Christopher Seitz PhD.

Education: DrPH; Community Health Education; University of North Carolina at Greensboro; 2013, MPH; Community Health Education; University of North Carolina at Greensboro; 2009, BS; Health Science; Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania; 2006, AAS; Medical Laboratory Science; Stevenson University; 2004. Professional Affiliations/Organizations: American Public Health Association (APHA); Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE); North Carolina Society for Public Health Education (NC SOPHE); North Carolina Public Health Association (NCPHA); Society For Research On Nicotine and Tobacco (SRNT). Research Interests: • Tobacco-free policies • Public health advocacy via “photovoice” (the community’s use of photography exhibits to ask decision makers for changes to policy and environment

There are 7 included publications by Christopher Seitz PhD.:

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Burn Injuries Caused By E-Cigarette Explosions: A Systematic Review Of Published Cases 2018 54 E-cigarettes have the potential to cause burns from batteries that explode. Although e-cigarette explosion burns have been reported by the media (e.g. local online news, blogs), there is a need for a comprehensive review of published medical case rep...
Enforcement Of Smoke/Tobacco-Free Policies At Public Universities In The US 2018 36 Objective: In this study, we examined how smoke/tobacco-free campuses are enforced at 4-year public universities in the United States. Methods: During September of 2016, smoke-free and tobacco-free policies of 4- year, public universities were locate...
Monitoring Outdoor Tobacco Policies Of Virginia Colleges: A Descriptive Analysis 2018 49 Purpose: The purpose of this study was to monitor current outdoor tobacco policies of colleges within the state of Virginia. Methods: The tobacco policies of 2-year public colleges, 4-year public colleges, and 4-year private non-profit colleges in Vi...
The Reading Level Of Government And Voluntary Health Organization Smoking Cessation Websites: A Descriptive Analysis 2017 43 Background: The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (USDHHS) recommends that health material be written at or below a sixth-grade reading level to ensure readability. Purpose: The aim of this study was to investigate the readability of online ...
Student Experiences With Community-Based Enforcement Of A Smoke-Free University 2018 41 A common approach to enforcing a university smoke-free policy is through “community-based” enforcement, in which the entire campus community is responsible for asking smokers in violation to abide by the policy. The purpose of the study was to explor...
Student, Faculty, And Staff Approval Of University Smoke/Tobacco-Free Policies: An Analysis Of Campus Newspaper Articles 2018 42 Objective: To provide a nontraditional source of data to university policymakers regarding student, faculty, and staff approval of university smoke/tobacco-free policies, as published through campus newspaper articles. Methods: From January to April ...
Students At Risk Of Being Marked On By Peers Due To Alcohol Poisoning: An Exploratory Study 2017 24 This study explored the behavior of bystanders at parties who use markers to draw on intoxicated college students who show symptoms of alcohol poisoning, rather than helping those students. Half (50%) of the study’s 111 students reported being at a p...