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Office of Tobacco Control, TNS mrbi. (2003) Irish women and tobacco: knowledge, attitudes and beliefs. Research report on tobacco use in Ireland. Clane: Office of Tobacco Control.

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The overall level of smoking prevalence of 30% (+/- 2.4%) reflected in this report is based on a survey completed by TNS mrbi in August 2002, based on a population of 1,503 respondents.

A National Health and Lifestyle Survey, also conducted during the summer of 2002, used a larger sample size of 5,992 adult respondents aged 18+ and 5,712 school going children aged 10 – 18. This survey, conducted by the Centre for Health Promotion Studies in the National University of Ireland, Galway shows a lower smoking prevalence of 27% (+/- 3%). Allowing for the larger sample size and methodological differences, the data in both surveys is consistent.


Date
2003
Call No
FR8, EF4.4.4.2, VH4.2
Pages
22 p.
Publisher
Office of Tobacco Control
Corporate Creators
Office of Tobacco Control, TNS mrbi
Place of Publication
Clane
ISBN
0-9541491-2-2
Keywords
female, Ireland, knowledge, attitudes, and practices, smoking, tobacco product, tobacco smoke
Notes
includes tables, graphs
EndNote
Accession Number
HRB 2124 (Available)

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