This webinar focuses on domestic and international text-based smoking cessation interventions, such as NCI’s SmokefreeTXT, and the opportunity to scale these efforts.
This book provides information about progress in tobacco control in the Russian Federation
This report describes work to date and the current picture with regard to exposure to second hand smoke across the countries of the European Union.
This website is provided for the member countries of the EC and contains support for smokers who want to quit linked to support from football club FC Barca.
The aim of the document is to set out an English national standard for criteria for throughput and success rates that will enable meaningful comparisons between the different local stop smoking services.
A summary briefing of the evidence relating to cut down approaches to cessation, if abrupt quitting is not wanted by the smoker.
This briefing, written by Professor Robert West, summarizes the evidence base for tobacco dependence services, including the rationale for the statement "you are four times more likely to stop for good if you use this service."
Dr. Mike Evans explores what works and what doesn't work when thinking about quitting smoking.
El artículo 14 del Convenio Marco del Control del Tabaco es una herramienta muy importante para evitar las muertes por las enfermedades causadas por tabaco en el siglo XXI. FIC y Global Bridges trabajan asociadas para enfrentar el problema en Latinoamerica
This evidence-based on line training module has been developed by experts and practitioners to help advisers support cessation amongst pregnant and post partum women.
This document lists the learning outcomes of training courses for stop smoking practitioners founded upon evidence-based behaviour change techniques and approved by a panel of key stakeholders and experts convened by the National Centre for Smoking Cessation and Training (NCSCT).
A film developed by the English National Centre for Smoking Cessation and Training (NCSCT) for health and social care professionals in which smokers talk about the harms of secondhand smoke and the positive impact of smokefree homes.
A film developed and produced by the English National Centre for Smoking Cessation and Training to highlight the importance of, and best way to, identify and deliver a brief intervention to smokers. The short film was made for an online training programme to encourage HCPs to take 30 seconds to Ask, Advise, and Act to help smokers to quit.
The science behind the harmful effects of tobacco smoke will be reviewed in detail, including results from Dr. Hiryama’s landmark study of female Japanese lung cancer patients who are non-smoking wives of smoking husbands, as well as the most recent study showing that smoke-free workplace laws are associated with a reduction in the incidence of acute myocardial infarctions.
The presentation highlighted Big Tobacco’s decades long public relations and media campaigns to deceive the public and create doubt and controversy about the harmful effects of secondhand smoke. These data came from previously secret tobacco industry documents made public as a result of the Minnesota Tobacco Trial of 1998 and the Department of Justice case that resulted in the conviction of Big Tobacco for violating the U.S. racketeering laws.
This report, produced by the European GB team, was carried out to identify and determine which European countries might be willing and able to receive evidence-based support and assistance with training of health care professionals. The scoping exercise included three phases of activity; Phase 1 (web search), Phase 2 (direct country contact) and Phase 3 (face to face exploratory meeting with selected countries).
This presentation, delivered by Daryl Sharp, PhD, RN-CS, NPP of the University of Rochester School of Nursing, goes into detail about Nicotine Replacement Therapy and how it can best be used to deliver interventions to tobacco dependence. This focuses in particular on treatment in persons burdened by psychiatric disorders.
A slideshow and audio recording are provided.
A manual for nurses on the treatment of tobacco dependence in persons challenged by mental illness developed by Dr. Daryl Sharp and her colleagues at the University of Rochester School of Nursing. This is a tobacco dependence intervention manual written by nurses for nurses. It complements the 2009 update of Smoking Cessation for Persons with Mental Illnesses: A Toolkit for Mental Health Providers (Morris, Waxmonsky, May, Giese, & Martin, 2009) in which the epidemiology, special challenges, and specific evidence-based interventions needed to help those with mental illnesses to stop smoking are well described.
MINISTERO DE SALUD: Dirección de Promoción de la Salud y Control de Enfermedades No Transmisibles en articulación con el Plan Nacer diseñaron un curso online sobre el Abordaje Integral del Tratamiento del Tabaquismo.
El curso, de carácter abierto y autoadministrado, está orientado a equipos de salud que trabajan la problemática del tabaquismo como también a toda persona que desee capacitarse en la temática.
Tobacco Control Laws is an interactive website designed for advocates, researchers, legal professionals, and other members of the public interested in tobacco control to access information about tobacco control legislation and litigation worldwide.