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Women and Tobacco: A Casebook

WomenandTobaccoCasebook -coverThis casebook is intended for a range of audiences and can be used in a number of ways. Health and social service providers looking for ways to expand their practices or to gain a stronger understanding of women and tobacco issues will find an introduction to better and promising practices for working with women. Program planners and community organizations will find resources and ideas for addressing the impact of tobacco on girls and women in their individual contexts. Students, researchers, decision makers, and policy makers new to the field of tobacco or who are interested in learning more about applying a gender analysis to tobacco control will find a range of practical examples.
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Trauma Informed Practice Guide

Trauma Informed Practice Guide cvrEmily Arthur, Amanda Seymour, Michelle Dartnall, Paula Beltgens, Nancy Poole, Diane Smylie, Naomi North, and Rose Schmidt
Initial draft authors: Cristine Urquhart and Fran Jasiura of Change Talk Associates
British Columbia Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health; BC Ministry of Health, Mental Health and Substance Use Branch; and Vancouver Isl
and Health Authority, Youth and Family Substance Use Services, 2013

The Trauma-Informed Practice (TIP) Guide was developed collaboratively to support the application of trauma-informed principles into practice and policy, by clinics, agencies and groups assisting clients with mental health and substance use concerns in British Columbia.

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Liberation! Helping Women Quit Smoking: A Brief Tobacco-Intervention Guide

Liberation cvr smCristine Urquhart, Frances Jasiura, Nancy Poole, Tasnim Nathoo and Lorraine Greaves
British Columbia Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health, 2012

This guide offers support to service providers in diverse contexts (e.g. within transition houses, community mental health teams, or primary health care) to start a conversation with women about their smoking and the possibility of quitting.

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Supporting Pregnant and Parenting Women Who Use Substances: What Communities are Doing to Help

Supporting Pregnant and Parenting Women Who Use SubstancesCanada FASD Research Network’s Action Team on Prevention from A Women’s Health Determinants Perspective, 2012

In this document, we profile the development of single-access programs in four different communities and talk about why this type of program works.

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Careful measures: An exploration of the sex and gender dimensions of a deprivation index

Careful MeasuresEditors: M.J. Haworth-Brockman, H. Isfeld, A. Pederson, B. Clow, A. Liwander and B.A. Kinniburgh
British Columbia Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health, 2011

This project explored the opportunities for and the limitations of one deprivation index to represent the different experiences of men and of women in Canada by conducting SGBA of the indicators included in the index and calculating the index by sex using Statistics Canada’s Census data for Vancouver, Winnipeg and Halifax. Our purpose was to examine the gendered dimensions of the indicators included in the index and the potential implications of its application by sex for addressing health disparities.

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Expecting to Quit: A Best-Practices Review of Smoking Cessation Interventions for Pregnant and Postpartum Girls and Women

Expecting to Quit 2nd edition 1Lorraine Greaves, Nancy Poole, Chizimuzo T.C. Okoli, Natalie Hemsing, Annie Qu, Lauren Bialystok and Renée O’Leary; British Columbia Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health, 2011

This revised edition reviews research and intervention development in the years since the first edition was published in 2003. It reflects recent emerging interventions and better practices with a variety of groups of pregnant and postpartum women, with an added section on high-risk populations of pregnant smokers.

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Physical Activity for Marginalized Women in British Columbia: A Discussion Paper

Physical Activity for Marginalized Women Discussion Paper cvrPamela Ponic, Rehana Nanjijuma, Ann Pederson, Nancy Poole and Jenny Scott
BC Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health & ProMOTION Plus, 2011

BC Centre of Excellence in Women’s Health and ProMOTION Plus have conducted an environmental scan on Physical Activity for Marginalized Women in BC. Our aim in the scan was to learn more about the current context for and activities being facilitated to promote physical activity for marginalized women at provincial and local levels in BC.

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Le renoncement au tabac et la grossesse: Un examen des pratiques exemplaires de renoncement au tabac conçues pour les filles et les femmes pendant la grossesse et la période postnatale

ETQ 2nd edition_French coverLorraine Greaves, Nancy Poole, Chizimuzo T.C. Okoli, Natalie Hemsing, Annie Qu, Lauren Bialystok et Renée O’Leary; British Columbia Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health, 2011

Ce rapport examine les interventions conçues pour réduire ou éliminer le tabagisme durant la grossesse. Pour ce qui est des recherches sur les interventions ayant été publiées avant 2003, la méthodologie des « pratiques exemplaires » établie par Moyer, Cameron, Garcia et Maule (2002, p. 124) a été retenue. Pour celles qui ont été publiées après 2003, la méthodologie de l’examen systématique élaborée par le National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) (2006) du Royaume-Uni a été utilisée.

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Research Summary: Integrating Tobacco Cessation Interventions Into Mental Health, Substance Use and Anti-Violence Services

Research Summary-Integrating Tobacco Cessation Interventions Into Mental Health, Substance Use and Anti-Violence Services British Columbia Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health, 2011

Between April 2010 and March 2011, researchers at the British Columbia Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health, in collaboration with community partners, conducted a study on the feasibility of integrating tobacco treatment and support within mental health, addictions and sexual violence services, in a gender informed way.

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Gendering the National Framework Series (Vol.2): Girl-Centred Approaches to Prevention, Harm Reduction, and Treatment

Gendering Nat Framework Girl Centred cvrBritish Columbia Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health (BCCEWH) in partnership with the Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse (CCSA) and the Universities of Saskatchewan and South Australia, 2010

This discussion guide explores four topics related to young women’s substance use: 1) patterns and trends in young women’s use, 2) sex differences in the health consequences of use, 3) gendered influences on substance use, and 4) examples of gender-informed and gender-specific programming.

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