The Clinical Effort Against Secondhand Smoke Exposure (CEASE) is based on extensive research in family tobacco control and the child healthcare setting.
Developing and sharing findings about the CEASE intervention is an important aspect of the work done by the CEASE team. Through this research, CEASE researchers can share lessons learned, findings about the efficacy of the CEASE intervention, and information about the state of tobacco control in child healthcare settings.
The CEASE intervention is continually studied and evaluated. Through articles in academic and professional journals, conference posters, and presentations, data from research on CEASE is shared with other healthcare researchers, healthcare providers, departments of health, and other interested parties.
Below is a selection of articles written by the CEASE team. Click on each link for more information.
- A Cross-Sectional Study of Happiness and Smoking Cessation among Parents
- The Clinical Effort Against Secondhand Smoke Exposure (CEASE) Intervention: A Decade of Lessons Learned
- Clinician Telephone Training to Reduce Family Tobacco Use: Analysis of Transcribed Recordings
- Proactive enrollment of parents to tobacco quitlines in pediatric practices is associated with greater quitline use: a cross-sectional study
- Overcoming Challenges in the Changing Environment of Practice-Based Research
- Distance-based training in two community health centers to address tobacco smoke exposure of children
- Strict smoke-free home policies among smoking parents in pediatric settings
- Thirdhand smoke beliefs of parents
- Sustainability of a Parental Tobacco Control Intervention in Pediatric Practice
- Enhancing the electronic health record to increase counseling and quit-line referral for parents who smoke
- Parental tobacco control in the pediatric setting
- Addressing family smoking in child healthcare settings
- Beliefs About the Health Effects of "Thirdhand" Smoke and Home Smoking Bans
- School Absenteeism Among Children Living With Smokers