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Survey of Community Engagement in NIH‐Funded Research
Community engagement is an innovative and required component for Clinical and Translational Science Awards (CTSAs) funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH). However, the extent of communityExpand
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Risk factors for smoking in rural women.
BACKGROUND This study examined the association between social, demographic, and psychologic factors and smoking status among Appalachian Ohio women. A secondary aim examined whether specific factorsExpand
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Clinical faxed referrals to a tobacco quitline: reach, enrollment, and participant characteristics.
BACKGROUND Faxed referrals from healthcare providers may provide a sustainable, low-cost mechanism for enrolling tobacco users in statewide quitlines, but few studies have evaluated implementation inExpand
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Associations between self-reported in-home smoking behaviours and surface nicotine concentrations in multiunit subsidised housing
Introduction Smoke-free policies are being increasingly promoted and adopted in subsidised multiunit housing to address disparities in residential secondhand smoke exposure. In order to inform theExpand
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Community characteristics associated with smokefree park policies in the United States.
INTRODUCTION Outdoor smokefree (SF) policies have the potential to decrease secondhand smoke exposure and denormalize smoking. In order to inform dissemination and evaluation of this emergent tobaccoExpand
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Physical activity breaks and facilities in US secondary schools.
BACKGROUND Research on physical activity breaks and facilities (indoor and outdoor) in secondary schools is relatively limited. METHODS School administrators and students in nationallyExpand
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Individual, social, and environmental factors associated with support for smoke-free housing policies among subsidized multiunit housing tenants.
INTRODUCTION Mandatory smoke-free policies in subsidized, multiunit housing (MUH) may decrease secondhand smoke exposure in households with the highest rates of exposure. Ideally, policies should beExpand
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Profits, commercial food supplier involvement, and school vending machine snack food availability: implications for implementing the new competitive foods rule.
BACKGROUND The 2013-2014 school year involved preparation for implementing the new US Department of Agriculture (USDA) competitive foods nutrition standards. An awareness of associations betweenExpand
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Smoking Behaviors and Cessation Interests Among Multiunit Subsidized Housing Tenants, Columbus, Ohio, 2011
Introduction Cessation services have been recommended to complement smoke-free policies in subsidized multiunit housing, but little is known about smoking- and cessation-related characteristics amongExpand
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Enabling distributed electronic research data collection for a rural Appalachian tobacco cessation study
Tobacco use is increasingly prevalent among vulnerable populations, such as people living in rural Appalachian communities. Owing to limited access to a reliable internet service in such settings,Expand
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