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Let’s talk about secondhand smoke: A Gitxsan TRYAMF (Tobacco Reduction for Young Aboriginal Mothers and Families) community report

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Title: Let’s talk about secondhand smoke: A Gitxsan TRYAMF (Tobacco Reduction for Young Aboriginal Mothers and Families) community report
Author: Bottorff, Joan
Subject Keywords second hand smoke;mothers;children;kids;aboriginal;smoking;Hazeltons;Gitxsan;communities;pregnant;parents;effects of smoking;Wet’suwet’en;Kispiox;Glen Vowell;Gitsegukla;Hagwilget;Gitanmaax;Kitwanga;Two Mile;New Hazelton;Old Hazelton;South Hazelton;cigarettes;smoke exposure
Issue Date: 2010
Publicly Available in cIRcle 2011-08-09
Publisher UBC Okanagan
Citation: Bottorff, J.L. et al. (2010). Let’s talk about secondhand smoke: A Gitxsan TRYAMF (Tobacco Reduction for Young Aboriginal Mothers and Families) community report. Kelowna, BC: UBC Okanagan. Retrieved from http://www.cyhrnet.ca/pamphletsbrochures.php.
Abstract: This study grew out of concerns about the secondhand cigarette smoke exposure that women and children experience as they go about their daily lives in the Hazeltons and Gitxsan area. This project is a collaboration between the Gitxsan Health Society and Gitsegukla Health Programs and Services, First Nations and Inuit Health Branch, and the University of British Columbia.
Affiliation: Health and Social Development, Faculty of (HSD) (Okanagan)Nursing, School of (HSD) (Okanagan)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2429/36622
Peer Review Status: Unreviewed
Scholarly Level: Faculty

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