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Title: Reducing Smoking Among Mothers: The FACET Program
Author: Bottorff, Joan; Poole, Nancy; FACET Investigative Team
Subject Keywords reducing smoking;stop smoking;mothers;moms;family;FACET project;smoking cessation;programs;tobacco reduction;women;Couples & Smoking: What You Need To Know;booklet
Issue Date: 2009
Publicly Available in cIRcle 2011-08-09
Publisher Canadian Institutes of Health Research
Citation: Bottorff, J.L., Poole, N. and the FACET research team (2009). Reducing smoking among mothers: The FACET Program. In Knowledge to action: A knowledge translation casebook. (pp. 35-37). Ottawa, ON: Canadian Institutes of Health Research.
Abstract: The Families Controlling and Eliminating Tobacco (FACET) Program analyzed the reasons that standard smoking cessation programs don't work for females. As a result the booklet called "Couples and Smoking: What You Need to Know" was created for pregnant and postpartum women. Findings from the FACET research plus the factors that made the booklet successful are discussed in this resource.
Affiliation: Nursing, School of (HSD) (Okanagan)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2429/36620
Peer Review Status: Unreviewed
Scholarly Level: Faculty

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