Topics: Tobacco use

This list is a topic specific collection of information relevant to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health. It includes peer reviewed original articles and reports and non-peer reviewed summaries or reviews published in the HealthBulletin. Journal articles, reports and other publications, conference presentations, theses, resources and websites published or presented elsewhere are also included. Please see the about section for further information.

Toward making inroads in reducing the disparity of lung health in Australian indigenous and new zealand māori children

Chang AB, Marsh RL, Upham JW, Hoffman LR, Smith-Vaughan H, Holt D, Toombs M, Byrnes C, Yerkovich ST, Torzillo PJ, O’Grady KA, Grimwood K (2015) Toward making inroads in reducing the disparity of lung health in Australian indigenous and new zealand māori children Pediatric Pulmonology; 3: 9 Retrieved February 2015 from http://dx.doi.org/10.3389/fped.2015.00009 View article: Toward […]


Provision of antenatal smoking cessation support: a survey with pregnant Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women

Passey M, Sanson-Fisher RW (2015) Provision of antenatal smoking cessation support: a survey with pregnant Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women Nicotine & Tobacco Research; Advance Access: ()


Sexual behaviour, drug use and health service use by young Noongar people in Western Australia: a snapshot

Williams R, Lawrence C, Wilkes E, Shipp M, Henry B, Eades S, Mathers B, Kaldor J, Maher L, Gray D (2014) Sexual behaviour, drug use and health service use by young Noongar people in Western Australia: a snapshot Sexual Health; Online Early: ()


‘Imagine if I gave up smoking …’: a qualitative exploration of Aboriginal participants’ perspectives of a self-management pilot training intervention

Chapple K, Kowanko I, Harvey P, Chong A, Battersby M (2015) ‘Imagine if I gave up smoking …’: a qualitative exploration of Aboriginal participants’ perspectives of a self-management pilot training intervention Australian Journal of Primary Health; Online Early: ()


Smoking cessation and tobacco abuse prevention in Indigenous populations

Carson K (2015) Smoking cessation and tobacco abuse prevention in Indigenous populations Evidence Base; 2014(3) Retrieved 14 January 2015 from https://journal.anzsog.edu.au/publications/19/EvidenceBase%202014Issue3Version1.pdf


Social media and mobile apps for health promotion in Australian Indigenous populations: scoping review

Brusse C, Gardner K, McAullay D, Dowden M (2014) Social media and mobile apps for health promotion in Australian Indigenous populations: scoping review Journal of Medical Internet Research; 16(12): e280 Retrieved 10 December 2014 from http://dx.doi.org/10.2196/jmir.3614


Knowledge Centre web resource providing information support to Aboriginal AOD workers and communities

Hoareau J (2014) Knowledge Centre web resource providing information support to Aboriginal AOD workers and communities The Chronicle; 26: (32-33)


Using the risk behaviour diagnosis scale to understand Australian aboriginal smoking – a cross-sectional validation survey in regional New South Wales

Gould GS, Watt K, Cadet-James Y, Clough AR (2014) Using the risk behaviour diagnosis scale to understand Australian aboriginal smoking – a cross-sectional validation survey in regional New South Wales Preventive Medicine Reports; In press: ()


Kick the habit: a social marketing campaign by Aboriginal communities in NSW

Campbell MA, Finlay S, Lucas K, Neal N, Williams R (2014) Kick the habit: a social marketing campaign by Aboriginal communities in NSW Australian Journal of Primary Health; 20: (327-333)


Aboriginal health: agreement between general practitioners and patients on their health risk status and screening history

Stewart JM, Sanson-Fisher R, Eades S, D’Este C (2014) Aboriginal health: agreement between general practitioners and patients on their health risk status and screening history Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health; Early view: ()


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