Family-based programmes for preventing smoking by children and adolescents: Evidence and implications for public health
Baker, P.R.A., Thomas, R.E., Thomas, B.C., Lorenzetti, D.L., Sully, E.P, & Dobbins, M. (2015) Family-based programmes for preventing smoking by children and adolescents: Evidence and implications for public health. Health Evidence, 2015(June).
P -General population, nonsmoking children (aged 5 to 12) and adolescents (aged 13 to 18) with their parents
I -Interventions with children and family members intended to deter tobacco use. Any components to change parenting behaviour, parental or sibling smoking behaviour, or family communication and interaction.
C -Usual practice, or a program of no family intervention
O -Smoking status of children who reported no use of tobacco at baseline.
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