Oliver, Sandy and Oakley, L and Lumley, J and Waters, E
Smoking cessation programmes in pregnancy: systematically addressing development, implementation, women's concerns and effectiveness.
Health Education Journal, 60 (4).
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||a.Research synthesis methodology b.Based on a Cochrane review of health promotion effectiveness c.Innovative methods for systematically integrating process and outcome data and addressing service users’ perspectives; relevant for all social interventions including education and social welfare. d.Based on a Cochrane review accessed approx 200-250 times a month. Widely cited in peer refereed journals. e.Adherence to research synthesis methodology: question driven; duplicate, independent data extraction f.Peer review coordinated by international journal g.First author, led the user involvement, methodological reflections and drafting of the article
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