Connie the Clever Cockie presents: Research Roundup on Vaping in Youth

Welcome to the first Tobacco Control News – Research Roundup, presented by Connie the Clever Cockie. This month, Connie has put together a summary of the latest evidence on Vaping in Youth. Click on the thumbnail to read the summaries of six papers, including:

  • E-cigarette use and the relationship to smoking among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and non-Indigenous Australian Secondary Students, 2017
  • Vaping product access and use among 14–17-year-olds in New South Wales: a cross-sectional study
  • School staff perceptions of the nature and consequences of students’ use of e-cigarettes
  • Factors that influence the decision to vape among Indigenous youth
  • A vaping risks education program for school students: Evaluation of the solve mystery toolkit
  • Aided recall of The Real Cost e-cigarette prevention advertisements among a nationally representative sample of adolescents.

You can also read the shorter version of the Vaping in Youth summary here. Keep an eye out in the coming months for Connie’s next Tobacco Control News update!