Acceptability of testing children for tobacco-smoke exposure: a national parent survey.

@article{Winickoff2011AcceptabilityOT,
  title={Acceptability of testing children for tobacco-smoke exposure: a national parent survey.},
  author={Jonathan P. Winickoff and Susanne E. Tanski and Robert Cameron McMillen and Kaile M. Ross and Ellen A. Lipstein and Bethany J Hipple and Joan Friebely and Jonathan D. S. Klein},
  journal={Pediatrics},
  year={2011},
  volume={127 4},
  pages={628-34}
}
BACKGROUND Tests are available to measure children's exposure to tobacco smoke. One potential barrier to testing children for tobacco-smoke exposure is the belief that parents who smoke would not want their child tested. No previous surveys have assessed whether testing children for exposure to tobacco smoke in the context of their child's primary care visit is acceptable to parents. OBJECTIVE To assess whether testing children for tobacco-smoke exposure is acceptable to parents. DESIGN AND… CONTINUE READING