The Effect of Peer Education on Decision-Making, Smoking-Promoting Factors, Self-Efficacy, Addiction, and Behavior Change in the Process of Quitting Smoking of Young People.
Risk management and healthcare policy, vol.14, pp.925-945, 2021 (Journal Indexed in SCI)
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Title of Journal :
Risk management and healthcare policy
health promotion and risk management, youth-peer education, smoking quit, randomized controlled trial, university student, youth studies, cognitive/behavioral processes, TRANSTHEORETICAL MODEL, CESSATION, VALIDATION, RELAPSE, BALANCE, STAGE
Purpose: The study aims to examine the effect of peer education on the decision to quit smoking, factors that encourage smoking, self-efficacy, addiction, and behavior change in students who apply to the Youth Friendly Center to quit smoking.