The Clinical Effort Against Secondhand Smoke Exposure is based on extensive research in family tobacco control and the child healthcare setting. These articles provide detailed information on family tobacco control, medications, secondhand smoke exposure reduction, and thirdhand smoke, the residual tobacco smoke contamination that remains after the cigarette is extinguished.
Addressing family smoking in child healthcare settings.
Beliefs About the Health Effects of "Thirdhand" Smoke and Home Smoking Bans.
Clinical Effort Against Secondhand Smoke Exposure (CEASE): Development of Framework and Intervention.
Child Health Care Clinicians' Use of Medications to Help Parents Quit Smoking:
A National Parent Survey.
State-of-the-Art Interventions for Office-Based Parental Tobacco Control.
Addressing Parental Smoking in Pediatrics and Family Practice: A National Survey of Parents.
A Smoking Cessation Intervention for Parents of Children Who Are Hospitalized for Respiratory Illness: The Stop Tobacco Outreach Program.
Intervention With Parental Smokers in an Outpatient Pediatric Clinic Using Counseling and Nicotine Replacement.
Tobacco Promotion and the Initiation of Tobacco Use: Assessing the Evidence for Causality.
Tobacco-Smoke Exposure in Children Who Live in Multiunit Housing.
School Absenteeism Among Children Living With Smokers
Last updated on September 21, 2011 by Bethany Hipple, MPH