E-Cigarette Prevention Research
Research assistant Jenna Hawks, presents research on vape prevention in rural populations at the Fall Student Research Symposium.
Presentation on Vape Prevention in Rural Populations: Teacher Education
Youth often don’t realize that there is nicotine in most e-cigarettes (Singh et al., 2020); talking with your youth can educate them and decrease the likeliness that they will vape. Finding a way to talk with your youth about this topic can be hard and ev
Vaping and Youth: How Parents can be Involved
While many people believe that there is no nicotine in their e-liquid, 99% of e-cigarette product sales have nicotine (Marynak et al., 2017). Labels can be misleading, as some e-cigarettes labeled as having ‘zero nicotine’ actually do have nicotine in the
The Truths Behind Vaping: Information for Youth and Teens
As teachers, you may find it helpful to be able to identify signs of use and ways youth can hide the devices. Students should be taught about the side effects of e-cigarette use, and these side effects should not be dismissed as “normal teena
Vape Prevention: How Teachers Can Help
Results of a short-term outcome evaluation showed an increase in teachers’ knowledge and confidence related to e-cigarette education.
E-Cigarette and Vape Prevention in Rural Southeast Utah: Outcomes of Teacher Education