Individual, social, and environmental factors associated with support for smoke-free housing policies among subsidized multiunit housing tenants.

@article{Hood2013IndividualSA,
  title={Individual, social, and environmental factors associated with support for smoke-free housing policies among subsidized multiunit housing tenants.},
  author={Nancy E. Hood and Amy K. Ferketich and Elizabeth G. Klein and Mary Ellen Wewers and Phyllis P Pirie},
  journal={Nicotine & tobacco research : official journal of the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco},
  year={2013},
  volume={15 6},
  pages={1075-83}
}
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 be based on a strong understanding of factors affecting support for smoke-free policies in the target population to maximize effectiveness. METHODS A face-to-face survey was conducted from August to October 2011 using a stratified random sample of private subsidized housing units in Columbus, OH… CONTINUE READING
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