Print Email Facebook Twitter Sustainability of the prevention of passive infant smoking within well-baby clinics Title Sustainability of the prevention of passive infant smoking within well-baby clinics Author Crone, M.R. Verlaan, M. Willemsen, M.C. van Soelen, P. Reijneveld, S.A. Sing, R.A.H. Paulussen, T.G.W.M. TNO Kwaliteit van Leven Publication year 2006 Abstract This study assessed the antecedents of continued use of an education program to prevent passive smoking in infants. It consists of a booklet for parents and a manual for health professionals describing a five-step procedure for discussing passive smoking. Aquestionnairewas sent to 67 managers, 670 nurses, and 335 physiciansworking in well-baby clinics (response rate: 70%, 53%, 47% respectively). Questions concerned the completeness of use, level of institutionalization, and characteristics of the organization, the user, and the dissemination strategy. Seventy-one percent of nurses and42% of physiciansworked with the program. They foremost provided the first three steps of the five-step procedure. Physicians' completeness of usewas related to their perceived responsibility in providing this education, and nurses' use was related to their perceived self-efficacy, responsibility, training attendance, participation in the adoption decision, and level of institutionalization. Diffusion efforts should focus on improving the completeness of use and level of institutionalization. © 2006 by SOPHE. Subject HealthDisseminationInstitutionalizationPassive smokingClinical practiceComparative studyEducationEvaluationHealth centerHealth personnel attitudeIndoor air pollutionMethodologyNewbornNurse attitudeOrganization and managementPhysician attitudePreschool childPsychological aspectSelf conceptStatisticsTeachingAdministrative PersonnelAdultAttitude of Health PersonnelChild WelfareChild, PreschoolHealth EducationHumansInfantInfant WelfareInfant, NewbornManualsMaternal-Child Health CentersMiddle AgedNetherlandsNurse's RolePamphletsParentsPhysician's Practice PatternsPhysician's RoleQuestionnairesSelf EfficacySmokingTeaching MaterialsTobacco Smoke Pollution To reference this document use: http://resolver.tudelft.nl/uuid:f417235a-f6ab-4e9f-9f28-41d82da026b8 DOI https://doi.org/10.1177/1090198105276296 TNO identifier 239208 ISSN 1090-1981 Source Health Education and Behavior, 33 (2), 178-196 Document type article Files To receive the publication files, please send an e-mail request to TNO Library.