Tobacco or Health TV 2018 Pre-Conference
Faculty of Health Sciences & Sport, University of Stirling. In conjunction with Institute of Social Marketing at Stirling; St Andrews University, Edinburgh University and Scotcen. The DISPLAY study - one of the largest and most complex evaluations of public health policy.
Breathing Easier in the Heart of Tobacco Country: Cutting Tobacco Use Disparities.
BREATHE (Bridging Research Efforts and Advocacy Toward Healthy Environments) promotes lung health and healthy environments to achieve health equity. Cross-discipline scientists and community partners collaborate to develop and test creative, evidence-based solutions to prevent tobacco-related diseases and overcome population health barriers in a challenging pro-tobacco climate.
An overview of the mission and vision of Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC) as a whole with a presentation of Tobacco Prevention and Control at HMC through showing the history of the center since its establishment until now.
The Swiss "I am stronger. SmokeFree" campaign – empowering you to a life without tobacco This film follows the highly successful "SmokeFree" campaign and will feature the following Swiss tobacco prevention efforts.
India is facing a huge tobacco pandemic, with 400 million children and youths in India expected to be exposed to tobacco. Salaam Bombay encourages students and schools to participate in the advocacy process, lobbying their local governments and education boards on tobacco-related issues, and thereby creating a large pool of young people who are not only less likely to use tobacco but also who have experience of leadership and advocacy.
The Global Tobacco Surveillance System (GTSS) is the global standard for monitoring the tobacco epidemic. The GTSS – implemented in almost every country in the world – enhances countries’ surveillance capacity and provides robust data to effectively evaluate tobacco control interventions. The Global Youth Tobacco Survey (GYTS) and Global Adult Tobacco Survey (GATS), components of GTSS, have been implemented in over 180 and over 30 countries, respectively. The GTSS data is used by policy makers, civil society, academia, and other global and in country partners to create evidence for lifesaving tobacco control policies and programs.