This discussion paper describes a Roundtable which brought together invited participants from the Aboriginal community controlled health service sector, government, research organisations, antenatal care services and tobacco control. The Roundtable provided an opportunity to raise issues and canvass different perspectives on the use of incentives to reduce smoking in pregnancy among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women.

Author M. Hefler & D. Thomas
Type Publications
Year 2013
The Use of Incentives to Stop Smoking in Pregnancy among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Women
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