REFRESH (Reducing Families’ Exposure to Secondhand Smoke in the Home): A Feasibility Study

  • 15 Jul 2012
  • Study (TYPE OF RESOURCE)
  • Secondhand Smoke (TOPIC)
  • Europe (REGION)

Providing mothers who smoke with personalized measurements of their home’s indoor air quality appears to be a have a positive effect on reducing their children’s exposure to secondhand smoke. This study in the journal Tobacco Control suggests exploring the feasibility of a future large-scale trial using measurements of indoor air quality as part of a complex intervention to reduce secondhand smoke exposure.Authors:

  1. Inga Wilson
  2. Sean Semple
  3. Lynsey M Mills
  4. Deborah Ritchie
  5. April Shaw
  6. Rachel O’Donnell
  7. Philippa Bonella
  8. Stephen Turner
  9. Amanda Amos