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Kichi chistemaw pimatisiwin: tobacco as the way of life: facilitator's guide & handbook. Smoking reduction program for Aborigi
Contains all the tools needed to create a thirteen week program, including traditional teachings about the use of tobacco.
ABC of smoking cessation: why people smoke  
http://bmj.bmjjournals.com/cgi/content/full/328/7434/277
Examines the social, economical, personal, and political influences that play a part in determining who starts smoking , who gives up, and who continues. (See Details)
Published: 2004
Benefits of quiting  
http://www.pauktuutit.ca/tobacco/pdf/Brochures/Benefits/English.pdf
Describes the immediate and long term benefits to quiting smoking and chewing tobacco. Written for Inuit peoples, including youth, men, women, and elders. (See Details)
Published: 1996
Women and tobacco: a framework for action
Provides a litterature review on women and tobacco, as well as gender differences in tobacco use.
Published: 1995
Ekayotighat taimaaktiknikot: malikayaghak taimaagahoaklotit higaaknik, oilaaniklo  
http://www.pauktuutit.ca/tobacco/pdf/Brochures/Quitting/Inuinnaqtun.pdf
Discusses physical responses to quitting smoking and suggestions for handling cravings, in Inuinnaqtun. Provides ideas to avoid smoking in the future. Written for Inuit communities. (See Details)
Published: 1996
Smoking cessation in pregnancy: a review of postpartum relapse prevention strategies  
http://www.jabfp.org/cgi/content/abstract/17/4/264?etoc
Reviews and examines existing research, current strategies, and directions for future research on smoking cessation relapse and relapse prevention in pregnancy and postpartum. Finds that few studies exist on how to prevent relapse. Argues that maintaining and accelerating progress in cessation during pregnancy and postpartum requires more research that focuses on relapse prevention and cessation. States that programs should incorporate stresses particular to postpartum women, should be part of routine health care, and should involve the woman’s social support network, including her partner, to maximize effectiveness. (See Details)
Published: 2004
Complementary therapies for quitting smoking  
http://www.informedhealthonline.org/item.aspx?hottopic=100121&version=full#4
Reports on the effectiveness of complementary therapies used by smokers trying to quit and cope with withdrawal symptoms and cravings. Based on Cochrane reviews. (See Details)
Published: 2004
Benefits of quiting (Inuktitut)  
http://www.pauktuutit.ca/tobacco/pdf/Brochures/Benefits/Inuktitut.pdf
Describes the immediate and long term benefits to quiting smoking and chewing tobacco, in Inuktitut. Written for Inuit peoples, including youth, men, women, and elders. (See Details)
Published: 1996
One step at a time: for smokers who don't want to quit
Offers some things to think about, and provides some practical tips that may relieve some of the stress connected to smoking.
Published: 2002
The money you save from not smoking  
http://www.pauktuutit.ca/tobacco/pdf/Brochures/Money/English.pdf
Looks at the amount of money spent on cigarettes, and shows what treats you could buy yourself with that money. Written for Inuit communities. (See Details)
Published: 1996