“Moving forward: a cross sectional baseline study of staff and student attitudes towards a totally smoke free university campus”

@article{Burns2013MovingFA,
  title={“Moving forward: a cross sectional baseline study of staff and student attitudes towards a totally smoke free university campus”},
  author={S. Burns and J. Jancey and Nicole Bowser and J. Comfort and G. Crawford and J. Hallett and Bree Shields and Linda Portsmouth},
  journal={BMC Public Health},
  year={2013},
  volume={13},
  pages={738 - 738}
}
  • S. Burns, J. Jancey, +5 authors Linda Portsmouth
  • Published 2013
  • Medicine
  • BMC Public Health
  • 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 a diverse student and staff community.MethodsAn online survey was randomly emailed to staff and students to measure the attitudes towards and the acceptability and enforcement of the policy prior to implementation. In total, 969 respondents completed the survey.ResultsGeneral attitudes towards smoking… CONTINUE READING
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