Students Against Nicotine and Tobacco Addiction (S.A.N.T.A.): Community-Based Participatory Research in a High-Risk Young Adult Population

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Abstract

Students Against Nicotine and Tobacco Addiction (S.A.N.T.A.) is a community-based participatory research project involving an active collaboration between University health providers and Job Corps students, administrators, teachers, counselors, and staff. In this article, we describe the project, its evolution, and key strategies that have employed over the course of the initiative and its ongoing efforts.

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