Reviewing the needs of unemployed youth in smoking intervention programmes.

Abstract:

:In Australia, the impact of unemployment on adolescent smoking behaviour continues to present a major public health problem. Traditional prevention programmes in both primary and secondary schools appear to be achieving a delay in the onset of smoking. However, smoking rates of young people who are unemployed are unacceptably higher than those of in-school youth. This paper provides a review of the published literature, showing that there has been little effort to address smoking patterns or experiences of quitting for this target group. While the provision of employment opportunities or skill training for this group is important, these strategies will not eliminate the problem of smoking. Steps must be taken to encourage research into the development of tailored programmes for unemployed youth who smoke. These programmes must be carefully considered and evaluated and meet the needs of this diverse group of young people.

journal_name

Drug Alcohol Rev

journal_title

Drug and alcohol review

authors

Stanton WR,Gillespie AM,Lowe JB

doi

10.1080/09595239500185101

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

1995-01-01 00:00:00

pages

101-8

issue

1

eissn

0959-5236

issn

1465-3362

pii

Q3UN991J613H54X8

journal_volume

14

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