Quit for Good Follow up Study 2018-2020
Hikuroa, Evelyn; Tuivaiti, C.; Lambert, E.
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Citation:Hikuroa, E., Tuivaiti, C., & Lambert, E. (2020, October). Quit for Good Follow up Study 2018-2020. Paper presented at the Unitec Research Symposium, Mount Albert Campus, Unitec.
Permanent link to Research Bank record:https://hdl.handle.net/10652/5044
Background: nurses mandated to help people quite smoking Māori and smoking : Māori nurses smoke more than other nurses - what help can be offered? Quit for Good 2014 - Offer help as students Quite for Good Follow up study - 2018-2020 - Now registered nurses - what's changed "As I expected Quitline incited quite a flurry of nasty racist & anti-smoker attitude with their fb post.” Method 2018 Support for patients and whānau to quit Quitting support in the workplace Attitudes of others about money to quit 2020 Senior Registered Nurses Do standard quit smoking interventions help? Māori nurses as role models Quitting support in nursing education References