Creating a Culture of College Health: Service-Learners...

Students in an upper level undergraduate Educational Psychology course participated in a semester-long service-learning project utilizing the Positive Community Norms model as a means to reduce the use of electronic nicotine delivery system products (ENDS), and support a tobacco-free campus policy shift. The goal of the service-learning initiative was to engage students in an educational effort to change community perceptions regarding ENDS products and ultimately reduce the rate of tobacco use among the college population.

Keywords: APRCSL, College Students, Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems (ENDS), Health Promotion, Positive Community Norms, service-learning, tobacco.

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