Combating Teen Smoking: Research and Policy StrategiesBMJ 2001; 323 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.323.7317.873 (Published 13 October 2001) Cite this as: BMJ 2001;323:873
- Anne Charlton (Anne.Charlton@man.ac.uk), emeritus professor of cancer health education
- University of Manchester
Peter D Jacobson, Paula M Lantz, Kenneth E Warner, Jeffrey Wasserman, Harold A Pollack, Alexis K Ahlstrom
University of Michigan Press, £14, pp 299 ISBN 0 472 06771 0
Long gone are the days when it was naively believed that a school lesson about the health risks of tobacco would prevent children from becoming smokers. A comprehensive approach is now needed. This book shows how to implement a strategy, as well as reviewing research evidence on the effectiveness, or otherwise, of various approaches.
While this is not the first book on the subject, …
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