Tobacco-Related Publications by Sarna & Bialous

2001

  • Journal

    Sarna L. Tobacco and the Legacy of Lung Cancer. Cancer Investigation. 2001;19(7):752-3

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    Yach D, Bialous SA. Junking Science to Promote Tobacco. American Journal of Public Health. 2001 Nov;91(11):1745-8..

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  • Media

    The Success of Nursing-led Interventions for Smoking Cessation. Oncology Nursing Society Research Conference. The Group Room, interview with Selma Shimmel, Vital Options International, February 2011. 

  • Editorial

    Sarna L. (2001). Tobacco and the legacy of lung cancer. Cancer Investigation. 19, 752-753.   (Invited Editorial)

2000

  • Abstract

    Sarna L, Wewers ME, Brown J, Brecht ML. (2000) Barriers to Tobacco Interventions: Report from a National Survey of Oncology Nurses. Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco. Washington DC, February

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    Lillington L, Sarna L. (2000) Making Tobacco Control Real: Working with the Victims of Tobacco. 11th World Conference on Tobacco OR Health, Chicago, Illinois, August 2000. Abstracts, 57-58

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    Wewers ME, Gleit C, Ahijevych K, Sarna L. (2000) Nursing Center for Tobacco Intervention: a Mechanism to Increase Nurses’ Participation in Tobacco Dependence Treatment. 11th World Conference on Tobacco OR Health, Chicago, Illinois, August 2000. Abstracts, 199-202

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    Sarna L. (2000) Nurses and Tobacco Control: Need for a Strategic Plan. In Tobacco: The Growing Epidemic, Proceedings of the 10th World Conference on Tobacco or Health, 24-28 August 1997, Beijing, China. Ed. Lu, R, Mackay J, Niu, S & Peto R. Springer: London. 911

  • Journal

    Chernecky C & Sarna L (2000) Pulmonary Toxicities of Cancer Therapy. Critical Care Nursing Clinics of North America. 12:281-295.

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    Sarna L, Brown JK, Lillington L, Wewers ME, Brecht ML. Tobacco-Control Attitudes, Advocacy, and Smoking Behaviors of Oncology Nurses. Oncology Nursing Forum.  2000 Nov-Dec;27(10):1519-28

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