Although loss-framed pictorial warning labels (PWLs) have increased knowledge of the health harms caused by smoking, they may elicit maladaptive responses among some smokers w
If electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS) are to bring public health benefits, members of population groups most affected by smoking must find them an easily adopted an
The policy measures of Smokefree 2025 have made significant gains towards a smokefree future for NZ. Yet there is still resistance.
ASPIRE researchers incorporated findings from their work and international studies into their submission to the recently introduced Smokefree Environments and Regulated Products (Vaping) Amendments
This article, published today in the Australian and New Zealand Medical Journal of Public Health, undertook a geospatial analysis of policy options for restricting tobacco policy in New Zealand.
In this article recently published in the international journal, Tobacco Control, University of Otago researchers argue that tobacco and nicotine products should not be treated as normal consumer p
In this article published in the New Zealand Medical Journal, researchers examine the online sales and marketing of e-cigarettes in New Zealand and look at the presence of safeguards to protect chi
A new paper, published in Tobacco Regulatory Science explores beliefs about nicotine and the level of support among smokers for removing the nicotine from cigarettes to make them less addictive.
This new “Industry Watch” paper, published in Tobacco Control, explores how BAT(NZ) has drawn on familiar tobacco marketing strategies to launch Vype, a new e-cigarette device.
This paper, recently published in Nicotine and Tobacco Research, investigates how social media platforms such as YouTube provide largely unregulated opportunities for covert tobacco product placeme
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