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List of tobacco-related resources.
Resources to assist GPs and their practices to manage lifestyle-related risk factors.
Evaluation of the effectiveness of the graphic health warnings on tobacco product packaging 2008: executive summary
Summary of findings of the 2008 evaluation of the graphic health warnings on tobacco products.
Technical report: evaluation of the effectiveness of the graphic health warnings on tobacco product packaging 2008
This is the supporting document to the 2008 evaluation of the graphic health warnings on tobacco products. It covers the data collection and methodology considerations of the evaluation.
Detailed findings of the 2008 evaluation of the graphic health warnings on tobacco products.
This is part of the 2008 evaluation of the graphic health warnings on tobacco products. It analyses departmental survey data of initial community reactions to the graphic health warnings.
The Tobacco Advertising Prohibition Act 1992 limits the exposure of the public to messages and images that may persuade them to start or continue smoking.
These reports consider youth smoking behaviours and the processes of uptake, addiction and cessation.
This report notes that smoking chop-chop has the potential to induce illness and possible fatality in those who use it.
This report examines policy issues regarding reduced-ignition propensity ('RIP', 'fire safe' or 'reduced fire risk') cigarettes.
Information that general practitioners and other practice staff can apply to identify smokers and assist them to quit.
Smoking cessation guidelines for Australian general practice: desktop guidelines and patient education materials
Flipchart providing information to assist smokers to quit.
The review of health warnings on tobacco products was conducted in two stages, an evaluation of the text-only health warnings and consideration of future directions for health warnings on tobacco products in Australia.
Under this agreement, tobacco companies provide annual reports on the ingredients of cigarettes.
A National approach for reducing access to tobacco in Australia by young people under 18 years of age
This report provides a national best practice model to reduce young people's access to tobacco.