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Posts from the ‘Findings and Views’ Category

Article | New Zealand policy experts’ appraisal of interventions to reduce smoking in young adults: a qualitative investigation

This study investigated how NZ policy experts appraised the feasibility and likely effectiveness of interventions designed to reduce smoking prevalence among 18–24 year olds.

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Blog | Smokefree cars legislation: Should the new government make this a priority?

This blog briefly reviews the case for the prioritisation by the new Government of a law for smokefree cars carrying children.

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Article | Overwhelming support for smokefree cars that are carrying children – Is the Government listening?

This paper suggests that New Zealand is failing its obligations under UNCROC to protect children from harm due to exposure to second-hand smoke (SHS) by not acting to introduce smokefree cars.

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Conference | Oceania Tobacco Control, Hobart, Australia 2017

Take a look at the presentations from ASPIRE2025 researchers at this conference. Includes first outputs from the New Zealand ITC project.

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Letter | Smokefree signage at New Zealand racecourses and sports facilities with outdoor stands

This study aimed to identify the extent and nature of smokefree signage at racecourses and sports facilities that had outdoor stands.

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