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N S W Public Health Bull. 2008 Mar-Apr;19(3-4):65-7.

Tobacco and aboriginal people in NSW.

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  • Illawarra Aboriginal Medical Service, Australia. rowenaivers@bigpond.com

Abstract

Tobacco use is a major cause of morbidity and mortality for Aboriginal people in NSW. Few interventions to reduce the harm resulting from tobacco use have been developed specifically for this population. However, brief interventions for smoking cessation, pharmacotherapies such as nicotine replacement therapy, bupropion and varenicline, quit groups and interventions aimed at reducing smoking by pregnant women and hospital inpatients are likely to be effective. Broader population interventions such as anti-tobacco advertising, price rises for tobacco products and prevention of sales to minors are also likely to be effective in reducing the harm resulting from tobacco use.

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