Resources: Sex, Gender, Tobacco

Sex-related factors affect the biological responses to tobacco use and treatments, and gendered factors such as social, cultural and economic norms, relationships and opportunities affect smoking initiation, patterns of use, cessation and responses to tobacco policies, for men, women, boys and girls.

These information sheets, produced through the support of the Education and Training Council, Alberta FASD Cross Ministry Committee and reviewed by experts from the Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse and the Canada FASD Research Network, are part of several resources developed as part of the Trauma/Gender/Substance Use (TGS) project made possible by funding from Health Canada.

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