Literature Review for Young Adult Cessation/Protection Interventions

 
This literature review was commissioned to extract lessons on young adult smoking behaviour from scientific and grey literature to assist in the development of cessation, prevention and protection interventions by the LEARN (Learning through Evidence, Action and Reflection Networks) project. The focus of this review and synthesis was to identify theories of becoming a regular user and addiction in young adults; differences between those aged 19-24 and those aged 25-30; differences between those who attend post-secondary school vs. those who enter the work force; and smoking interventions for young adults being trained, or working in the trades.

Date of Resource:2009/02/01
Target Audience:Health Professionals
Topic:Cessation, Prevention


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Literature Review for Young Adult Cessation/Protection Interventions
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