The Adult JUUL Switching and Smoking Trajectories (ADJUSST) Study: Methods and Analysis of Loss-to-Follow-up
Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: 1: Senior Scientific Advisor, Behavioral Science, Study Design, and Analysis, PinneyAssociates Inc, Pittsburgh, PA, United States 2: Director, Data Management and Statistical Analysis, PinneyAssociates Inc, Pittsburgh, PA, United States 3: Senior Director, Behavioral Affairs, Juul Labs Inc, Washington, DC, United States 4: Behavioral Scientist, Juul Labs Inc, Washington, DC, United States 5: Director of Research, Centre for Substance Use Research, Glasgow, United Kingdom 6: Director, Centre for Substance Use Research, Glasgow, United Kingdom 7: Deputy Director, Centre for Substance Use Research, Glasgow, United Kingdom
Publication date: May 1, 2021
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