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The relationship between school policies and youth tobacco use.

Abstract The school setting is frequently used both to educate youth about risks involved in tobacco use and to implement tobacco prevention and cessation programs. Given that school-based programs have resulted in limited success, it is necessary to identify other setting-level intervention strategies. School tobacco policies represent a type of universal intervention that might have some promise for preventing or reducing tobacco use.
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Journal Title the journal of school health
Publication Year Start
%A Adams, Monica L.; Jason, Leonard A.; Pokorny, Steven; Hunt, Yvonne
%T The relationship between school policies and youth tobacco use.
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%D 01/2009
%V 79
%N 1
%M eng
%B The school setting is frequently used both to educate youth about risks involved in tobacco use and to implement tobacco prevention and cessation programs. Given that school-based programs have resulted in limited success, it is necessary to identify other setting-level intervention strategies. School tobacco policies represent a type of universal intervention that might have some promise for preventing or reducing tobacco use.
%K Adolescent, Adolescent Behavior, Female, Health Education, Humans, Illinois, Linear Models, Male, Organizational Policy, School Health Services, Schools, Smoking, Smoking Cessation
%P 17
%L 23; quiz 41-3
%Y 10.1111/j.1746-1561.2008.00369.x
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AB The school setting is frequently used both to educate youth about risks involved in tobacco use and to implement tobacco prevention and cessation programs. Given that school-based programs have resulted in limited success, it is necessary to identify other setting-level intervention strategies. School tobacco policies represent a type of universal intervention that might have some promise for preventing or reducing tobacco use.
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AB  - BACKGROUND: The school setting is frequently used both to educate youth about
      risks involved in tobacco use and to implement tobacco prevention and cessation
      programs. Given that school-based programs have resulted in limited success, it
      is necessary to identify other setting-level intervention strategies. School
      tobacco policies represent a type of universal intervention that might have some 
      promise for preventing or reducing tobacco use. METHODS: Hierarchical linear
      modeling was used to assess whether school tobacco policies were related to
      observations of tobacco use and current smoking among 16,561 seventh through
      twelfth graders attending 40 middle and high schools in Illinois. RESULTS:
      Results indicated that the enforcement of school tobacco policies, but not the
      comprehensiveness of those policies, was associated with fewer observations of
      tobacco use by minors on school grounds as well as lower rates of current smoking
      among students. CONCLUSIONS: The school setting is a key system to impact youth
      tobacco use. Findings underscore the need to train school personnel to enforce
      school tobacco policy.
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