This Public Health Expert blog considers recent studies in which the biomarker levels in e-cigarette users (vapers) are compared to those from tobacco smokers.
Letter | Survey of smokefree signage at playgrounds: the potential value of comparisons with dog control signage
This study aimed to identify the extent of coverage and quality of smokefree signage around children’s playgrounds in a sample of New Zealand local government areas.
This study suggests that July 2012 legislation that removed all point-of-sale tobacco displays from shops selling cigarettes has helped reduce smoking among New Zealand school students to record low levels.
New projects from ASPIRE2025 researchers have been awarded over $3M in funding from the HRC. One study will examine Māori/non-Māori smoking disparities , another will look at supporting informed e-cigarette use and another will analyse Quitline data in order to assist smoking cessation providers in making decisions.
This study examined changes in the frequency and contexts of tobacco imagery on New Zealand television since 2004.