1 edition of Tobacco use in California, 1990-1991 found in the catalog.
Tobacco use in California, 1990-1991
|Statement||University of California, San Diego ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Pierce, John, Burns, David M., University of California, San Diego., California. Dept. of Health Services.|
|LC Classifications||HV5767.C2 T62 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 147, 1A-133A p. :|
|Number of Pages||147|
|LC Control Number||2005364752|
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Get this from a library. Tobacco use in California, [John Pierce; David M Burns; University of California, San Tobacco use in California California. Department of Health Services.;]. 1990-1991 book OBJECTIVE To examine the rate of agreement between proxy and self report of smoking status in Hispanics compared with other ethnic groups.
DESIGN Data source is the California Tobacco Survey (CTS) which includes proxy and self reported smoking status. The CTS is a random digit dialled survey conducted in 57 households. A sample of 10 Cited by: Burns, D. & Pierce, J.P., Tobacco Use in CaliforniaSacramento: California Department of Health Services →ISBN, page 88 Of those current smokers who had seen a physician within the last year, % of the males and % of the females reported never having been advised to stop smoking by their physician.
Media-based efforts to promote non-use of tobacco products have become an increasingly prominent feature of the tobacco control landscape over the past decade, with aggressive and well-funded efforts having taken place under the auspices of the American Legacy Foundation as well as in California, Massachusetts, and Florida, among other states.
This is a telephone survey of California residents that collects information about tobacco use behaviour and tobacco-related beliefs, attitudes and knowledge 39 The CTS Adult File (ages 18+), Youth File (ages 12–17) and the child sample (ages 0–11) from the Screener file were used to construct a cohort of all California male Cited by: The concept of adolescent “invulnerability” remains pervasive in both scientific and lay circles, is used to explain adolescents’ decisions to engage in potentially harmful behavior, and is incorporated into many tobacco-related prevention and intervention programs (Weinstein ; Weisenberg et al.
; see also Reyna and Farley ). Pierce J, Goodman J, Gilpin E, Berry C:Technical Report on Analytic Methods and Approaches Used in the Tobacco Use in California, – Report.
Book 1. San Diego, CA: University of California, Google ScholarCited by: Between andthe rates of decline in per capita cigarette consumption and mortality from heart disease in California, relative to the rest of the United States, were significantly.
Addressing Tobacco-Associated Health Disparities through Behavioral Science. Monica Webb’s research includes theoretical, behavioral, experimental, and applied investigations of tobacco use, cessation, and relapse prevention.
Burns, D. & Pierce, J. Tobacco Use in California, Sacramento, CA: Department of Health Services. Tobacco Use in California David Burns Presents data from a survey of cigarette smoking behaviors and attitudes among Californians. The data for this analysis come from the and California Tobacco Surveys, 21, 22 These surveys are part of a series of random-digit-dialed population surveys that are conducted periodically to evaluate the California Tobacco Control Programs There w households contacted in contacted in In both Cited by: Evidence synthesis.
Tobacco industry research identified characteristics of social smokers that include: (1) denial of personal nicotine addiction; (2) self-categorization as a nonsmoker; (3) propensity for decreased tobacco use in response to smoke-free laws; (4) variations in age, education, ethnicity, and socioeconomic backgrounds; and (5) a perceived immunity to Cited by: Health Framework for California Public Schools, adopted by the State.
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Physicial advice to quit smoking: Results from the California Tobacco Survey. Selected tobacco-use behaviors and dietary patterns among high school students—Unites States, Tobacco Use in California: –Sacramento, CA:Cited by: Health disparities.
Asian Americans are a heterogeneous group. The racial class is composed of many different ethnicities and cultures. In addition to country of origin, individuals can differ in socioeconomic status, education level, immigration status, level of acculturation, and English proficiency.
In general, ethnic groups have their own health disparities. Adult (> or =18 years) smoking prevalence data were obtained from the National Health Interview Surveys (), the California Tobacco Surveys (. Quitting smoking is the single most important preventive health behavior a woman can perform to significantly reduce her chances of morbidity and premature mortality.
Minority women are an extremely important population to target for smoking cessation intervention. Rates and risk factors for cardiovascular diseases and cancer are markedly higher among women of Cited by: Global Tobacco Control: Power, Policy, Governance and Transfer - Kindle edition by Cairney, P., Studlar, D., Mamudu, H.
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Massachusetts Tobacco Control Program. Advertising is a way to speak to your audience. It’s a communication.The level of political activity by the tobacco industry in California probably reflects the importance of California's tobacco control program.
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