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Is there an impact of public smoking bans on self-reported smoking status and exposure to secondhand smoke?

Alisa B Naiman123*, Richard H Glazier124 and Rahim Moineddin125

Author Affiliations

1 Primary Care and Population Health, Institute for Clinical and Evaluative Studies, (2075 Bayview Avenue Room G1-06), Toronto, (M4N 3M5), Canada

2 Department of Community and Family Medicine, University of Toronto,(263 McCaul Street, 5th Floor) Toronto, (M5T 1W7), Canada

3 Department of Family Medicine, Toronto East General Hospital, (825 Coxwell Avenue, Room B-112), Toronto, (M4C 3E7), Canada

4 Department of Family Medicine, St. Michael's Hospital, (30 Bond Street), Toronto, (M5B 1W8), Canada

5 Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto, (155 College Street, Health Science Building, 6th Floor), Toronto (M5T 3M7), Canada

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BMC Public Health 2011, 11:146  doi:10.1186/1471-2458-11-146

Published: 3 March 2011

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CCHS survey questions pertaining to secondhand smoke and smoking status. Survey questions from the 2.1 and 3.1 versions of the CCHS that relate to secondhand exposure in different settings and current smoking status.

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