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Posts from the ‘Research Reports’ Category

News | Prestigious Marsden Funding to ASPIRE Researchers

The ASPIRE Centre is delighted to congratulate Drs Jude Ball and Lindsay Robertson, both of whom have received a prestigious Royal Society Marsden Fast Start grant in the 2020 funding round.

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Report | Awareness and support for New Zealand’s Smokefree 2025 goal and key measures to achieve it

New ASPIRE 2025 research, reporting findings from the New Zealand ITC project, shows that most people who smoke or who have recently quit smoking are in support of the Smokefree Aotearoa goal and also many of the measures that could be taken to it.

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Report I ASPIRE2025 Annual report 2019

We have just published the 2019 ASPIRE2025 Annual Report, which highlights some of our key achievements during the last year, including our new HRC programme grant, a new HRC project, and our involvement in the Cancer Society of New Zealand research programme.

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Report I Plain packs make tobacco products less appealing

New ASPIRE 2025 research findings have been published from the New Zealand ITC study showing that the 2018 plain packaging legislation made tobacco products less appealing and warning labels more noticeable to New Zealand smokers.

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News | HRC funding success; Whakahā o Te Pā Harakeke research programme announced

With our partners, Hāpai te Hauora, Kōkiri Marae Keriana Olsen Trust, and ESR, ASPIRE2025 is thrilled to announce we have received a Health Research Council programme grant. The Whakahā o Te Pā Harakeke programme aims to develop evidence that will close smoking disparities, particularly for Māori and Pasifika. Our work strives to enhance how tobacco control evidence is used in decision making and accelerate progress towards a Smokefree Aotearoa.

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