Youth Tobacco Cessation Video Clip – Inuit language – Quitting

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by Inuit Tuttarvingat

18 October 2010

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Inuit talk about personal experiences and their family members who have quit smoking, and how it has changed or improved their lives.

Filmmaker: Video editing - Jake Hanna; Footage/Interviewers: Kendra Tagoona, Crystal Navratil, Nancy Etok; Interviewees: Mahtoonah Argna’naaq, Jeannie Pascal, Vicky Chevrier; Archival footage: Tobacco and the Human Body (1954), Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Public domain license under creative commons, http://creativecommons.org/licenses/publicdomain/

Contact: Inuit Tuttarvingat, National Aboriginal Health Organization

Producer: Inuit Tuttarvingat, National Aboriginal Health Organization funded by Health Canada

Year of Production: 2010

Distributor Information: Inuit Tuttarvingat; E-mail: inuit [at] naho [dot] ca; Web site: www.inuitwellness.ca; Toll-free: 1-877-602-4445

Country: Canada
 

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Duration:

4m 50s

Tagged:

addiction, cold turkey, health effects, Inuit, nicotine, quit, smoke, tobacco

Languages:

Inuktitut

Location:

various Inuit community locations in Canada including Ottawa