Tobacco Studies Program
Scholars’ Theses, Capstones, & Dissertations
Avnon, T. (2008). Motivation to quit smoking among pregnant and non-pregnant women.
Bachman, S. (2013). Betel Nut Product Characteristics and Availability in King County, Washington: A Secret Shopper Study.
Balabis, J. (2005). Asian Pacific Islander youth tobacco conference as an intervention for current API teen smokers and high-risk API teens.
Brockman, L. (2013). Hookah’s new popularity among US college students: A pilot study of the characteristics of hookah smokers and their Facebook displays.
Bylund, K. M. (2012). An evaluation of the systematic identification and treatment of tobacco use among patients in an academic medical center.
Carlini, B. H. (2005). The tobacco industry’s response to the COMMIT trial : an analysis of legacy tobacco documents.
Cromp, D. A. C. (2007). Barriers and facilitators to smoking cessation among homeless populations.
Fesinmeyer, M. D. (2007). Pancreatic cancer risk and prevention: Association with PPARG gene and policy analysis of tobacco-related pancreatic cancer.
Greto, L. (2007). Tobacco laws affecting King County: A compendium of legislation and rationale for further action.
Grossbard, J. R. (2010). Conform to the norm: Influence of social normative perceptions of health-related risk behaviors in college students over time.
Hamilton Gilroy, J. (2010). Needs assessment for a pilot smoking cessation clinic serving the homeless population.
Melton, M. (2006). Evaluation of venue-specific compliance of two Washington State enhancements of the Clean Indoor Air Act: A pilot observational study.
Metzger, M. J. (2012). Association of maternal smoking during pregnancy with infant hospitalization and mortality due to infectious diseases.
Pavia, R. (2011). Benefit-Cost Analysis of a 100% Smoke-Free UW Campus Policy.
Ross-Viles, S. (2006). Healthy air survey of King County Housing Authority.
Schauer, G. L. (2010). Health professional advice for smoking and weight in a high risk population of adults with and without diabetes.