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|contributor.author||Kansas. Department of Health and Environment||-|
|contributor.author||Kansas Tobacco Use Prevention Program||-|
|description||The Kansas Youth Tobacco Survey contains in‐depth information on the use of tobacco products, knowledge/beliefs of the impact of tobacco use, attitudes surrounding tobacco, and exposure to secondhand smoke among Kansas youth. It is a statewide survey conducted every two years by the Kansas Department of Health and Environment among
students in grades 6‐8 (Middle School/MS) and 9‐12 (High School/HS). The results are used in program evaluation as well as in program planning.
This document contains major highlights of the 2009/2010 Kansas Youth Tobacco Survey. As a result of sufficient overall response rates for Middle and High School Surveys, these results can be generalized to all middle and high school students in Kansas.||en|
|language.iso||English (United States)||-|
|title||Kansas Youth Tobacco Survey: Data Highlights, 2009/2010||en|
|Appears in Collections:||Kansas Tobacco Use Prevention Program|
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