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Public poll for support 100 % smoke free area regulation to protect children from secondhand smoke exposure in big city on 8 provinces in Indonesia
Tri Ningsih 1  
 
 
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Indonesia Institute For Social Development, Jakarta, Indonesia
Publish date: 2018-10-03
 
Tob. Induc. Dis. 2018;16(Suppl 3):A105
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ABSTRACT:
Objective:
Support Goverment and parliament to enact a national regulation about 100 % smoke free area for protect children from smoke exposure on all place.

Methods:
1. The study design was cross-sectional with data collection conducted during the months of May and June 2013 2. Case study on 8 provinces in Indonesia: Jakarta, West Java, East Java, Yogyakarta, Bali, South Sulawesi, South Sumatra, West Kalimantan 3. Direct interviews conducted on 1555 respondents 4. Instruments used in the form of semi-structured questionnaires demography

Results:
1. Respondents know that cigarette smoke other (Arol) detrimental to the health of children as much as 95.5%, and those exposed to secondhand smoke are particularly susceptible to the effects of smoking 88%. 2. Regarding exposure to cigarette smoke Respondent often expose in the workplace are 33%, Public places 63.2%, Public transport 43.9%, at home 21.6% respondent always exposed to secondhand smoke. 3. Respondent agreed regulations to ban smoking in public places and enclosed workplaces 55.9% and 55.7% agrees in all enclosed public spaces such as public transport and shopping centers

Conclusions:
1. Secondhand smoke exposure is danger for the health of the Children 2. Public Place are the higher place exposure to the cigarette 3. Public agreed about the regulation for 100 % smoke free area on all place 4. The government and Parliament to be more open to the voice of victims exposed to secondhand smoke by review the Health Law related to 100 % smoke Free Area.

Funding:
The Union.

CORRESPONDING AUTHOR:
Tri Ningsih   
Indonesia Institute For Social Development, Jakarta, Indonesia
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