Smoking Cessation Among Neglected Populations: Employed and Unemployed Young Adults (18-24 yrs)

 
This report is for practitioners who want to learn more about helping young adults quit smoking. It is a knowledge synthesis report from the Canadian Tobacco Control Research Initiative that reviewed and synthesized the evidence regarding effective strategies for smoking cessation with young adults aged 18-24 years who are employed or unemployed. It illustrates the value of using three different and complementary approaches (literature review, expert opinion, target population opinion), in an area of high importance, but with limited empirical studies to date. The findings will help set the agenda for targeting research, improving practice and informing policy for smoking cessation among young adult smokers. Click here to link directly to the CTCRI website.

Date of Resource:2006/04/30
Target Audience:Health Professionals, Special Populations, Young Adults (18 to 24 yrs.), Youth (12 to 17 yrs.)
Topic:Cessation


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