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Reducing Aboriginal children's tobacco smoke exposure in the Pilbara (Smoke free kids project)

 

Overview

This project supported organisations to develop smoke free policies, using a series of culturally secure strategies.

The Smoke free kids campaign was an extensive five-year research project in which members of the Hedland community and local service providers and businesses were surveyed, with the aim of helping reduce health-related risks due to smoking.

It was carried out by the Western Australian Centre for Rural Health (WACRH) and completed in 2011, with funding from Healthway.

Abstract adapted from Combined Universities Centre for Rural Health

Contacts

Western Australian Centre for Rural Health
167 Fitzgerald Street
Geraldton WA 6530
Ph: (08) 9956 0200
Fax: (08) 9964 2096

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Last updated: 21 December 2015
 
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