Tobacco outlet density and converted versus native non-daily cigarette use in a national US sample

Thomas R. Kirchner, Andrew Anesetti-Rothermel, Morgane Bennett, Hong Gao, Heather Carlos, Taneisha S. Scheuermann, Lorraine R. Reitzel, Jasjit S. Ahluwalia

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Objective Investigate whether non-daily smokers' (NDS) cigarette price and purchase preferences, recent cessation attempts, and current intentions to quit are associated with the density of the retail cigarette product landscape surrounding their residential address. Participants Cross-sectional assessment of N=904 converted NDS (CNDS). who previously smoked every day, and N=297 native NDS (NNDS) who only smoked non-daily, drawn from a national panel. Outcome measures Kernel density estimation was used to generate a nationwide probability surface of tobacco outlets linked to participants' residential ZIP code. Hierarchically nested log-linear models were compared to evaluate associations between outlet density, non-daily use patterns, price sensitivity and quit intentions. Results Overall, NDS in ZIP codes with greater outlet density were less likely than NDS in ZIP codes with lower outlet density to hold 6-month quit intentions when they also reported that price affected use patterns (G2=66.1, p

Original languageEnglish (US)
JournalTobacco Control
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StateAccepted/In press - Mar 11 2016

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Outcome Assessment (Health Care)
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Kirchner, T. R., Anesetti-Rothermel, A., Bennett, M., Gao, H., Carlos, H., Scheuermann, T. S., ... Ahluwalia, J. S. (Accepted/In press). Tobacco outlet density and converted versus native non-daily cigarette use in a national US sample. Tobacco Control. https://doi.org/10.1136/tobaccocontrol-2015-052487

Tobacco outlet density and converted versus native non-daily cigarette use in a national US sample. / Kirchner, Thomas R.; Anesetti-Rothermel, Andrew; Bennett, Morgane; Gao, Hong; Carlos, Heather; Scheuermann, Taneisha S.; Reitzel, Lorraine R.; Ahluwalia, Jasjit S.

In: Tobacco Control, 11.03.2016.

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Kirchner, Thomas R. ; Anesetti-Rothermel, Andrew ; Bennett, Morgane ; Gao, Hong ; Carlos, Heather ; Scheuermann, Taneisha S. ; Reitzel, Lorraine R. ; Ahluwalia, Jasjit S. / Tobacco outlet density and converted versus native non-daily cigarette use in a national US sample. In: Tobacco Control. 2016.
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