Research recommendation(s) from an individual piece of guidance
|Guidance:||Quitting smoking in pregnancy and following childbirth|
|Date issued:||June 2010|
Research recommendations coming out of this guidance
- What are the most effective and cost-effective ways of helping particular groups of people who smoke to stop around the time of pregnancy? These groups include‚?¶
- What factors explain why some women who become pregnant spontaneously quit smoking? How do social factors (such as the smoking status of friends and family)
- Within a UK context, are incentives an acceptable, effective and cost-effective way to help women who smoke to quit the habit when they are pregnant or after they
- What are the most effective and cost-effective ways of preventing women who have quit smoking from relapsing, either during pregnancy or following childbirth?
- Within a UK context, which types of self-help materials (including new media) help women who smoke to quit when they are pregnant or after they have recently‚?¶
- How can more women (including teenagers) who smoke and are pregnant or who have recently given birth be encouraged to use stop-smoking services?
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