ASPIRE 2025 and NIHI invite you to join them for the 4th tobacco control research symposium.
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.
We call on tobacco companies to be held responsible for the costs of tobacco product waste and suggest cellulose acetate filters, which take many years to break down and provide no reduction in the health risks smokers face, should no longer be allowed to be used as cigarette filters.
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.
Join us for the third webinar in our 2020 series which builds on the Canadian research of Dave Hammond, but brings the focus back to Aotearoa New Zealand.