This news article in the British Medical Journal discusses the New Zealand goverments decision to move ahead with plain packaging of cigarettes.
The 2013 International Meeting of the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco (SRNT) saw Richard Edwards and Andrew Waa present recent research on behalf of the ASPIRE2025 team.
The video recording and presentation slides are now available to members of the tobacco control sector, for this ASPIRE2025 seminar, held in Wellington on February 13th.
We have developed manual methods to gather data on the point prevalence of observed smoking in road vehicles.
The New Zealand health sector pursues a wide range of tobacco control interventions and these have intensified after the adoption of the Government’s “Smokefree Nation by 2025” goal (e.g., smokefre
ASPIRE2025 researchers congratulate the government on its decision to introduce plain packaging.
There appears to be a strong case for legislating for smokefree vehicles with children based on past New Zealand research (as recently reviewed).
To advance the design and implementation of outdoor smokefree area policies, we aimed to develop simple, low-cost methods for measuring smoking in a variety of public place
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