Who Wants to Quit? Characteristics of American Indian Youth Who Seek Smoking Cessation Intervention

@article{Horn2008WhoWT,
  title={Who Wants to Quit? Characteristics of American Indian Youth Who Seek Smoking Cessation Intervention},
  author={Kimberly Horn and N. Noerachmanto and Geri A Dino and Karen Manzo and Missy Brayboy},
  journal={Journal of Community Health},
  year={2008},
  volume={34},
  pages={153-163}
}
No group is more at-risk for tobacco-related health disparities than are American Indian youth. Little is known about their readiness to quit smoking and the extent to which cessation programs may require cultural tailoring related to recruitment, implementation, or content. This study identifies unique characteristics of American Indian teen smokers who enrolled in a school-based smoking cessation program, Not On Tobacco (called N-O-T). Using data from N-O-T intervention trials conducted in… CONTINUE READING

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