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Cheshire & Merseyside’s Smoking in Pregnancy Project – Women’s Insight Survey

The Cheshire & Merseyside Smoking in Pregnancy Project is being led by the Women’s Health and Maternity Programme (part of the Cheshire & Merseyside Local Maternity and Neonatal System).

The aims of the project are to:

  • Increase the quit rates of women smoking in pregnancy and at time of birth. This will be achieved through developing innovative, effective smoke free pregnancy pathways and interventions that are co-produced with women and professionals.
  • Reduce health inequalities; acknowledging that rates of smoking in pregnancy have a strong social and age gradient, with younger women from deprivation areas much more likely to smoke in pregnancy.

To help inform the pathways and interventions needed to support women to stop smoking during pregnancy, they have developed an insight survey, to be targeted at those who have smoked/are currently smoking during pregnancy and those that have successfully given up smoking during pregnancy.

The insight survey will provide them with a valuable understanding of the barriers women face with regards to accessing stop smoking support, as well as the help that they need to quit.

To complete the survey, please visit SurveyMonkey.

Deadline: 31 July 2022.

For anyone who completes the survey, they can choose to be entered into a prize draw to win a £50 shopping voucher. In addition, for anyone who would like to share their experiences in more detail via an informal chat with us, they are offering a £10 shopping voucher.

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