This study examines the outcomes of smoking cessation interventions undertaken with individuals in substance treatment or recovery. Visit the Clinic Website.
This research project identifies and evaluates the feasibility of supporting the TR efforts of specific sub-populations of people with HIV who smoke. View the Article.
This digital photo social media research project for young adults ages 19-24 aimed to share experiences with smoking and quitting. Check it out on Facebook.
Smoke-free Men is focused on developing web-based, men-friendly resources in collaboration with QuitNow that will improve access to TRC programs for men and thus reduce the numbers of men who smoke. View Website.
Families Controlling and Eliminating Tobacco is committed to finding original ways to support young families in their efforts to become smoke-free. FACET programs include Dads in Gear and Smoke-free Men. Visit the FACET site.
This program is dedicated to developing health messages that address tobacco exposure among adolescents as a modifiable risk factor for breast cancer. Visit the START Page.
This study explores the influence of gender relations on smoking behaviour – in other words, the way that men and women’s interactions influence their smoking patterns. View the Article.
Dads in Gear is a unique program for expectant and new dads who want to reduce and quit smoking. The website and the face to face program include discussions and activities on fathering, healthy living and reducing and quitting smoking. Visit the Dads in Gear Site.
Attending to Relationships And Gender focuses on developing a gender-specific motivational tobacco reduction intervention for smoking relatives of lung cancer patients.
This project aims to reduce gender and health inequities by advancing effective health promotion for women. Visit the Coalescing on Women and Substance Use Website.
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