The Khush Dil Stop Smoking Initiative: A project to raise awareness and reduce smoking in a predominantly Asian community in Birmingham, England

  • C. Farren
Conference paper

Abstract

The Khush Dil Stop Smoking Initiative was a pilot initiative which ran for nine months in 1996–97 within the community-based Khush Dil Happy Heart Project. The project targeted the Saltley and Small Heath areas of East Birmingham in a predominantly Asian community with high rates of heart disease.

Keywords

Nicotine Carbon Monoxide Smoke 

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© Springer-Verlag London Limited 2000

Authors and Affiliations

  • C. Farren
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  1. 1.BristolUK

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