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Re-smoking and related factors of prisoners after release who were in a forced smoking cessation environment for 1 year or more

보건교육건강증진학회지 2019년 36권 3호 p.27 ~ 36
정진아 ( Jung Jin-A ) - 충남대학교 일반대학원 보건학과

남해성 ( Nam Hae-Sung ) - 충남대학교 의학전문대학원 예방의학교실

Abstract


Objectives: This study aims to investigate whether nonsmoking behavior can be maintained for those who were in a forced smoking cessation environment in prison for long even if the forcibleness is removed after release, and to determine factors affecting re-smoking.

Methods: Subjects are 88 adult males who smoked when in prison, lived at Forensic Hospital for 1 year or more, and were released around 6 months ago. This study defines re-smoking as the case of smoking a single drag from release to investigation.

Results: The re-smoking rate of 88 people is 56%. The shorter the duration of forced smoking cessation, the higher the smoking cessation rate and the longer the duration of forced smoking cessation, the higher the re-smoking rate. Also, the higher the nicotine dependence and the less willingness to quit, the greater the risk of re-smoking.

Conclusions: This study provides the basis for introducing a smoking cessation education program so that prisoners can recognize the benefits of quitting and have the will to quit.

키워드

offenders’ hospital; forced smoking cessation; smoking relapse; willingness smoking cessation
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