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-Using Incentives to Encourage Smoking Abstinence Among Pregnant Indigenous Women? A Feasibility StudyUniversity of Auckland; University of Auckland; University of Northampton; Institute for Social Marketing
-Novel means of using cigarette packaging and cigarettes to communicate health risk and cessation messages: A qualitative studyInstitute for Social Marketing; Institute for Social Marketing; Institute for Social Marketing; Institute for Social Marketing
-Preventing smoking in young people: a systematic review of the impact of point of sale interventionsBritish Columbia Centre of Excellence for Women's Health; British Columbia Centre of Excellence for Women's Health; British Columbia Centre of Excellence for Women's Health; British Columbia Centre of Excellence for Women's Health; British Columbia Centre of Excellence for Women's Health; University of British Columbia; Institute for Social Marketing; Provincial Health Services Authority, Vancouver; University of Edinburgh
-Why are some people more successful at lifestyle change than others? Factors associated with successful weight loss in the BeWEL randomised controlled trial of adults at risk of colorectal cancerInstitute for Social Marketing; University of Dundee; University of Dundee; Institute for Social Marketing; University of Dundee; University of Dundee; University of Dundee
-Perspectives on financial incentives to health service providers for increasing breast feeding and smoking quit rates during pregnancy: a mixed methods studyUniversity of Central Lancashire; University of Aberdeen; University of Central Lancashire; University of Aberdeen; University of Central Lancashire; University of Aberdeen; Institute for Social Marketing; University of Aberdeen
-Support for community pharmacy-based alcohol interventions: A Scottish general public surveyInstitute for Social Marketing; Robert Gordon University; Robert Gordon University; University of Aberdeen; Robert Gordon University
-Adolescent girls and young adult women's perceptions of superslims cigarette packaging: a qualitative studyInstitute for Social Marketing; Institute for Social Marketing; Institute for Social Marketing; Institute for Social Marketing