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Outputs from the International Tobacco Control (ITC) Project 2016-2020 - New Zealand

The following outputs are now available from the New Zealand ITC Project 2016–2020.

Journal articles

Edwards R, Stanley J, Waa A.M., White M, Kaai S.C., Ouimet J, Quah A.C.K., Fong G.T. Patterns of use of vaping products among smokers: findings from the 2016-2018 ITC New Zealand Surveys. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2020, 17, 6629.

McKiernan A, Stanley J., Waa A.M., Kaai S.C., Quah A.C.K., Fong G.T.,Edwards R. Smoker and recent quitter beliefs about nicotine, addiction and de-nicotinised cigarettes: findings from the ITC New Zealand Survey. Tobacco Regulatory Science 2019; 5(5): 400-409.

Gravely, S., Driezen, P., Ouimet, J., Quah, A.C.K., Cummings, K.M., Thompson, M.E., Boudreau, C., Hammond, D., McNeill, A., Borland, R., Thrasher, J.F., Edwards, R., Omar, M., Hitchman, S.C., Yong, H.H., Barrientos-Gutierrez, T., Goma, F., Seo, H.G., Nargis, N., Jiang, Y., de Abreu Perez, C., Fong, G.T. Prevalence of awareness, trial, and use of electronic cigarettes (ECs) among adult current smokers and ex-smokers in 14 countries with differing regulations on sales of ECs: cross-sectional findings from the International Tobacco Control Policy Evaluation Project. Addiction. 2019 Jun;114(6):1060-1073.

Research letter

White M, Edwards R, Stanley J, Hoek J, Waa A.M., Ouimet J, Quah A.C.K., Fong G.T. Reasons for stopping e-cigarette use amongst smokers: findings from the 2018 ITC New Zealand Survey. NZMJ 2020; 133 (1523): 117-121.

Data briefings

ITC Project. Standardised Packaging for Tobacco Products in New Zealand: Evidence of Policy Impact from the International Tobacco Control Policy Evaluation Project. University of Otago Wellington, February 2020.

ITC Project. Awareness and support for New Zealand’s Smokefree 2025 goal and key measures to achieve it. International Tobacco Control (ITC) New Zealand and ITC Cross-Country findings. Wellington, June 2020.

Reports

Wave 1 (Second Cohort) ITC New Zealand Technical Report - December 2017

Wave 2 (Second Cohort) ITC New Zealand Technical Report - October 2019

Conference outputs

Oceania Tobacco Control Conference. Sydney, Australia; 22-24 October, 2019

Comparison of Māori and non-Māori smokers and recent quitters: findings from the ITC New Zealand survey

SRNT-Oceania Inaugural Conference. Sydney, Australia;24-25 October, 2019

Patterns of use of e-cigarettes among smokers and recent quitters: Findings from the 2016-18 ITC New Zealand Surveys

Impact of smoking behaviours and attitudes in social networks on quit attempts: Findings from the 2016-18 ITC New Zealand Surveys

New Zealand tobacco tax increases - are they still having an impact? Findings from the 2016-18 ITC New Zealand Surveys

Perceptions and beliefs about e-cigarettes among smokers: findings from the 2016-18 ITC New Zealand surveys. [Poster]

World Conference Tobacco or Health -  Cape Town, South Africa, March 2018

Indigenous and non-indigenous experiences and views of tobacco tax increases: findings from the ITC New Zealand Survey

Achieving the tobacco endgame. The case for removing additives: findings from the ITC New Zealand Survey

Use of e-cigarettes among smokers and recent quitters: results from the ITC New Zealand Survey

Use of roll-your-own tobacco among Maori and non-Maori: results from the ITC New Zealand Survey

Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco Annual Meeting -  Baltimore, USA, February 2018

Hardening among indigenous and non-indigenous smokers: findings from the ITC New Zealand Survey

Smoking and quitting in social networks among indigenous and non-indigenous smokers: findings from the ITC New Zealand Survey

Oceania Tobacco Control - Hobart, Australia October 2017

Smoker support for retail and supply interventions: results from the New Zealand ITC project.

Smokers’ awareness, understanding and support for Smokefree 2025: results from the New Zealand ITC project.

Patterns of use of e-cigarettes among smokers and recent quitters: results from the New Zealand ITC project.

Views about e-cigarettes among smokers and recent quitters: results from the New Zealand ITC project.

When is Enough Enough? Smokers’ Experiences of Denormalisation and Stigma. - available on request from Janet Hoek

Māori smoker support for achieving a Smokefree Aotearoa by 2025

Māori smoker perceptions of tobacco tax

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