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Webinar recording | Dr Patricia Henderson on Engaging American Indian Communities in Tobacco Control Research

The webinar recording from this talk by Dr Patricia Nez Henderson is now available

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Seminar | Engaging American Indian Communities in Tobacco Control Research: Potential Relevance for Māori People?

Hear Dr. Nez Henderson discuss her outstanding work in engaging tribal communities in the United States in tobacco control research and the key processes that could be relevant for the Māori People and
academia.

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Seminar | The current state of tobacco control in the United States: Lessons for NZ?

Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from the extremely eminent American physician and epidemiologist, Professor Jonathan Samet. Also available by webinar.

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Seminar | Smoking and substance use among young adults: Technology-based assessment and intervention

Join us on Thursday 11 May for this ASPIRE2025 seminar to hear about innovative technology-based studies on smoking among young adults. The seminar will be presented by Johannes Thrul, UCSF.

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Event | Changing the tobacco supply landscape

ASPIRE2025 is delighted to host this one-day course,to be held on 15 Feb 2017 as part of the Public Health Summer School. Register by 21 Dec 2016 for 25% earlybird discount.

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