Factors relating to the uptake of interventions for smoking cessation amongst pregnant women: a systematic review and qualitative synthesis

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Baxter, S.; Everson-Hock, E.S.; Messina, J.; Guillaume, L.; Burrows, J.; Goyder, E.;
(2010)
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press

Introduction\ud The review had the aim of investigating factors enabling or discouraging the uptake of smoking cessation services by pregnant women smokers.\ud \ud Methods\ud The literature was searched for papers relating to the delivery of services to pregnant or rece... View more
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    Tod (2003) Perception of a negative effect of advice given in a judgemental manner. Perception of being judged led women to continue smoking as they were upset and saw it as a position of defiance. Women's mobility to attend smoking cessation services was affected by a lack of transport and alternative child care. Only domiciliary or very local services were accessible. The provision of crèche facilities, appointment systems or telephone counselling was suggested.

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