Type de Publication Article
    Titre Prevalence and predictors of smoking in "smoke free" bars. Findings from the International Tobacco Control (ITC) Europe Surveys
    Auteurs Nagelhout .E. | Mons U. | Allwright S. | Guignard R. | Beck F. | Fong G.T. | de Vries H. | Willemsen M.C.
    Revue Social Science and Medicine
    Résumé Findings uncover partial smoke-free legislation in the Netherlands and Germany was not as effective as comprehensive legislation in Ireland and France in reducing smoking in bars. Knowledge of the adverse effects of secondhand smoke (SHS) was a stronger predictor of not smoking bars among less educated individuals following the ban in Germany and the Netherlands. Auteur:
    Pages 1643-51
    Volume 72
    Numéro 10
    Mots clés Smoke Free Policies | Legislation | Bars | Smokers | Surveys | Adults | France | Germany | Ireland | Netherlands
    Année 2011
    Electronic resource num http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.socscimed.2011.03.018

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