Investigating interventions to reduce tobacco use

Supporting evidence based tobacco control through intelligence, evaluation and research.

The Public Health Institute has undertaken a range of projects to provide policymakers and practitioners with the latest evidence on tobacco control policy and practice.

Original research and reviews of published literature are used to understand a range of topics including tobacco industry denormalisation interventions to reduce tobacco use in young people and the relationship between smoking behaviours and demographics, income, parental smoking, leisure activities and alcohol consumption.

Tobacco control forms a part of other areas of work undertaken by the Public Health Institute including population health surveys.


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