Conference | Smokefree Oceania, October 2013, Auckland.
It was great to see so many at Smokefree Oceania last week.
A number of people requested to view again the excellent keynote speeches given by Heather Gifford and Richard Edwards so these can now be viewed by clicking on the titles below. Presentations from other ASPIRE2025 researchers have also now been added and can also be viewed below.
Is sharing tobacco within the home really good manaakitanga??
Heather Gifford discusses the myriad reasons for the uptake of tobacco within the context of Māori households, moving beyond explanation to posing possible solutions. In particular deconstructing the notion of manaakitanga in relation to social supply.
Legislation and regulation: where to next, and how?
Richard presents some ideas about the priorities for tobacco control legislation and regulation in the Oceania region and thoughts about how their introduction and implementation can be facilitated.
Further ASPIRE2025 presentations:
The place of tobacco supply control in the context of broader tobacco control measures – Richard Edwards (Gateway)
“But It’s Not Me on the Packet”: Making Risk Communication Relevant for Young Adult Smokers – please contact Rebecca Gray
Modelling the Impact of Reduced Tobacco Outlets: Could this Achieve the Smokefree 2025 Goal? – please contact Amber Pearson
Maori Nurses and Smoking: Tensions and Intentions – Heather Gifford
Smoking Denormalisation: What Can We Do Now? – George Thomson
The Tobacco Endgame in New Zealand: How Might Tobacco Taxation Contribute for Maori and All New Zealanders? – please contact Nick Wilson
The Visibility of Smoking Outside Bars and Cafes: New Methodology and Results – George Thomson and Amber Pearson
Exploring the Impact of Outdoor Secondhand Smoke Drift on Indoor Air Quality in New Zealand Restaurants – Frederieke van der Deen
Why Can’t I Agree to Disagree? Tobacco Industry Efforts to Manipulate Public Opinion About Plain Packaging – please contact Andrew Waa