Dino, G., Horn, K., Goldcamp, J., Maniar, S., Fernandes, A., & Massey, C. (2001). A statewide demonstration of Not-On-Tobacco: A gender-sensitive teen smoking cessation program. Journal of School Nursing, 17(2), 90-97.
Not-On-Tobacco Program (N-O-T)
|Program Title||Not-On-Tobacco Program (N-O-T)|
|Purpose||Designed to promote cessation and reduce tobacco use among adolescent smokers. (2001)|
|Program Focus||Smoking Cessation|
|Population Focus||Current Smokers|
|Age||This information has not been reported.|
|Gender||This information has not been reported.|
|Race/Ethnicity||This information has not been reported.|
|Setting||This information has not been reported.|
|Funded by||CDC: Prevention Research Center (Grant number(s): U48/CCU310821), West Virginia Department of Education (Grant number(s) not available.), National Office of the American Lung Association (Grant number(s) not available.), American Lung Association of Florida (Grant number(s) not available.)|
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A facilitator instruction guide, surveys, and curriculum are available from the ALA.
Costs have been paid by state tobacco initiatives, state and local school systems, public and private research grants, and other sources of funding.
The N-O-T program has been implemented and evaluated in several states including Florida, North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, and Wisconsin. Multiyear, multistate results suggest it is an effective teen smoking cessation program. Key findings include:
- In the first published evaluation, both chemically validated and self-report measures found that at 8.5 months postbaseline, female N-O-T participants had significantly higher quit rates than females in the comparison group. There were no significant differences in quit rates for male participants.Â (Dino, G., Horn, K., Goldcamp, J.,Â Maniar, S., Fernandes, A., & Massey C.Â (2001).
- In a five-year review of the program including five states, 489 schools, and over 6,000 youth significant results were also found. This review included experimental and quasi-experimental evaluations. The field-based quasi-experimental evaluations found an end-of-program quit rate of 32 percent (n=3761). The controlled or experimental evaluations found an end-of-program N-O-T quit rate of 19 percent, compared to 9 percent in the comparison group. This difference was statistically significant. Over all states, quit rates were similar for both males and females.Â (Horn, K., Dino, G., Kalsekar, I., & Mody, R. (2005).
Dino, G., Horn, K., & Meit, H. (1998). A pilot study of Not-On-Tobacco: A stop smoking program for adolescents. Journal of Health Education, 6 , 230-241.
Dino, G., Horn, K., Goldcamp, J, Kemp-Rye, L., Westrate, S., & Monaco, K. (2001). Teen smoking cessation: Making it work through school and community partnerships. Journal of Public Health Management and Practice, 7(2), 71-80.
Dino, G., Horn, K., Goldcamp, J., Fernandes, A., & Kalsekar, I. (2001). A two-year efficacy study of Not-On-Tobacco in Florida: An overview of program successes in changing teen smoking behavior. Preventive Medicine, 33, 600-605.
Dino, G., Horn, K., Zedosky, L., & Monaco, K. (1998). A positive response to teen smoking: Why N-O-T?. NASSP Bulletin, 82 (601), 46-58.
Doll, L., Dino, G., Duetsch, C., Holmes, A., Mills, D., & Horn, K. (2001). Linking science and practice: Two academic/public health collaborations that are working. Health Promotion Practice, 2 (4), 295-300.
Horn, K., Dino, G., Gao, X., & Momani, A. (1999). Feasibility evaluation of Not-On-Tobacco: ALA's new stop smoking program for adolescents. Journal of Health Education, 5 (September), 192-206.
Horn, K., Dino, G., Kalsekar, I., Massey, C., Manzo-Tennant, K., & McGloin, G. (2004). Exploring the relationship between mental health and smoking cessation: A study of rural teens. Prevention Science, 5 (2), 113-127.
Horn, K., Dino, G., Kalsekar, I., & Mody, R. (2005). The impact of Not on Tobacco on teen smoking cessation: End-of-program evaluation results, 1998 to 2003. Journal of Communication, 20 (6), 640-661.
Massey, C., Dino, G., Horn, K., Lacey-McCracken, A., Goldcamp, J., & Kalsekar, I. (2003). Recruitment barriers and successes of the American Lung Association's Not-On-Tobacco Program. Journal of School Health, 73(2), 58-63.
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