2 edition of Evaluation of a high school quit and win smoking cessation program found in the catalog.
Evaluation of a high school quit and win smoking cessation program
by Community Health Research Unit, University of Ottawa, Dept. of Epidemiology and Community Medicine ; Ottawa-Carleton Health Department in Ottawa
Written in English
|Statement||Bruce Baskerville, Alan Hotte, Geoffrey Dunkley.|
|Series||Monograph series / Community Health Research Unit, Monograph series (University of Ottawa. Community Health Research Unit)|
|Contributions||Hotte, Alan, Dunkley, Geoffrey, University of Ottawa. Community Health Research Unit.|
|LC Classifications||HV5745 .B27 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||i, 43 p. :|
|Number of Pages||43|
Background. Smoking rates are higher among those living at or below poverty and among persons with lower levels of education. We report on a formative research project examining patient perceptions of tobacco cessation strategies among diverse, low socioeconomic, urban smokers cared for in community-based primary care medical offices. in the smoking cessation program by providing data on the effectiveness of the program. Evaluation of the program assisted stakeholders in identifying areas of improvement. Matthews et al., (), evaluated smoking cessation treatments offered as part of healthAuthor: Gideon Eke.
Smoking cessation (also known as quitting smoking or stopping smoking) is the process of discontinuing tobacco smoking. Tobacco smoke contains nicotine, which is addictive and can cause dependence. Nicotine withdrawal often makes the process of quitting difficult.. In the US, about 70% of smokers would like to quit smoking, and 50% report having made an attempt to Craving for tobacco: 3 to 8 weeks. cessation techniques, as well as testimonials about quitting. The second home visit took place about one week later, on day 8 of the of the major tasks of the second visit was to motivate the participant to set a quit pro-motor and participant formulated a speciﬁc plan, identifying different smoking cessation techniques.
In contrast, an outcome evaluation of a smoking cessation program might examine how many of the program’s participants stopped smoking as compared with persons who did not participate. Reduction in morbidity and mortality associated with cardiovascular disease may represent an impact goal for a smoking cessation program (Rossi et al., ). To evaluate the public health efficacy of a community-based smoking cessation program (TABADO) among vocational school trainees (15 to 20 years old). This prospective, controlled, quasi-experimental study was conducted in eight vocational training centres (VTC) in France. The intervention group underwent the TABADO program, which included a general Cited by:
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CONCLUSION: A school-based curriculum for adolescent smoking cessation is more effective than an informational pamphlet alone and reduces cigarette use by adolescents. More research is needed to test the reproducibility, sustainability, and generalizability of this curriculum to offer more smoking cessation options to by: Most of the efforts to reduce teenagers' tobacco addiction have focused on smoking prevention and little on smoking cessation.
A smoking cessation program (TABADO study), associating pharmacologic and cognitive-behavioural strategy, on a particularly vulnerable population (vocational trainees), was developed.
This study aims to evaluate the efficacy of Cited by: 8. Surveillance and Evaluation Data Resources for Comprehensive Tobacco Control Programs This booklet is an at-a-glance compilation of surveillance and evaluation resources for comprehensive tobacco control programs.
It is meant to be used by program managers and evaluators in planning and evaluating tobacco control programs. It's time for physical activity”, that incorporates PA promotion as an additional quitting aid has been developed and pilot tested.
The initial evaluation report 18 showed that 18 patients, from the 40 who completed the program, succeeded to increase their PA level during the program and managed to quit smoking for 1 year after the by: 3. Using social learning theory (SLT) and the stages of change model, the purpose of this project was to evaluate the effectiveness of the Not-On-Tobacco (N-O-T) program, an evidence-based adolescent smoking cessation program, in reducing or preventing the number of cigarettes smoked by high school boarding students and to evaluate how best to Author: Whitney Jaye Erickson.
[Evaluation of a community intervention program ("Quit and Win") for smoking cessation]. [Article in Spanish] Moragues I(1), Nebot M, Muñoz M, Ballestín M, Saltó E.
Author information: (1)Institut Municipal de Salut, Barcelona,by: This pilot study was designed to evaluate the feasibility and the impact of a smoking-cessation program that would meet the specific needs of high school students.
Feedback from focus groups conducted with adolescent smokers at a Connecticut high school was used to develop a tailored intervention.
