Event | Regulating the retail supply of tobacco: moving research toward practice
***Earlybird rates include a 25% discount available until 20 December 2018***
For those working toward Smokefree Aotearoa 2025, regulating the retail supply of tobacco is essential to help denormalise the product for the next generation, assist those trying to quit, and promote smokefree communities.
To frame the case, advocates need options for reducing supply that have a robust evidence base. Securing regulatory change will also need support from within the retailing sector.
Register now for this 1-day Public Health Summer School course, to hear the latest evidence.
Title: Regulating the retail supply of tobacco: moving research toward practice
Date: Wednesday 13th February, 2019
Where: University of Otago campus in Newtown, Wellington.
What will it cover?
- The latest research from both New Zealand and overseas
- Potential policy options for reducing retail outlets
- First hand experiences of retailers who have elected to stop selling tobacco
- Discussion on the advantages /disadvantages of not selling tobacco from a retailing perspective
- Modelling the impact of reducing retail outlets in urban and rural settings
- How the sale of ENDS such as E-cigarettes fits into supply reduction
Who should attend?
This course would be particularly relevant for anyone involved in supporting the case for national supply reduction.
– Policy advocates helping frame the case for change as part of a smokefree action plan
– Community health promoters helping build smokefree communities / enforcing current smokefree retail regulation
– Cessation practitioners supporting those trying to quit
– Researchers contributing to the emerging field of supply reduction
How do I register?
To be directed to the Course information page please click Regulating the retail supply of tobacco: moving research toward practice
Note: Earlybird rates include a 25% discount available until 20 December 2018
ASPIRE2025 thanks the Cancer Society of New Zealand for their suport in convening this day.
For more information, please contact:
University of Otago, Wellington