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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin
 

Tackling smoking

 

Overview

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. Mentoring is provided to support the Tackling smoking workforce through onsite visits, meetings and monthly teleconference meetings. Subsidiary programs tailored for women include Maternal health tackling smoking project and Stickin' it up the smokes.

Abstract adapted from the Aboriginal Health Council of South Australia

Contacts

Harold Stewart
Aboriginal Health Council of South Australia
9 King William Road
PO Box 981
Unley SA 5061
Ph: (08) 8273 7200
Email: harold.stewart@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: 5 December 2012
 
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