The ASPIRE 2025 Centre has prepared this Frequently Asked Questions document to explain the Action Plan’s strengths and provide background on three key proposed measures: reducing the availability of tobacco; reducing the nicotine content in tobacco products to minimal levels, and introducing a Tobacco Free Generation.
Posts from the ‘General’ Category
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.
Report | E-cigarette use and related attitudes and beliefs: Evidence from the 2016 and 2018 ITC New Zealand Surveys
A new report presents evidence on patterns of e-cigarette use, and knowledge, attitudes, and beliefs about e-cigarettes among people who smoke and who have recently quit smoking in New Zealand.
Webinar | Who will win the race to the tobacco endgame? Why New Zealand could soon be in first place (but also has some competition)
The ASPIRE2025 Research Centre is delighted to welcome international researcher, Professor Emerita Ruth Malone, from the University of California, San Francisco, USA for this webinar presentation.Read more
A new blog from ASPIRE2025 members examines the evidence for three key ideas proposed in the Smokefree Aotearoa 2025 Action Plan.