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Amy Broadfield

MSc student, School of Pharmacy, University of Lincoln, UK

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Electronic cigarettes for smoking cessation in pregnancy: a nation–wide mixed methods study

This nationwide mixed-methods study used a sequential quantitative-qualitative design. The quantitative elements were the main focus, complemented by a qualitative component. A survey tool was...

Midwives' recommendation of electronic cigarettes as a smoking cessation strategy in pregnancy

Electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) were first introduced in China in 2004 (Dockrell et al, 2013); however, their use has only become widespread in recent years (Bareham et al, 2016). An e-cigarette...

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