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Letter | A case study of smokefree outdoor policy options for a city

This study by ASPIRE2025 researchers used New Zealand's capital city (Wellington) as a case study to explore the issues and options for progressing smokefree outdoor policies in urban public spaces.

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Letter | Better Help for Smokers to Quit targets need evaluation and integration with community-based services

This letter published in the New Zealand Medical Journal discusses smoking cessation in hospitals and the need to improve the degree of integration and follow-up with cessation support services outside of hospitals following discharge.

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Article | Socio-demographic characteristics of New Zealand adult smokers, exsmokers and non-smokers: results from the 2013 Census

This article describes the smoking prevalence by key socio-demographic characteristics (age, gender, ethnicity, education, labour status, income and socioeconomic deprivation) in New Zealand in 2013 and makes comparisons with 2006.

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Article | Qualitative exploration of young adult RYO smokers’ practices

This study explored the practices and beliefs young adult RYO users develop to distance themselves from unattractive stereotypes of RYO smokers.

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Article | Smoking prevalence in New Zealand from 1996– 2015: a critical review of national data sources to inform progress toward the Smokefree 2025 goal

This study describes recent smoking trends in New Zealand and shows that our Smokefree2025 goal will not be reached with a ‘business as usual’ approach. It suggests that bold interventions will be necessary to achieve the goal.

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