X:IT - a three-year multi-component, school-based, cluster randomized trial to reduce smoking among 13-15 year olds in Denmark View Homepage


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2010-2013

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Background and study aims Although the harmful effects of tobacco have been known for many years, we have not succeeded in preventing young people from taking up smoking. Many young people still start smoking, and the number of young smokers has only decreased slightly during the last 10 years. Starting smoking at age 15 increases your risk of becoming a daily smoker as an adult. Therefore, it is very important to prevent smoking among children and young adolescents. The aim of this study is to develop and test a school-based anti-smoking program to reduce the number of smokers by 25% over a three-year period. Who can participate? Students in grade 7 at the start of the study What does the study involve? Participating schools are randomly allocated to either the intervention group or the control group. Students at the intervention group schools receive the anti-smoking program, whereas students at the control group schools do not. The anti-smoking program has three main components: eight anti-smoking lessons a year; students sign a contract promising to stay smoke free for the next year; and no smoking is allowed on the school premises. Furthermore, the study includes workshops for the staff, newsletters for the schools, a website with guidelines for parents and information for schools, and presentation of the study at parent school meetings each year. The study runs for three years (grade 7-9), with an annual follow-up in the spring of each year to measure how many students smoke. What are the possible benefits and risks of participating? The schools receive free educational materials and free workshops introducing the study and later sharing experiences of the study. Furthermore, participating schools receive a report describing the health behaviours of the adolescents in their school. The students among other things increase their knowledge about the risks of smoking, the social factors influencing decisions to smoke or not, and the role of the media in adolescent smoking. All students who stay smoke-free for a year have the chance to win a prize. There are no known risks to participants. Where is the study run from? Centre for Intervention Research in Health Promotion and Disease Prevention at the National Institute of Public Health, University of Southern Denmark When is the study starting and how long is it expected to run for? January 2010 to June 2013 Who is funding the study? 1. The Danish Cancer Society (Denmark) 2. Centre for Intervention Research in Health Promotion and Disease Prevention (Denmark) Who is the main contact? Anette Andersen anan@niph.dk More... »

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