Post-partum intention to resume smoking.

  title={Post-partum intention to resume smoking.},
  author={Kathrin R{\"o}ske and Wolfgang Hann{\"o}ver and Julia Grempler and Jochen Ren{\'e} Thyrian and Hans-Juergen Rumpf and U. John and Ulfert Hapke},
  journal={Health education research},
  volume={21 3},
Little is known about the motivational background of smoking after a period of nicotine abstinence during pregnancy. The study examines the intention to resume smoking (IRS) in the post-partum period and its predictive value for smoking within 12 months post-partum. In a sample of 301 women recruited from obstetric wards who reported having stopped smoking during pregnancy, data on IRS, sociodemographic variables, recent smoking behaviour and smoking in the social network were collected… CONTINUE READING

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