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Survey open about NoSmokes and anti-smoking behaviour in Indigenous young people

Date posted: 29 August 2017

The University of Canberra is conducting a research project to explore how the NoSmokes health campaign supports Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people to deal with smoking situations. The project will also explore whether accessing NoSmokes supports young people to stay quit or resist starting smoking.

This project will help the University to understand more about how online technology and social media can be used to support positive health behaviour, particularly in relation to smoking. Participants may also learn more about their own confidence in dealing with a number of different smoking situations.

To participate you must use NoSmokes (Facebook page, NoSmokes website, YouTube channel, or Instagram page) and be 16 years of age or older. The survey will take around 20-25 minutes.

Source: University of Canberra

Contacts

Researcher
Neeti Rangnath
Honours Student
Discipline of Psychology Faculty of Health
University of Canberra ACT 2601
Email: u3105740@uni.canberra.edu.au

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Last updated: 29 August 2017
 
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