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FACET 3

Translating knowledge into tailored interventions for women and men to address tobacco use during pregnancy and postpartum

Principal Investigators: Joan Bottorff, John Oliffe
Co-Investigators:
Ann Dauphinee, Lorraine Greaves, Patricia Hill, Zahra Hussein, Nancy Poole, Bhagat Radhika
Funding Agency: CIHR
Total:
$200,000
Project period: 2008 to 2010
Abstract:   This study is related to the FACET (Families Controlling and Eliminating Tobacco) program of research, which focuses tobacco use in families, specifically during pregnancy and post-partum.  The primary purpose of the FACET 3 study is to facilitate knowledge to action by using knowledge translation (KT) strategies to support the implementation of innovative gender-specific tobacco reduction (TR) interventions targeting pregnant/postpartum women who smoke, and fathers that smoke. We will undertake these KT activities with the assistance of a knowledge broker (KB), and in collaboration with stakeholders (including mothers and fathers who smoke or who have reduced/quit).
For additional information: Please see www.facet.ubc.ca

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