Survey of Aboriginal smokers' and ex-smokers' knowledge, attitudes and behaviours in Central Australia 2016-2017
Objective: To examine tobacco knowledge, attitudes and behaviours of community members in Central Australia and to compare these by participant's location (town or remote community). Design: Community-based survey of 165 smokers and recent ex-smokers. Outcome measures: Knowledge was assessed using responses to questions on the health risk of smoking (e.g. lung cancer) and knowledge of quit support services. Attitudes towards smoking were assessed using statements that asked participant...[Show more]
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