Developing anti-tobacco messages for Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples: evidence from a national cross-sectional survey

@inproceedings{Gould2014DevelopingAM,
  title={Developing anti-tobacco messages for Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples: evidence from a national cross-sectional survey},
  author={Gillian S Gould and Kerrianne Watt and Leah C Stevenson and Andy McEwen and Yvonne L Cadet-James and Alan R. Clough},
  booktitle={BMC public health},
  year={2014}
}
BACKGROUND Smoking rates in Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples remain high, with limited impact of government measures for many subgroups. The aim of this cross-sectional study was to investigate differences in organisational practice for developing anti-tobacco messages for these target populations. METHODS Telephone interviews were conducted with 47 organisation representatives using a structured questionnaire based on health communication and health promotion… CONTINUE READING
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