A study examining the key community-level factors associated with higher tobacco control program performance among California local tobacco control projects.
A study examining exposure to anti-tobacco ads to recall which found that recall was stronger from cumulative exposure than the intensity or density of media placement.
Building Local Program Evaluation Capacity Toward A Comprehensive Evaluation 2002
A summary of California's approach to increasing evaluation capacity and accountability among locally funded tobacco control projects.
A study that describes California’s efforts to reduce illicit tobacco trade through tobacco retail licensing and a high-tech stamp law.
Declines in Lung Cancer Rates - California, 1988 - 1997, 2000
A study of lung cancer incidence in California for the period 1988--1997 that found age-adjusted lung cancer incidence rates in California declined significantly compared with stable incidence rates for the combined SEER area of five states and three metropolitan areas.
Policy-Driven Tobacco Control 2010
An examination of how local smoke-free policies in California built momentum for the successful enactment of a state clean indoor air law.
Prevalence of Heavy Smoking in California and the United States, 1965-2007, 2011
A study of smoking in California and the rest of the United States between 1965 and 2007 that found the prevalence of high-intensity smoking decreased greatly in the United States, but declines in moderate and high intensity smoking was greater in California during this period, and that declines in smoking in California during this period was largely the result of reduced initiation and a probable increase in smoking cessation.