From fetal health to women’s health: expanding the gaze on intervening on smoking during pregnancy

@inproceedings{Greaves2016FromFH,
  title={From fetal health to women’s health: expanding the gaze on intervening on smoking during pregnancy},
  author={Lorraine Greaves and Natalie Hemsing and Nancy Poole and Lauren R. Bialystok and Ren{\'e}e O’Leary},
  year={2016}
}
Smoking during pregnancy has long been a preoccupation of public health, eclipsing and delaying attention to women’s smoking and women’s health. Despite decades of intense attention within tobacco control to smoking and pregnancy, there have been few effective interventions developed with women who are pregnant and smoke and persistently high rates of relapse postpartum. We argue that a history of fetus-centric, individually oriented, decontextualized approaches have deterred interveners from… CONTINUE READING