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|Conference name||2nd AH & MRC Tobacco Resistance and Control Symposium: Smoke Free Futures|
|Publisher||Aboriginal Health and Medical Research Council of NSW|
|Date||8-9th August 2012|
The Stickin' it up the smokes program encourages young Aboriginal women in South Australia to give up smoking during pregnancy to have healthier, stronger babies.
The Maternal health tackling smoking program aims to increase the number of healthy birth-weight Aboriginal babies by reducing tobacco smoking among pregnant Aboriginal women in South Australia.
The Tackling smoking program is a state wide program that aims to reduce the initiation, prevalence and consumption of tobacco smoking among Aboriginal people in South Australia.
The Aboriginal Health and Medical Research Council (AH&amp;MRC) Tobacco resistance and control (A-TRAC) program aims to reduce smoking rates for Aboriginal people in New South Wales (NSW) by: shifting community attitudes away from the belief that smoking is normal increasing capacity of NSW Aboriginal community controlled health services (ACCHS) to undertake tobacco resistance and control activities increasing people's self-efficacy in their ability to quit smoking developing new and strengthening existing partnerships with key stakeholders.
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