CONFERENCE PROCEEDING
Determination of cigarette drinking curriculum and investigation of some demographic effects of grade 1 students of Dicle University Faculty of Medicine
Bilal Yildiz 1  
,  
Gözde İsen 1
,  
 
 
More details
Hide details
1
Public Health Department, Faculty of Medicine, Dicle University, Diyarbakir, Turkey
Publish date: 2018-10-03
 
Tob. Induc. Dis. 2018;16(Suppl 3):A118
KEYWORDS:
Download abstract book (PDF)

ABSTRACT:
Objective:
Determination of cigarette drinking curriculum and investigation of some demographic effects of grade 1 students of Dicle University Faculty of Medicine.

Methods:
Research planned by application form of survey for graduate students. 156 students received between 200 students. Analyzes were done with spss program.

Results and conclusions:
61 (39.1%) women 95 (60.9%) male participated to study. 80 (51.3%) person lives with family. 46 (29.4%) person's economical condition is very good, 104 (66.7) person's good, 6 (3.9) person's bad. 22 (14.1%) person's mother, 65 (41.7%) person's father smokes. 66 persons never smoked, 49 persons tried but not continued, 35 persons smokes actively, 6 person quitted smoking. Average age of smoking is 16 (3 sd). 12 persons of 71 (16.9%) smoked first cigarette at faculty of medicine. 36 persons of 47 (76.6%) who smokes tried to quit smoking. 16 persons of 64 (25%) who smokes started smoke because of close friend, 15 persons (23.4%) stress, 12 persons (23.4%) curiosity. Cigarette drinking occurrence of male was higher according to women (p<0.05). Cigarette drinking occurrence was high whose mother smokes.

CORRESPONDING AUTHOR:
Bilal Yildiz   
Public Health Department, Faculty of Medicine, Dicle University, Diyarbakir, Turkey
eISSN:1617-9625