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School-based programmes for preventing smoking

  1. R Thomas

Editorial Group: Cochrane Tobacco Addiction Group

Published Online: 22 APR 2002

DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD001293


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Thomas R. School-based programmes for preventing smoking. The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2002, Issue 2. Art. No.: CD001293. DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD001293.

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*Prof Roger Thomas, Professor of Family Medicine, Department of Medicine, University of Calgary, UCMC, #1707-1632 14th Avenue, Calgary, Alberta, T2M 1N7, CANADA. rthomas@ucalgary.ca.

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  1. Published Online: 22 APR 2002

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Comparison 01. Information giving curricula versus control

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 01 Results of Category 2 studiesOther dataNo numeric data

 02 Results of Category 3 studiesOther dataNo numeric data

 
Comparison 02. Social competence curricula versus control

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 01 Results of Category 1 studiesOther dataNo numeric data

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Comparison 03. Social influences curricula versus control

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 01 Results of Category 1 studiesOther dataNo numeric data

 02 Results of Category 2 studiesOther dataNo numeric data

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Comparison 04. Combined social competence and social influences curricula versus control

Outcome titleNo. of studiesNo. of participantsStatistical methodEffect size

 01 Results of Category 1 studiesOther dataNo numeric data

 02 Results of Category 2 studiesOther dataNo numeric data

 03 Results of Category 3 studiesOther dataNo numeric data

 
Comparison 05. Social influences versus information-giving

Outcome titleNo. of studiesNo. of participantsStatistical methodEffect size

 01 Results of Category 1 studiesOther dataNo numeric data

 
Comparison 06. Multi-modal programmes compared to single-component interventions

Outcome titleNo. of studiesNo. of participantsStatistical methodEffect size

 01 Results of Category 1 studiesOther dataNo numeric data