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Introduction: Widespread public health initiatives have led to falling smoking rates. Currently, 1,620 U.S. colleges have adopted smoke-free policies. In August 2015, the University of Vermont (UVM) adopted a tobacco-free policy that bans all forms of tobacco use on university property. The purpose of this study was to compare tobacco use and attitudes before and after policy implementation.
Jan Carney, MD, MPH, University of Vermont College of Medicine
Tom Delaney, PhD, University of Vermont College of Medicine
Burt Wilcke, PhD, University of Vermont College of Nursing and Health Sciences
Tobacco-Free UVM Steering Committee
Tobacco Use, Environmental Health, Heart Disease and Stroke, Cancer, Respiratory Diseases, Access to Health Services, Health Communication and Health Information Technology
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Cahill, Christina; Carson, Elizabeth; Day, Eric; Rafferty, Melissa; Reddy, Saraga; Sassi, Anthony; Schmidt, Eric; Delaney, Tom; Wilcke, Burton; and Carney, Jan K., "UVM Tobacco Use and Attitudes After Implementation of a Tobacco-Free Policy" (2016). Public Health Projects, 2008-present. 234.