CBEACH

ETS SUBSTUDY

COLLABORATIVE STUDY OF INFANT ETS EXPOSURE

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This study is a collaboration under the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Smoke-Free Families Program in conjunction with the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. Three areas will be studied: 1) to evaluate environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) reduction interventions on a biological measure of infants' exposure, 2) to determine the rest-restest reliability of urine cotinine measures for ETS exposure, and 3) to strengthen the evaluation of the impact of the intervention on environmental exposures and the evaluation of the relationship between biological and environmental measures of exposure.

Principal Investigator: Mel Hovell, PhD, MPH

Project Coordinator: Joy Zakarian, MPH

Funded 1995-1997

Source: Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

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