Do total smoking bans affect the recruitment and retention of adolescents in inpatient substance abuse treatment programs? A 5-year medical chart review, 2001-2005.

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Adolescents engaged in substance abuse treatment manifest a rate of cigarette smoking approximately four times higher than that of youth in the general population ( approximately 80% vs. 20%) and a high rate of smoking persistence into adulthood. Although there has been a shift toward the implementation of no-smoking policies in substance abuse treatment… (More)

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@article{Callaghan2007DoTS, title={Do total smoking bans affect the recruitment and retention of adolescents in inpatient substance abuse treatment programs? A 5-year medical chart review, 2001-2005.}, author={Russell C. Callaghan and Joan M Brewster and Joy L. Johnson and Lawren Taylor and Glenn Beach and Tim Lentz}, journal={Journal of substance abuse treatment}, year={2007}, volume={33 3}, pages={279-85} }