This blog outlines NZ's approach to achieve rapid and equitable reductions in smoking, including some ‘endgame’ measures not yet implemented nationally in any other country.
Blog | Key findings on smoking and e-cigarette use prevalence and trends in the 2020/21 NZ Health Survey
This blog explores the 2020/21 New Zealand Health Survey data to assess patterns of change in smoking prevalence, investigate factors potentially driving the reported decrease in prevalence, and examine possible implications of these changes.
Webinar | ‘As Long as It Comes off as a Cigarette Ad, Not a Civil Rights Message’: Gender, Inequity and the Tobacco Industry
The ASPIRE2025 Research Centre is delighted to welcome Dr Sarah Hill, from The University of Sydney for this webinar presentation.
New University of Otago research finds psychiatric wards are overlooked corners where hospital smoke-free policies are being inconsistently applied or ignored.
Article | A survey of the smokefree status of pedestrian-only spaces in 10 New Zealand local government areas
This study describes the smokefree status and signage of outdoor pedestrian-only plazas/malls/boulevards in 10 New Zealand local government (council) areas.