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Letter | Why some people who smoke don’t persist with using e-cigarettes – new findings from ITC NZ study

This letter discusses new data from the ITC NZ study exploring reasons for the discontinuation of use of e-cigarettes (ECs) among people who had tried ECs in the last year but were not currently using them.

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Article | Smokers increasingly using e-cigarettes to quit, new findings from ITC NZ survey

Findings from this new paper published from the International Tobacco Control (ITC) NZ survey provide the most in-depth description of patterns of vaping use among New Zealand smokers from population-based data.

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Editorial | E-cigarettes, vaping and a Smokefree Aotearoa: where to next?

This NZMJ editorial discusses the next steps that are needed for achieving a Smokefree Aotearoa by 2025 once the current Vaping Bill has finally been passed.

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Article | Big tobacco using Trojan horse tactics to exploit Indigenous peoples

To counter tobacco industry tactics promoting ANDS and seeking to take advantage of Indigenous peoples, this article asks for Indigenous peoples, governments and others to identify and expose the tobacco industry’s attempts to enlist Indigenous communities.

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Article | A qualitative analysis of Māori and Pacific people’s experiences of using electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS)

This HRC study explored experiences of ENDS uptake and use among Māori and Pacific peoples living in New Zealand, and probed factors that assisted transitions from smoking to vaping.

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