Tobacco Studies Journal Club
Each Tobacco Studies Program Scholar leads a monthly journal club discussion on a tobacco-related topic of their choosing. Journal clubs are open to the public and we encourage you to attend.
The first journal club for 2015 will be held on February 9th, 2015 in South Campus Center Room 222. The discussant will be Vasundhara Sridharan, a third year doctoral student in Psychology. The topic is Emerging Research on Tobacco Use in Low-SES Populations.
Brown-Johnson CG, England LJ, Glantz SA, Ling PM. Tobacco industry marketing to low socioeconomic status women in the USA. Tobacco Control. 2014:1–9. doi:10.1136/tobaccocontrol-2013-051224.
Clare P, Bradford D, Courtney R, Martire K, Mattick R. The relationship between socioeconomic status and “hardcore” smoking over time – greater accumulation of hardened smokers in low-SES than high-SES smokers. Tobacco Control. 2014;23:e133–e138. doi:10.1136/tobaccocontrol-2013-051436.
Below are articles from past journal clubs. Click on the article title to be directed to the article. Use the UW proxy bookmarklet to access full journal articles via UW Libraries.
Hooked on Hookah: Cultural Pastime or Pitfall?
Harmful effects of shisha: literature review.
Hookah use among U.S. college students: results from the National College Health Assessment II.
A Case for Reducing Tobacco Sales: Effects of Dense vs. Discontinued Retail of Cigarettes
The density of tobacco retailers and its association with attitudes toward smoking, exposure to point-of-sale tobacco advertising, cigarette purchasing, and smoking among New York youth.
”A breath of fresh air worth spreading": media coverage of retailer abandonment of tobacco sales.
A Look at Global and Domestic Tobacco Regulation and Policy
Understanding the Tobacco Control Act: Eﬀorts by the US Food and Drug Administration to Make Tobacco-Related Morbidity and Mortality Part of the USA’s Past, Not Its Future
Global Effects of Smoking, of Quitting, and of Taxing Tobacco
New Policy and Education Tactics in Tobacco Prevention
Tobacco 21—An Idea Whose Time Has Come
Health Education via YouTube: Characteristics of Successful Antismoking Videos
New Research on Tobacco Addiction in Mentally Ill Individuals
Comorbidity of Severe Psychotic Disorders With Measures of Substance Use
Cigarette Smoking and Mental Illness: A Study of Nicotine Withdrawal
Considering Age of Onset of Tobacco Use and the Effectiveness of Forced Tobacco Abstinence
Tobacco Use and Cessation in Substance Abuse Treatment
Socioeconomic Inequities in Tobacco Use
Smoking Cessation and Chemical Dependency
Smoke-Free College and University Campuses