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A Comprehensive Approach to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Tobacco Control

 

Overview

A Comprehensive Approach to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Tobacco Control is a project that aims to modify an evidence-based guide on tobacco control in Australia, in order for state and territory governments to establish comprehensive tobacco control programs. The project also operates as a review of policy, an audit of tobacco-reduction programs and is generally designed to explore the social and/or medical determinants that contribute to smoking uptake.

The project aims to:

The program concerns academics and research professionals nation-wide and aims to produce outputs that will inform state government policy makers.

Abstract adapted from The Australian Prevention Partnership Centre

Contacts

The Australian Prevention Partnership Program
Level 13, Building 10
235 Jones street
Ultimo NSW 2007
PO Box K617
Haymarket NSW 1240
Ph: (02) 9188 9520
Fax: (02) 9188 9501

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Last updated: 28 June 2017
 
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