Learn How to Conduct Secondhand Smoke
Valid air monitoring studies have proven to have a profound effect on educating the public and policy makers on the dangers of secondhand smoke exposure and informing the debate around smoke-free policy initiatives.
Recent technological advances have provided relatively inexpensive portable instruments, such as the TSI Sidepak AM510 Aerosol Monitor, that can measure and record in real-time the levels of tobacco smoke pollutants in the air.
This online course will help researchers who have been provided a SidePak Aerosol Monitor through the Roswell Park Cancer Institute to conduct air monitoring research in their country.
See an introduciton to the upcoming online video course.
As part of this study you are required to email your data files and observational notes to Roswell Park for additional analysis.
You will also have an opportunity to provide feedback regarding the Air Monitor course available on this site.