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Intention to Quit Smoking among Intermediate and Secondary School Students in Saudi Arabia
Abdulmohsen Hamdan, Al-Zalabani; Ayat Roushdy, Abdallah; Reem Ibrahim, Alqabshawi;
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 Abstract
Background: Smoking is one of the most preventable causes of disease and death, including cancer, and quitting at an early age can reduce smoking-related morbidity and mortality. This study aimed to estimate the prevalence and to identify factors affecting the "intention to quit" among intermediate and secondary school current cigarette smoker students in Al Madinah city, Saudi Arabia. Materials and Methods: This study cohort included 307 current smoker students in a school-based survey. The intention to quit and its related determinants were assessed using a self-administered questionnaire. Results: More than half of the participants were years, and of male gender (54.7%, 77.9% respectively). An intention to quit smoking was reported in 71.7% of participants, and was been significantly associated with: male gender (OR
 Keywords
Intention to quit;smoking cessation;students;youth;Saudi Arabia;
 Language
English
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