Association between being employed in a smoke-free workplace and living in a smoke-free home: Evidence from 15 low and middle income countries☆

@inproceedings{Nazar2014AssociationBB,
  title={Association between being employed in a smoke-free workplace and living in a smoke-free home: Evidence from 15 low and middle income countries☆},
  author={Gaurang P Nazar and John Tayu Lee and Stanton A. Glantz and Monika Arora and Neil Pearce and Christopher J. Millett},
  booktitle={Preventive medicine},
  year={2014}
}
OBJECTIVE To assess whether being employed in a smoke-free workplace is associated with living in a smoke-free home in 15 low and middle income countries (LMICs). METHODS Country-specific individual level analyses of cross-sectional Global Adult Tobacco Survey data (2008-2011) from 15 LMICs was conducted using multiple logistic regression. The dependent variable was living in a smoke-free home; the independent variable was being employed in a smoke-free workplace. Analyses were adjusted for… CONTINUE READING

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