Reviews of evidence regarding interventions to reduce tobacco use and exposure to environmental tobacco smoke

  • Hopkins D
  • Harris J
  • Woollery T
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Abstract

This report presents the results of systematic reviews of effectiveness, applicability, other effects, economic evaluations, and barriers to use of selected population-based interventions intended to reduce tobacco use and exposure to environmental tobacco smoke. The related systematic reviews are linked by a common conceptual approach. These reviews form the basis of recommendations by the Task Force on Community Preventive Services (TFCPS) regarding the use of these selected interventions. The TFCPS recommendations are presented on page 67 of this supplement.

Author-supplied keywords

  • CESSATION
  • COMMUNITY
  • Community Health Services - organization & adminis
  • ENVIRONMENTAL TOBACCO SMOKE
  • EVIDENCE -- BASED MEDICINE
  • GUIDELINES
  • LITERATURE REVIEWS
  • META -- ANALYSIS
  • POLICY
  • PREVENTION
  • Preventive Health Services - organization & admini
  • SERVICES
  • SMOKING
  • Tobacco Smoke Pollution - adverse effects
  • Tobacco Smoke Pollution - prevention & control

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Authors

  • D P Hopkins

  • J R Harris

  • T A Woollery

  • K W Harris

  • P A Briss

  • C J Ricard

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