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ABOUT

The NDIT (Nicotine Dependence in Teens) Study is a 20-year prospective cohort investigation of 1294 students recruited in 1999-2000 from all grade 7 classes in 10 secondary schools in Montreal, Canada. Its main objectives were to describe the the natural course and determinants (genetic, socio-demographic, psychosocial, and environmental) of smoking onset and nicotine dependence.

 

In addition to its main objectives, NDIT has embedded studies on obesity, blood pressure, physical activity, sedentary behaviour, diet, genetics, substance use, gambling, sleep and mental health.

 

Peer-Reviewed Publications

See the complete list of peer-reviewed publications.

Knowledge Translation

Read more about exciting new findings, media mentions, and the team presence at conferences.

Access to Data

Read more about how you can work with the study data.

 
 

PARTICIPANTS

It's incredible that the NDIT Study has turned 20 years-old this year!

 

We would like to thank you once again for your ongoing participation in NDIT. If you have not yet participated in the 23rd data collection wave, it's not too late! Data collection will continue until Summer 2020.

 

As always, it's a great pleasure to work with you and we thank you for making this important project possible. Together, we CAN make a difference in reducing cigarette smoking in Canada!

 

TEAM

Core team

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Jennifer O'Loughlin

Principal Investigator

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Marie-Pierre Sylvestre

Co-Principal Investigator

Interviewers

Annie Pelekanakis 

Students

To date, 24 Msc students, 16 PhD students and 7 Post Docs have used data from the NDIT Study for their dissertations and projects.

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Members of our research team answered questions about their professional path and their work.

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ANNIE PELEKANAKIS

MSc Public Health candidate and interviewer for the NDIT study

1. What is your academic path and some exciting moments from your studies?

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2. What is your main role as an interviewer?

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3. How does stress, coping, and depression coexist during adolescence?

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PARTNERS

 
 

CONTACT

We would love to hear from you!

For any inquiries, questions or comments, please call: (514) 890-8000 etx.15858 or etx.31482, or fill out the following form.

Contact Us

Centre de recherche du Centre hospitalier de l'université de Montréal

850, rue Saint-Denis, S03-466
Montréal (Québec)  H2X 0A9

 

nditstudy23@gmail.com

erika.dugas@crchum.qc.ca

Tel: (514) 890-8000 ext.15858

       (514) 890-8000 ext.31482

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