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No smoking here: examining reasons for noncompliance with a smoke-free policy in a large university.
INTRODUCTION A large Australian university introduced a campuswide smoke-free policy in 2012. Almost 1 year after implementation, reasons for noncompliance among people observed smoking on campusExpand
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“Moving forward: a cross sectional baseline study of staff and student attitudes towards a totally smoke free university campus”
BackgroundBaseline data were collected to inform the adoption, implementation and institutionalisation phases of a completely smoke free campus policy at a large Western Australian university with aExpand
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Consequences of Low Risk and Hazardous Alcohol Consumption among University Students in Australia and Implications for Health Promotion Interventions
Background: Hazardous alcohol consumption and associated harms are high among young uni- versity students. The university environment is conducive to excessive alcohol consumption with studiesExpand
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A cross sectional evaluation of an alcohol intervention targeting young university students
BackgroundHazardous drinking has been found to be higher among young university students compared to their non-university peers. Although young university students are exposed to new and excitingExpand
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Communicating with the community about health
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Recreational Drowning Prevention Interventions for Adults, 1990–2012: A Review
AbstractDrowning is a frequently occurring and preventable public health issue. Internationally, drowning literature has focussed on children under 5 years, however, evidence based interventions toExpand
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A cross sectional evaluation of a total smoking ban at a large Australian university
BackgroundTotal smoking bans have been found to contribute positively to the health of non-smokers by reducing exposure to second-hand smoke, and to enhance the likelihood of cessation amongExpand
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Development of a Systematic Review of Public Health Interventions to Prevent Children Drowning
Drowning is the leading cause of death from unintended injury in children globally. Drowning is preventable, and mechanisms exist which can reduce its impact, however the peer-reviewed lite- ratureExpand
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Promoting healthy computer use among middle school students: a pilot school-based health promotion program.
BACKGROUND Introduction of notebook computers in many schools has become integral to learning. This has increased students' screen-based exposure and the potential risks to physical and visualExpand
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Influences of club connectedness among young adults in Western Australian community-based sports clubs
Background Along with physical benefits, community-based sport provides opportunities to enhance connectedness, an important protective factor of social and emotional health. However, youngExpand
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