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Conference | ASPIRE2025 research at The Endgame for Tobacco, Delhi

Research into endgame solutions to the tobacco epidemic is an important area of investigation for ASPIRE2025. Findings from recent studies were presented at the International Conference on Public Health Priorities in the 21st Century: The Endgame for Tobacco, held in Delhi, India during September 2013.

If you would like to see further information on any of the ASPIRE2025 presentations, please click on the titles below:

Presentations:

Are we game for the endgame? – Daring to dream Richard Edwards

Adding leadership to plain packaging Richard Edwards

Cheaper by the carton? Pacific people and duty-free tobacco El-Shadan Tautolo, Richard Edwards, Heather Gifford

Characteristics of Tobacco Retailers in New Zealand Louise Marsh, Lindsay Robertson & Crile Doscher

Posters:

Smokefree Outdoor Areas in New Zealand: how far have we come? Dr Louise Marsh,Lindsay A Robertson, Martin Witt and Heather Kimber

Tertiary education smokefree campus policies in New Zealand Dr Louise Marsh, Lindsay A Robertson, Dr Claire Cameron