Socio-economic status and smoking in Canada, 1999-2006: Has there been any progress on disparities in Tobacco use?

  • Reid J
  • Hammond D
  • Driezen P
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Abstract

Comprehensive tobacco control policies implemented in Canada have succeeded in lowering overall smoking prevalence; however, the extent to which they have impacted socio-economic disparities in tobacco use is not known. This study examined smoking rates and related measures across socio-economic groups over a 7-year period in Canada.

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  • Canada
  • Smoking
  • Socioeconomic status
  • Tobacco

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Authors

  • Jessica L. Reid

  • David Hammond

  • Pete Driezen

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