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|Use of tobacco, alcohol, and over-the-counter and illicit substances among Indigenous students participating in the Australian Secondary Students Alcohol and Drug Survey 2008|
In addition to the main 2008 Australian Secondary Students Alcohol and Drug (ASSAD) Survey, students from an additional 19 schools from rural areas in Western Australia, Queensland, South Australia and the Northern Territory were surveyed. From the 400 schools surveyed as part of the 2008 ASSAD and ASSAD Extension, 1317 students identified themselves as Indigenous Australians. This report is based on data from this combined group of Indigenous students.
List of tobacco-related resources.
Resources to assist GPs and their practices to manage lifestyle-related risk factors.
|Analysis of 2005/2006 data: initial consumer reactions to the graphic health warnings|
An analysis of departmental survey data of initial community reactions to the graphic health warnings.
|Literature review: evaluation of the effectiveness of the graphic health warnings on tobacco product packaging 2008|
A review of research relating to graphic health warnings.
|Technical report: evaluation of the effectiveness of the graphic health warnings on tobacco product packaging 2008|
Data collection and methodology considerations of the evaluation of the graphic health warnings on tobacco products.
|Public health value of disclosed cigarette ingredients and emissions data|
An examination of the public health value of the current system of voluntary disclosure in Australia.
|Evaluation of the effectiveness of the graphic health warnings on tobacco product packaging 2008: full report|
Detailed findings of the 2008 evaluation of the graphic health warnings on tobacco products.
|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.
|National tobacco youth campaign evaluation: June 2007|
Findings on the effectiveness of the campaign which ran from December 2006 to March 2007.
|Easy guide to the Tobacco Advertising Prohibition Act 1992|
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.
|Youth tobacco prevention literature review and research project|
These reports consider youth smoking behaviours and the processes of uptake, addiction and cessation.
|Australian National Tobacco Strategy 2004-2009: meeting the challenges of the next five years|
Evidence, ideas and resources from Australia and overseas to assist government and non-government agencies in developing their own tobacco action plans.
|Smoking cessation guidelines for Australian general practice: desktop guidelines and patient education materials|
Flipchart providing information to assist smokers to quit.
|Smoking cessation guidelines for Australian general practice|
Information that general practitioners and other practice staff can apply to identify smokers and assist them to quit.
|Reduced-ignition propensity cigarettes: a review of policy relevant information|
Policy issues regarding reduced-ignition propensity (RIP, fire safe or reduced fire risk) cigarettes.
|The Medical consequences of smoking “chop-chop” tobacco|
Smoking chop-chop has the potential to induce illness and possible fatality in those who use it.
|Australia’s national tobacco campaign: evaluation report volume three: every cigarette is doing you damage|
The third and final report in a series reporting on the National Tobacco Campaign. It focuses on research conducted from November 1998 to November 2000.
|National tobacco strategy 2004-2009: the strategy and supporting documents|
The National Tobacco Strategy is a statement of resolve by the Australian Government and state and territory governments to work together and in collaboration with non-government agencies to reduce tobacco uptake and exposure.
|Incidental smoking in the media study|
A study of the frequency and characterisics of smoking incidences in a variety of media popular with 18-30 year olds.
|Licensing of tobacco retailers and wholesalers: desirability and best practice arrangements|
A review of the feasibility, cost effectiveness and public health benefits of registration and licensing schemes for tobacco outlets in Australia.
|Environmental tobacco smoke in Australia|
A review of existing Australian research on community attitudes and exposure to environmental tobacco smoke, with recommendations on strategies for effectively eliminating or reducing community exposure.
|Counting the cost: estimates of the social costs of drug abuse in Australia in 1998-9: Monograph no. 49|
This report presents estimates of the costs of alcohol, tobacco and illicit drugs for the financial year 1998-99. It is the third report in a series of estimates of the social costs of drug abuse in Australia.
|Voluntary agreement for the disclosure of the ingredients of cigarettes|
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|
A national best practice model to reduce young people's access to tobacco.
|Australia’s national tobacco campaign: evaluation report volume two: every cigarette is doing you damage|
The second report to assist in the evaluation of the National Tobacco Campaign.
|Australia’s national tobacco campaign: evaluation report volume one: every cigarette is doing you damage|
This evaluation of the first phase of the National Tobacco Campaign reports on campaign reach and recognition, smoking prevalence, beliefs, attitudes and behaviour.
|National Tobacco Strategy 1999 to 2002-03: a framework for action|
The strategy sought to improve the health of all Australians by eliminating or reducing their exposure to tobacco in all its forms. It aimed to prevent the uptake of tobacco use, reduce numbers of those who use tobacco products and reduce exposure to harmful health consequences either from smoking or from exposure to tobacco smoke.
|National Drug Strategic Framework 1998-99 to 2002-03: building partnerships|
This document presents a strategy for reducing the harm caused by drugs in Australia.
|Progress of the National Drug Strategy: key national indicators|
This report is a statistical supplement to an evaluation of the National Drug Strategy 1993-1997. It provides, in a non-technical manner, national time series data against the key national indicators of the strategy.
|The National Drug Strategy: mapping the future|
This report forms part of an evaluation of the National Drug Strategy 1993-1997. It describes the strategy and evidence of its impact, details concerns and issues about its conceptual basis, discusses the balance of effort, partnerships and management, and provides recommendations for the future of the strategy.
|National health policy on tobacco in Australia and examples of strategies for implementation|
This document formed part of the National Campaign Against Drug Abuse (NCADA) which was a national effort to minimise the harmful effects of both legal and illegal drugs on Australian society. It outlines the national health policy on tobacco and suggests ways in which the policy might be implemented.