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Preventing Aboriginal Maternal Smoking banner

This section provides details and links for programs and projects that address tobacco use among pregnant Aboriginal women.

Details and links (where available) relating to relevant programs, projects and lessons learned are collected here.

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Title Reach Focus
A Woman Centred Approach to Aboriginal Women's Smoking WA
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Worker/Practitioner Training Pathway Model Project NT, QLD, WA
Aboriginal Child Health Team (Child and Adolescent Community Health) WA
Aboriginal Maternal Health Program WA
Be Our Ally Beat Smoking (BOABS) Study WA
Better health with Aboriginal Health Workers at King Edward Memorial Hospital WA
Beyond the big smoke WA
Boodjari Yorgas Family Care Program WA
Developing persuasive messages to support rural Aboriginal Australians to quit smoking National
Feet first (Thoolngoonj bowirn) WA
Health Matters WA
Healthy for life maternal and child health program WA
Indigenous Women's Project: Newborns Asthma and Parental Smoking (NAPS) WA
KidsQuit Smoking Cessation Brief Interventions NSW
Maambart maam: my father WA
Maternal health tackling smoking program SA
Moorditj boodjaree yorgers (maternal health program) WA
Moort Boodjari Mia WA
No More Nyumree WA
No Smokes National
Last updated: 25 March 2017
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