The international SRNT conference took place on March 11th-14th 2020. ASPIRE researchers Mei-Ling Blank and Richard Edwards report some key updates and learnings here srnt2020_report_final2
ASPIRE researchers incorporated findings from their work and international studies into their submission to the recently introduced Smokefree Environments and Regulated Products (Vaping) Amendments
New ASPIRE 2025 research findings have been published from the New Zealand ITC study showing that the 2018 plain packaging legislation made tobacco products less appealing and warning labels more n
The public will soon have the opportunity to make submissions on the long-awaited Smokefree Environments and Regulated Products (Vaping) Amendment Bill (‘the Bill’) which will regulate vaping produ
Recently the Smokefree Environments and Regulated Products (Vaping) Amendment Bill was introduced to parliament. Public submissions are now being called for the bill and these close on 1 April.
Debate over tobacco tax increases has intensified as research indicates potentially conflicting policy directions.
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
This new blog from Professors Janet Hoek and Richard Edwards, Emeritus Professor Phil Gendall, Jude Ball, Dr Judith McCool, Anaru Waa, Dr Becky Freeman discusses recent survey findings and media re
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