A Qualitative Mini-Study of Young Adults Who Use Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems (ENDS)
Beth Muriel Tremblay, MSN, School of Nursing, Duquesne University, Williamsburg, Virginia, USA
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A focused ethnographic mini-study that explores the beliefs, values, and experiences of young adults who vape. Data were collected through interview with semi-structured question guide. Ten categories were identified and three patterns subsequently emerged; Feeling Shamed about Vaping, Uncertainty of Health Implications and, Positive Sensory Experiences. Further research is needed.
Leadership Connection 2018: Transformative Nursing Leadership, September 15-18, 2018. Indianapolis, Indiana, USA.
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