Assessing the accuracy of self-reported smoking status and impact of passive smoke exposure among pregnant Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women using cotinine biochemical validation.

@article{Gilligan2009AssessingTA,
  title={Assessing the accuracy of self-reported smoking status and impact of passive smoke exposure among pregnant Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women using cotinine biochemical validation.},
  author={Conor Gilligan and Robert W. Sanson-Fisher and Sandra J. Eades and Mark Wenitong and Kathryn S. Panaretto and Catherine A D'este},
  journal={Drug and alcohol review},
  year={2009},
  volume={29 1},
  pages={
          35-40
        }
}
INTRODUCTION AND AIMS A significant level of misreport or error occurs during questionnaire-based assessment of smoking behaviour. Failure to measure environmental tobacco smoke, and participant's inclination to under-report their smoking raise questions as to the accuracy of assessment. In order to establish an estimation of the possible error associated with such assessment, the accuracy of self-reported smoking status among a group of pregnant Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women was… CONTINUE READING
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