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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin
 

Stickin' it up the smokes

 

Overview

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. This program was launched in March 2012 and aims to decrease smoking rates among pregnant Aboriginal women. It forms part of the Aboriginal Health Council of South Australia's Maternal health tackling smoking project.

Abstract adapted from the Aboriginal Health Council of South Australia

Contacts

Mary-Anne Williams or Andrea Murphy
Stickin' it up the smokes program
Aboriginal Health Council of South Australia
Ph: (08) 8273 7200
Email: Mary-anne.williams@ahcsa.org.au
Email: Andrea.murphy@ahcsa.org.au

Related publications

Aboriginal Health and Medical Research Council of NSW (2012)

2012 A-TRAC symposium Smoke Free Futures presentations.

Paper presented at the 2nd AH & MRC Tobacco Resistance and Control Symposium: Smoke Free Futures. 8-9th August 2012,

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Last updated: 26 February 2013
 
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