American Indian Adult Tobacco Survey
The American Indian Adult Tobacco Survey (AI ATS) is a survey that was designed as a surveillance and evaluation tool that can be used by American Indian tribes, tribal organizations, other organizations, and National Tobacco Control Partners to provide tribal-specific information on commercial tobacco use, cessation efforts, exposure to secondhand smoke, workplace policies, tobacco-related knowledge and practices among American Indian adults aged 18 years or older. The documentation below can serve as guidance for American Indian tribes, tribal organizations, and other organizations that want to implement the AI ATS.
American Indian Adult Tobacco Survey Implementation ManualCdc-pdf[PDF–3.3 MB]
The AI ATS manual (last updated 2008) contains methods and strategies that organizations can use to conduct a scientifically rigorous survey. It also includes step-by- step guidance on how to conduct the AI ATS, technical information, resources, and the historical 2008 AI ATS questionnaire.