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.
- $588,190.00 awarded to University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services Research - Smoke-Free Families National Dissemination Office
- $222,000.00 awarded to Philadelphia Health and Education Corporation d/b/a Drexel University College of Medicine - Technical assistance and direction for RWJF's Smoke-Free Families program
- $130,790.00 awarded to University of Vermont College of Medicine Department of Psychiatry - Examining nicotine withdrawal and craving as predictors of relapse in pregnant and recently postpartum smokers
- $250,000.00 awarded to Miriam Hospital - Comparison of the efficacy of two nurse-delivered smoking cessation interventions among Latino parents of children with asthma
- $116,561.00 awarded to University of Illinois at Chicago School of Public Health - Studying predictors of successful smoking cessation in pregnant women