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Posts from the ‘Past Events’ Category

Debate | Should Smokefree 2025 be achieved; and if so how?

Richard Edwards of ASPIRE 2025 and Nick Wilson of BODE3 took part in a debate on September 24 organised by LEANZ (Law and Economics Association of New Zealand) with the motion: “Should Smokefree 2025 be achieved; and if so how?”. Further details and the slides from the presentations are available by clicking the link: 'read more' below.

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Seminar | “The Lesser Evil” : Communicating about comparative risks of electronic and combusted cigarettes

Dr Lucy Popova's talk will present the results of qualitative studies and randomized controlled experiments on messages communicating comparative risk of electronic and combusted cigarettes and discuss promising strategies.

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Seminar | The commercial tobacco use epidemic among Indigenous Peoples

This seminar will be held Friday 5 April, and features presentations from three international speakers: Dr Raglan Maddox; Assoc. Prof Ray Lovett; and, Dr Janet Smylie.

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Event | Regulating the retail supply of tobacco: moving research toward practice

Hear the latest evidence and discuss possible options for regulating the retail supply of tobacco as we work towards New Zealand’s smokefree 2025 goal at this 1-day course, being held on 13 Feb 2019 as part of the Public Health Summer School. Register by 20 Dec 2018 for 25% earlybird discount

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Presentation | Smokefree 2025 Research Symposium – 9 November 2018

View the opening address by Dr Ashley Bloomfield together with slides for many of the presentations at this symposium, hosted by ASPIRE2025 and NIHI.

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