Trends in Dual Tobacco Use in Alaska
Some smokers are using SLT as a substitution for cigarettes when smoking is not possible. Program Design and Evaluation Services with partners in Alaska evaluated trends in dual cigarette and smokeless tobacco (SLT) use over time among Alaskan males.
LIFE Program with Mercy Corps and Multnomah County Health Department
Program Design & Evaluation Services engaged in two projects that seek to integrate public health, economic development, and the criminal justice system to improve incarcerated women’s employment success, mental and physical health outcomes, and decrease recidivism.
Article Shows Higher-Than-Expected Taxable Sales After Smoking Ban
Myde Boles, Ph.D. and colleagues from Program Design and Evaluation Services published an article on taxable retail sales for bars and taverns in Washington State after the implementation of a smoke-free law in July 2010.