Developing practice with health and social care professionals on smoking and pregnancy in Northern Ireland

Elaine O'Doherty, Karen Casson, Mary Black, Felicity Hasson, Maureen Griffith

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This paper describes Phases One and Two of a project on smoking, cessation in pregnancy: the process of reaching consensus and developing feasible, evidence-based guidelines. Phase Three of the project is piloting the guidelines, and Phase Four is ascertaining how women feel about use of the guidelines.The framework of nine key points is for use by any health and social care professional, and is being piloted in one health and social services board area in Northern Ireland. It is envisaged that the impact of the framework will becomplemented by local policy, and education and training on holistic approaches for professionals.
LanguageEnglish
Pages297-307
JournalHealth Education Journal
Volume59
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Publication statusPublished - Dec 2000

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  • pregnancy
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(unpublished conference paper), November 1998. 39 New players for a new era-leading health promotion into the 21st Century. Jakarta 21-25 July 1997. In: Health Promotion International 1998: (13)2: 261-4. 40 King L, Hawe P, Wise M. Making dissemination a two-way process. Health Promotion International 1998: (133): 237-44.

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