ASPIRE2025 Research at Tobacco-Free Aotearoa Conference 2012
Thank you to the many people who joined us to hear the latest research from ASPIRE2025 at the Tobacco-Free Aotearoa Conference held in Wellingtonfrom Nov. 7-9
We’ve uploaded PDF copies of our presentations which you can access using the links given below.
Rebecca Gray – Talking about choices: Discourse and the question of smokers’ “informed choice”
Tak Ikeda – Projecting smoking prevalence in New Zealand and scope for achieving the government’s Smokefree Nation 2025 Goal‘
Richard Edwards – Who is starting smoking? An investigation of uptake among all ages using prospectively collected data
Louise Marsh – What do young people want in terms of smoking cessation?
Stephanie Erick – Research Innovation for exploring Pacific messages – presentation to come
Stephanie Erick – Translation please! Developing messages for Pacific smokers – presentation to come
Heather Gifford – Increasing the puff of the Quit Card provider workforce in the Whanganui region
Nick Wilson – What are the most plausible tobacco endgame strategies for achieving the government’s smokefree 2025 goal?
Louise Marsh – Spatial characteristics of tobacco retailers in New Zealand
Nick Wilson – ‘Lessons for the tobacco endgame from past NZ successes with hazard elimination’
Richard Jaine – Tobacco retailers’ views on current and potential tobacco control measures
Ninya Maubach – “You’re Not OK”: Smokers’ experiences of stigmatisation
Janet Hoek – Beyond toe tags: An analysis of alternative smokefree messages
Brent Caldwell – Can more rapid-acting nicotine replacement therapies increase quit rates?
Julian Crane – A pilot study of the acceptability of snus
Philip Gendall – Tobacco packaging as mobile billboards – What do they communicate?
Philip Gendall – Why plain packaging is a proportionate measure
Janet Hoek – Plain Sticks: The next step in dissuasive packaging?