Exposure to tobacco smoke among Canadian nonsmokers based on questionnaire and biomonitoring data

Articles and reports: 82-003-X202100200002


Surveillance by questionnaire and biomonitoring both have their own advantages and are fundamental in identifying the subpopulations most susceptible to second hand smoke exposure. Using a biomarker provides a quantitative estimate of relative exposure that can be compared over time and with other studies, and this is of particular interest for effective public health interventions.

Issue Number: 2021002
Author(s): Levesque, Johanne; Mischki, Trevor

Main Product: Health Reports

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