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.

Developing and implementing a state-wide Aboriginal health promotion program: the process and factors influencing successful delivery

Wise M, Massi L, Rose M, Nancarrow H, Conigrave K, Bauman A, Hearn S (2012) Developing and implementing a state-wide Aboriginal health promotion program: the process and factors influencing successful delivery Health Promotion Journal of Australia; 23: (25-29)


Lack of folate improvement in high risk Indigenous Australian adults over an average of 6.5 years: a cohort study

D’Onise K, McDermott RA, Leonard D, Campbell SK (2012) Lack of folate improvement in high risk Indigenous Australian adults over an average of 6.5 years: a cohort study Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition; 21: (431-439)


A population-based investigation into inequalities amongst Indigenous mothers and newborns by place of residence in the Northern Territory, Australia

Steenkamp M, Rumbold A, Barclay L, Kildea S (2012) A population-based investigation into inequalities amongst Indigenous mothers and newborns by place of residence in the Northern Territory, Australia BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth; 12: 44 Retrieved from http://www.biomedcentral.com/content/pdf/1471-2393-12-44.pdf


Appropriate health promotion for Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities: crucial for closing the gap

Demaio A, Drysdale M, de Courten M (2012) Appropriate health promotion for Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities: crucial for closing the gap Global Health Promotion; 19: (58-62)


Aboriginal Health Workers experience multilevel barriers to quitting smoking: a qualitative study

Dawson AP, Cargo M, Stewart H, Chong A, Daniel M (2012) Aboriginal Health Workers experience multilevel barriers to quitting smoking: a qualitative study International Journal for Equity in Health; 11: (1-21)


A risky business? Health and physical activity from the perspectives of urban Australian Indigenous young people

Nelson AL, Macdonald D, Abbott RA (2012) A risky business? Health and physical activity from the perspectives of urban Australian Indigenous young people Health, Risk & Society; 14: (325-340)


Stay strong and healthy – it’s worth it: campaign materials

NSW Ministry of Health (2012) Stay strong and healthy – it’s worth it: campaign materials Sydney: NSW Ministry of Health This resource package contains educational materials designed for pregnant Aboriginal women, their partners, and families.


“I know it’s bad for me and yet I do it”: exploring the factors that perpetuate smoking in Aboriginal health workers – a qualitative study

Dawson AP, Cargo M, Stewart H, Chong A, Daniel M (2012) “I know it’s bad for me and yet I do it”: exploring the factors that perpetuate smoking in Aboriginal health workers – a qualitative study BMC Health Services Research; 12: 102 Retrieved 25 April 2012 from http://www.biomedcentral.com/1472-6963/12/102/abstract


The risk status, screening history and health concerns of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people attending an Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service

Stewart JM, Sanson-Fisher RW, Eades S, Fitzgerald M (2012) The risk status, screening history and health concerns of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people attending an Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service Drug and Alcohol Review; 31: (617–624)


Blow away the smokes

This website focuses on the No smokes North Coast, blow away the smokes project, that aims to minimise the harmful impact of tobacco smoking on the health and wellbeing of Aboriginal people on the Mid and North Coast of NSW.


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