Adam Lippert, PhD, who recently completed a fellowship at the Harvard Pop Center, comments on the role that e-cigarettes may be playing in cultivating future conventional smokers in this piece on Reuters. Photo: Vaping360 on Flickr
What is role of school context in rapid rise of adolescent e-cigarette use?
Harvard Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health & Society program alum Adam Lippert, PhD, and former Harvard Bell Fellow Daniel Corsi, PhD, have authored a study published in the journal Health & Place that examines the influence that particular school environments may have on e-cigarette use among adolescence. Photo: Mike Mozart, Flickr
Childhood abuse linked to mental illness among chronically homeless
Harvard Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health & Society Scholar Adam Lippert, PhD, is lead author on a study published in Sociological Inquiry that finds that the chronically homeless – a population much more likely to suffer from mental illness – are also more likely to have experienced early childhood abuse, a risk factor frequently overlooked during clinical intake, which typically focuses more on current risks, such as chronic illness, nighttime sleeping…
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Are Adolescent Smokers Using E-Cigarettes to Help Them Quit?
One of our RWJF Health & Society Scholars, Adam Lippert, PhD, has recently published a paper on which adolescent subgroups are using e-cigarettes and whether they are using them to help them quit smoking. The study has been published in the American Journal of Health Promotion.
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