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Youth Tobacco Cessation: A Guide for Making Informed Decisions

Youth Tobacco Cessation A Guide for Making Informed Decisions
Youth Tobacco Cessation
A Guide for Making
Informed Decisions
Available from the Publications Catalog.

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This document is intended to help organizations decide whether to undertake youth tobacco-use cessation as a specific tobacco control activity. The publication covers topics such as the quality of the evidence base for youth intervention, the importance of conducting a needs assessment for the population your organization serves, and the need to evaluate your chosen intervention.

 
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