Intervention components included commonly used behavioral strategies, with Cited by: We conducted a cost-effectiveness analysis and model-based cost–utility and cost–benefit analysis of increased dosage (3 vs.
1 consecutive contests) and enhanced content (supplemental smoking-cessation counseling) of the Quit-and-Win contest using data from a randomized control trial enrolling college students in the US. For the cost–utility and Cited by: 3.
Request PDF | Smoking Cessation for High School Students: Impact Evaluation of a Novel Program | This pilot study was designed to evaluate the feasibility and the impact of a. Introduction. Smoking is a preventable cause of mortality and morbidity. Epidemic of smoking trends is nowadays a public health problem, particularly for respiratory diseases, COPD, 1 asthma 2 and lung cancer.
3 Lung cancer patients who smoke should be strongly encouraged to stop smoking (Recommendations grade B). 4 Eagan et al. suggested a beneficial effect of smoking Cited by: Tobacco Control Self-Assessment & Customized Report Assessment of current stage of readiness for each category Summary data allows grantees to compare their stage of readiness with grantees across the nation Recommendations provided by category with resources Potential multi-year assessment will provide progress over grant years for individual grantees and overallFile Size: 1MB.
BC Smoking Cessation Program Evaluation. For Program NRT registrants who responded to the survey: • 27% quit smoking • 76% smoked less after using the program • 52% remained smoke free for >30 days • 65% strongly agreed/agreed that the program helped (or is helping) them quit smoking.
XECUTIVE. UMMARY. Evaluation of the Quit and Win contest for smoking cessation in the Islamic Republic of Iran The Quit and Win contest is a mass smoking cessation method feasible in.
T1 - Effectiveness of a high school smoking cessation program. AU - Adelman, W. AU - Duggan, A. AU - Hauptman, P. AU - Joffe, A. PY - /4. Y1 - /4. N2 - OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the impact of a school-based smoking cessation program targeting adolescents interested in quitting. DESIGN: Randomized clinical trial over one school by: This paper describes a study protocol designed to evaluate a programme of smoking cessation interventions targeting pregnant women and young people living in urban and rural locations in Northeast Scotland.
The study design was developed on so-called 'realist' evaluation principles, which are concerned with the implementation of interventions as well as Cited by: school status, type of school attended, highest grade completed).
• Ask about tobacco use by family members and friends. • Ask about participants’ previous cessation attempts and concurrent use of other interventions. • Ask participants about. Introduction. The evaluation of social programmes has one crucial purpose—`to measure the effects of a program against the goals it set out to accomplish as a means of contributing to subsequent decision-making about the program and improving future programming' [(Weiss, ) p.
4].However, the actual results of evaluation studies have often Cited by: Intended as a resource for individuals wishing to evaluate smoking cessation programs, this handbook, one in a series of seven, provides a collection of measuring devices that can improve the quality of such evaluations.
Chapter 1 introduces the handbook's contents and outlines evaluation related issues specific to smoking cessation programs.
Introduction: The Northern Alliance HARP smoking cessation program provides support to chronic disease participants who desired to quit smoking.
This is an individualised program with pharmacotherapy and behavioural support, delivered by specialist clinicians. Aims: The aims of this descriptive evaluation were to explore factors that affect abstinence rates, Author: Pam Shields, Robyn Bradley, Marnie Graco, A.
Hutchinson. Program evaluation Youth smoking cessation Introduction Among the more than 47 million smokers in the United States, more than 3 million are youth aged 18 and younger (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ).
Nearly one-ﬁfth of high school seniors in the United States were current smokers inwith more than half of them. Evaluation of Learning-Theory-Based Smoking Cessation Strategies The safety and scientific validity of this study is the responsibility of the study sponsor and investigators.
Listing a study does not mean it has been evaluated by the U.S. Federal Government.For over a century, cigarette smoking has been the source of many health problems in the United States. And while stricter anti-smoking laws and hiked cigarette taxes have helped to mitigate the number of smokers, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates cigarette smoking still leads to more thandeaths per year.
In fact, it’s the number one cause of .Smoking Cessation Handouts Fact Sheet – Your Plan for Success Step One: Prepare for Quit Day • Restrict smoking access or locations • Practice going without one cigarette • Set a specific quit day and time • Start buying cigarettes by the pack, rather than by the carton • Identify and practice coping skills • Enlist supportFile Size: 41KB.