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Article | Addressing ethnic disparities in adolescent smoking: Is reducing exposure to smoking in the home a key?

New Zealand children and teens growing up in smokefree homes are less likely to take up smoking, even if their parents are smokers, this ASPIRE2025 study has found.

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Article | Smoking prevalence among doctors and nurses—2013 New Zealand census data

This study, led by University of Otago in collaboration with the Health Promotion Agency, examined recent smoking trends among doctors and nurses in New Zealand using recent census data.

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Letter | Factors influencing the smoking status of ex-prisoners reintegrating into the community after release

The pilot study by a team of medical students at the University of Otago, Wellington was published in the New Zealand Medical Journal.

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Article | How do New Zealand smokers view financial incentives for smoking cessation?

This study investigated how NZ smokers viewed financial incentives for smoking cessation.

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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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