To reduce rates of smoking in families by supporting research to develop and evaluate effective new interventions to help women quit smoking before, during and after pregnancy.
- $49,941.00 awarded to Oregon State University - Follow-up study of the Smoke-Free Families Significant Other Supporter Program
- $264,164.00 awarded to Emory University, Rollins School of Public Health - Development of software to analyze maternal and child health mortality, morbidity, and economic cost attributable to smoking
- $49,497.00 awarded to University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Public Health - Study of the role of home visiting and social support programs in encouraging smoking cessation among pregnant women and new mothers
- $37,389.00 awarded to University of Alabama at Birmingham - Consensus conference on smoking cessation during pregnancy
- $32,706.00 awarded to University of California, Berkeley, School of Public Health - Medicaid coverage of smoking cessation treatments