January 2018, VOLUME 141 / ISSUE Supplement 1
Table of Contents
- Open AccessForeword: Protecting Non-Smokers From Exposure to Secondhand Tobacco SmokeSusan Rosenblatt, Stanley RosenblattPediatrics Jan 2018, 141 (Supplement 1) S1-S2; DOI: 10.1542/peds.2017-1026B
- Open AccessThe Role of Secondhand Smoke Research in Protecting NonsmokersJulie A. Gorzkowski, Jonathan D. KleinPediatrics Jan 2018, 141 (Supplement 1) S6-S9; DOI: 10.1542/peds.2017-1026D
In this commentary, we explore the role of tobacco and SHS research in protecting children and families from tobacco use and exposure.
- Open AccessCorrelates of Allowing Alternative Tobacco Product or Marijuana Use in the Homes of Young AdultsCarla J. Berg, Regine Haardörfer, Theodore L. Wagener, Michelle C. Kegler, Michael WindlePediatrics Jan 2018, 141 (Supplement 1) S10-S20; DOI: 10.1542/peds.2017-1026E
- Open AccessAdult Attitudes and Practices Regarding Smoking Restrictions and Child Tobacco Smoke Exposure: 2000 to 2015Robert McMillen, Karen Wilson, Susanne Tanski, Jonathan D. Klein, Jonathan P. WinickoffPediatrics Jan 2018, 141 (Supplement 1) S21-S29; DOI: 10.1542/peds.2017-1026F
By using the Social Climate Survey of Tobacco Control, this study reveals improvements in the protection of children since 2000.
- Open AccessReferral Strategies to a Tobacco Quitline and Racial and/or Ethnic Differences in ParticipationElizabeth T. Russo, Margaret Reid, Rashida Taher, Mona Sharifi, Snehal N. ShahPediatrics Jan 2018, 141 (Supplement 1) S30-S39; DOI: 10.1542/peds.2017-1026G
In this evaluation, we describe the success of a program that was designed strategically to connect vulnerable smokers of color to Massachusetts quitline services.
- Open AccessSmoke-Free Car Legislation and Student Exposure to SmokingMinal Patel, Chan L. Thai, Ying-Ying Meng, Tony Kuo, Hong Zheng, Barbara Dietsch, William J. McCarthyPediatrics Jan 2018, 141 (Supplement 1) S40-S50; DOI: 10.1542/peds.2017-1026H
- Open AccessImplementing Tobacco Control Assistance in Pediatric Departments of Chinese Hospitals: A Feasibility StudyAbu S. Abdullah, Nong Guangmin, Huang Kaiyong, Liao Jing, Li Yang, Zhiyong Zhang, Jonathan P. WinickoffPediatrics Jan 2018, 141 (Supplement 1) S51-S62; DOI: 10.1542/peds.2017-1026I
This quasi-experimental trial demonstrates the feasibility of CEASE implementation in Chinese pediatric settings to promote parental smoking cessation and reduce children’s exposure to SHS.
- Open AccessAirborne Nicotine, Secondhand Smoke, and Precursors to Adolescent SmokingJennifer J. McGrath, Simon Racicot, Chizimuzo T.C. Okoli, S. Katharine Hammond, Jennifer O’LoughlinPediatrics Jan 2018, 141 (Supplement 1) S63-S74; DOI: 10.1542/peds.2017-1026J
Is airborne nicotine the smoking gun? Observing others smoking may not be benign; never-smoking teens exposed to greater airborne nicotine endorsed more favorable smoking expectancies.
- Open AccessAn Office-Initiated Multilevel Intervention for Tobacco Smoke Exposure: A Randomized TrialBradley N. Collins, Stephen J. Lepore, Jonathan P. Winickoff, Uma S. Nair, Beth Moughan, Tyra Bryant-Stephens, Adam Davey, Daniel Taylor, David Fleece, Melissa GodfreyPediatrics Jan 2018, 141 (Supplement 1) S75-S86; DOI: 10.1542/peds.2017-1026K
In this randomized controlled trial, we demonstrated the efficacy of a multilevel intervention that integrated EHR-guided AAR with telephone-based counseling in decreasing child TSE.
- Open AccessNeighborhood Factors and Urinary Metabolites of Nicotine, Phthalates, and DichlorobenzeneMaida P. Galvez, Kathleen McGovern, Susan L. Teitelbaum, Gayle Windham, Mary S. WolffPediatrics Jan 2018, 141 (Supplement 1) S87-S95; DOI: 10.1542/peds.2017-1026L
We report that neighborhood factors are associated with environmental exposures and that secondhand smoke exposure measured by urinary cotinine concentrations is higher for children living in public versus private housing.
- Open AccessParental Smoking Cessation: Impacting Children’s Tobacco Smoke Exposure in the HomeAlice Little Caldwell, Martha S. Tingen, Joshua T. Nguyen, Jeannette O. Andrews, Janie Heath, Jennifer L. Waller, Frank A. TreiberPediatrics Jan 2018, 141 (Supplement 1) S96-S106; DOI: 10.1542/peds.2017-1026M
A tailored tobacco cessation intervention for P/C smokers of fourth-grade children showed significant quit rates, which were confirmed by saliva cotinine over 4 years.
- Open AccessProtecting Young Children From Tobacco Smoke Exposure: A Pilot Study of Project Zero ExposureLaura Rosen, Nurit Guttman, Vicki Myers, Nili Brown, Amit Ram, Mel Hovell, Patrick Breysse, Ana Rule, Mati Berkovitch, David ZuckerPediatrics Jan 2018, 141 (Supplement 1) S107-S117; DOI: 10.1542/peds.2017-1026N
Providing objective evidence of child TSE by using biomarkers and home air quality may persuade parents to protect their children from tobacco smoke.
- Open AccessSecondhand Smoke Exposure and Validity of Self-Report in Low-Income Women and Children in IndiaJessica L. Elf, Aarti Kinikar, Sandhya Khadse, Vidya Mave, Nikhil Gupte, Vaishali Kulkarni, Sunita Patekar, Priyanka Raichur, Joanna Cohen, Patrick N. Breysse, Amita Gupta, Jonathan E. GolubPediatrics Jan 2018, 141 (Supplement 1) S118-S129; DOI: 10.1542/peds.2017-1026O
Structured questionnaires evaluating SHS exposure are compared with household measures of air nicotine and hair nicotine from Indian women and children.