This opinion piece, written by the co-Directors of ASPIRE2025, discusses tobacco taxes and bold measures required to realising the Government’s smoke-free 2025 goal.
Hear the latest evidence and discuss possible options for regulating the retail supply of tobacco as we work towards New Zealand’s smokefree 2025 goal at this 1-day course, being held on 13 Feb 2019 as part of the Public Health Summer School. Register by 20 Dec 2018 for 25% earlybird discount
View the opening address by Dr Ashley Bloomfield together with slides for many of the presentations at this symposium, hosted by ASPIRE2025 and NIHI.
This recently published article in BMJ Open considers the decline in adolescent smoking in New Zealand.
Despite their public statements, tobacco companies continue to develop new products, such as flavour capsule cigarettes, that enhance smoking’s appeal. In this Public Health Expert blog, ASPIRE2025 researchers Janet Hoek and Philip Gendall report on their recently published study that examined how flavour capsule cigarettes appeal to non-smokers and smokers.