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smoking behaviour of Canadians, 1986

W. J. Millar

smoking behaviour of Canadians, 1986

by W. J. Millar

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Published by Health Promotion Directorate, Health and Welfare Canada in [Ottawa] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Smoking -- Canada -- Statistics.,
  • Cigarette habit -- Canada -- Statistics.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 15-16.

    Statement[by W.J. Millar].
    ContributionsCanada. Health Promotion Directorate.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 67 p. :
    Number of Pages67
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14654521M
    ISBN 100662165179

    Smoking Canada Nicotine The current study examined prevalence and correlates of electronic cigarette (e-cigarette) use in the Canadian population, using data from the nationally representative Canadian Tobacco, Alcohol and Drugs Survey (n = 14,). Sociodemographic correlates of e-cigarette use (ever, and in the past 30 days) were examined. The conference and this book that grew out of the conference are signs of the Zeitgeist; they are part of a new attempt to integrate diverse systems of psychotherapy (Prochaska, ). J. O. (). Self-change and therapy change of smoking behavior: A comparison of processes of change of cessation and maintenance. Addictive Behaviors Cited by:

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Get this from a library. The smoking behaviour of Canadians, [W J Millar; Canada. Health Promotion Directorate.]. Genre/Form: Statistics: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Jossa, Dianna. Smoking behaviour of Canadians, [Ottawa]: Health and Welfare Canada, © Get this from a library.

Smoking behaviour of Canadians, [W J Millar]. Smoking behaviour of Canadians: a National Alcohol and Other Drugs Survey report, [Marc Eliany; Jean-René Courtemanche; Canada. Health and Welfare Canada.]. "The Canadians" is the result.

This is more travelogue than history. Malcolm spent four years rattling around Canada trying to get a feel for the country. The scope of the book is impressive. Malcolm examines geography, people, and economics to show his readers where Canadians have been, and where they are going.4/5(3).

the smoking behaviour of canadians PREFACE This report is the second in a series concerning the results of the National Alcohol and Other Drugs Survey. *Includes daily and non-daily smokers. Data Sources: A Critical Review of Canadian Survey Data on Tobacco Use, Attitudes and Knowledge (Health and Welfare Canada, ); Smoking Behaviour of Canadians: A National Alcohol and Other Drugs Survey Report, (Health and Welfare Canada, ); Canada's Health Promotion Survey Technical Report.

The original data of the following surveys on adult smoking behaviour were used: NOP and NIPO (Netherlands), GHS (UK), National Surveys on Drug Abuse (USA), Labour Force Survey Supplements (Canada) and Patterns of tobacco smoking (Australia) and the survey NIPO (Netherlands) on smoking Author: J.

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Smoking in Canada is banned in indoor public spaces, public transit facilities and workplaces (including restaurants, bars, and casinos), by all territories and provinces, and by the federal oflegislation banning smoking within each of these jurisdictions is mostly consistent, despite the separate development of legislation by each jurisdiction.

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