Subject: RC955-962 | North America | electronic cigarettes | Original Research Article | Indians | tobacco | qualitative research | Arctic medicine. Tropical medicine | Electronic cigarettes; Qualitative Research; Tobacco Use; Indians, North America | tobacco use
Background. American Indian (AI) and Alaska Native (AN) communities confront some of the highest rates of tobacco use and its sequelae.Methods. This formative research project sought to identify the perspectives of 41 stakeholders (community members receiving care withi... View more
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