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Educational differences in cigarette smoking among adult population in Estonia, 1990-2010: does the trend fit the model of tobacco epidemic?

Autorid: Pärna K, Pürjer M, Ringmets I, Tekkel M
Väljaandja/tellija: BMC Public Health
Märksõnad: suitsetamine, haridustase, harjumused
Välja antud: 2014
Tüüp: Teaduslik artikkel/kogumik
Viide: Pärna K, Pürjer ML, Ringmets I, et al. Educational differences in cigarette smoking among adult population in Estonia, 1990-2010: does the trend fit the model of tobacco epidemic? BMC Public Health 2014;(14)79:709.
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Kirjeldus: In developed countries, smoking spreads through society like an epidemic in which adults from higher socioeconomic groups are the first to adopt and earlier to quit smoking, and in which exists a lag in adoption of smoking between men and women.
The objective of this study was to describe trends in daily and occasional smoking, to investigate association between smoking status and education, and to examine if the associations in 1990¿2010 in Estonia fit the pattern predicted by the model of tobacco epidemic.
Daily smoking patterns in Estonia fit the model of tobacco epidemic in developed countries. Educational differences in daily smoking highlight the importance of addressing smoking behaviour in the general population by educational subgroups in Estonia.