Discussion on the pros and cons of smoking
• Check smoking diary and assign tasks
4 Building self-efficacy for smoking cessation • Check withdrawal symptoms and coping strategy
• Understand smoking and mental illness
• Stress management
• Refuse the temptation to smoke
• Check stress level
• Education on smoking and mental illness using powerpoint
• Practice alternative methods to smoking, such as stretching, listening to music
• Role play
• Check smoking diary and assign tasks
5 Strengthening self-efficacy for smoking cessation • Identify self-efficacy about smoking cessation
• Identify the changes associated with quitting smoking
• Overcome barriers to quitting smoking
• Discussion on barriers to quitting smoking
• Watch video (success story of quitting smoking)
• Check smoking diary and assign tasks
6 Promising smoking cessation • Reward for successful participation in the program
• Encouragement and support among participants
• Make a new plan for quitting smoking
• Sharing one’s impressions of participating in the program
• Check smoking diary
• Posttest survey
Stress 2021;29:242-9 https://doi.org/10.17547/kjsr.2021.29.4.242
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