Maori nurses and smoking; conflicted identities and motivations for smoking cessation

@inproceedings{Gifford2013MaoriNA,
  title={Maori nurses and smoking; conflicted identities and motivations for smoking cessation},
  author={Heather Hyland Gifford and Lauretta Walker and Jill M Clendon and Denise M. Wilson and Amohia SnameBoulton Boulton},
  year={2013}
}
This two part study sought to design and test a smoking cessation intervention aimed at reducing smoking and relapse amongst Maori nurses who smoke. 410 responses were received from a survey sent to Maori RNs, student nurses, and community health workers in the NZNO database who were both smokers and non-smokers. Key determinants of smoking stated by the respondents included stress associated with poverty, social norms within the whanau or community, and colonisation. The choice to quit was… CONTINUE READING

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