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Effects of a social-network method for group assignment strategies on peer-led tobacco prevention programs in schools

Effects of a social-network method for group assignment strategies on peer-led tobacco prevention programs in schools

This 2003 study from the American Journal of Public Health investigates the effectivess of a peer-led network tobacco prevention program. The study tested the effectiveness of network methods for identifying opinion leaders and for constructing groups. In conclusion, the network method was the most effective way to structure the prograqm.  Future programs may refine this technique and use it in other settings....

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