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Reducing Smoking In The ACT among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Women Who Are Pregnant Or Who Have Young Children

 

Overview

This research project identified strategies to address high smoking rates amongst Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander pregnant women in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT). Stakeholders involved in providing care and support to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women who are pregnant or who have young children were the main focus of the project.

The project involved scoping the literature and conducting discussions with the stakeholders, who came from:

The findings and recommendations from the project were reported to various ACT health policy groups.

Contacts

Alcohol Tobacco and Other Drug Association (ATODA)
11 Rutherford Crescent Ainslie ACT 2602
PO Box 7187 Watson ACT 2602
Ph: (02) 6255 4070
Fax: (02) 6255 4649
Email: info@atoda.org.au

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Last updated: 29 May 2017
 
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