Translating evidence based smoking cessation care for pregnant Indigenous smokers [ 2019 - 2020 ]

Research Grant

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Researchers: A/Pr Gillian Gould (Principal investigator)

Brief description Smoking is a major cause of poor health in mothers and babies, yet smoking rates remain high in Indigenous pregnant women. This fellowship supports a trial of a culturally competent targeted intervention for Indigenous pregnant women who smoke. The intervention provides webinar training of health providers in participating Aboriginal Medical Services. A control group will use their standard care practices. Smoking rates of the women cared for by health providers in each group will be compared.

Funding Amount $AUD 181,065.66

Funding Scheme Translating Research into Practice Fellowships

Notes Translating Research into Practice Fellowship

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