Perceptions of emerging tobacco products and nicotine replacement therapy among pregnant women and women planning a pregnancy☆

@inproceedings{England2016PerceptionsOE,
  title={Perceptions of emerging tobacco products and nicotine replacement therapy among pregnant women and women planning a pregnancy☆},
  author={Lucinda Jane England and Van T Tong and A. R. Koblitz and Julia Kish-Doto and Molly Lynch and Brian G. Southwell},
  booktitle={Preventive medicine reports},
  year={2016}
}
The increasing availability of emerging non-combusted tobacco products (snus, dissolvables, and electronic nicotine delivery systems or ENDS) may have implications for pregnant women and women of reproductive age. We conducted 15 focus groups to explore how women perceive emerging non-combusted tobacco products and nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) in general, and during pregnancy. Sessions were held in 2013 in four U.S. cities. Participants were 18-40 years old and were pregnant smokers… CONTINUE READING
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