ASPIRE2025 presents at Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco (SRNT), Boston
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 SRNT meeting was held in Boston, USA from 13 – 16 March 2013.
We’ve uploaded PDF copies of our presentation and posters, which you can access using the links given below.
An evaluation of alternative smokefree message themes. – presented by Richard Edwards
Richard Edwards, Kristie Carter, Jo Peace, Tony Blakely Who is starting smoking? An investigation of uptake among all ages using prospectively collected data
Nick Wilson, George Thomson, Richard Edwards Lessons for the Tobacco Endgame from Past Successes with Eliminating Other Hazards: Examples from New Zealand
Nick Wilson, George Thomson, Tony Blakely, Richard Edwards Advantages and Disadvantages of a “Sinking Lid” Tobacco Endgame Strategy
Andrew Waa, Richard Edwards, Heather Gifford, Mere Wilson-Tuala-Fata, Rhiannon Newcombe, Jane Zhang Evidence Based Initiatives for Parents to Reduce Smoking Uptake Among Indigenous Youth: From Theory to Practice