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          What do YOU have to say ?       page: [previous page] 1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  11  12  13  [next page] haschi 03.06.2002 click here for a comment good idea …i do not smoke and i’m from gemany karin 27.05.2002 click here for a comment super gits diä siite au in dütsch??????? BIG DAD …

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Evidence base

Social learning theory and de-normalisation of smoking There are many smoking prevention programmes based on the information and fear arousal approach addressing the long-term negative health consequences of smoking.1,2 However, these programmes show only very limited effects on actual behaviour and attitudes in young people.3,4 In contrast to the “traditional” approaches, the theoretical foundation of …

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          What do YOU have to say ?       page: [previous page] 1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  11  12  13  [next page] haschi 03.06.2002 click here for a comment good idea …i do not smoke and i’m from gemany karin 27.05.2002 click here for a comment super gits diä siite au in dütsch??????? BIG DAD …

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Publications

So far, there are 18 peer-reviewed publications on the Smokefree Class Competition. The study conducted by Crone et al. is classified as number one study in the Cochrane review. List of publications on SFC in peer reviewed journals: Hoeflmayr D, Hanewinkel R. Do school-based tobacco prevention programmes pay off? The cost-effectiveness of the “Smoke-free Class …

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Contact

If you are interested in the programme Smokefree Class Competition and the work of the SFC-Network please contact us. SFC-Network co-ordinator: IFT-Nord, Institute for Therapy and Health Research Dr. Reiner Hanewinkel Harmsstraße 2 24114 Kiel, Germany T:+49 431 570 29-0 F:+49 431 570 29-29 E-mail: [email protected] www.ift-nord.de Send a message to the European Network co-ordinator: …

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participating_countries IFT-Nord: Smokefree Class – Competition

The idea of the Smokefree Class Competition was first established in Finland in 1989. In the school-year 1997/1998 the Smokefree Class Competition was carried out on a European level for the first time. World-wide, Algeria, Canada, Israel, Russia, Tunesia and the United Arab Emirates have noticed the project. In the school-year 2009/2010 the competition will …

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