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Letter | A qualitative analysis of how people who smoke and manage lower incomes perceive the Smokefree 2025 goal

This letter outlines findings from a qualitative study undertaken with people who smoke and also experience high material deprivation. 

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Article | Analysis of on-pack messages for e-liquids: a discrete choice study

Policy makers face the challenge of supporting switching among people who smoke while deterring uptake among those who do not. In an HRC-funded study, Otago researchers tested different on-pack messaging that could be used on ENDS products to achieve these two outcomes. Read more

Article | Bar Atmospherics and Smoking: A Qualitative Analysis of New Zealand Young Adult Smokers

ASPIRE researchers have published a new paper exploring how outdoor bar settings facilitate and normalise smoking among young adults. Read more

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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