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Documents and links to information that can help you to inspire a smokefree generation

 

VIDEOS

Seize The Moment: Montage

Seize The Moment: Deborah Arnott

Seize The Moment: Linda Bauld

Seize The Moment: Martin Dockrell

Seize The Moment: Andrew Furber

Seize The Moment: Kylie Lindorff

The answer is plain – Campaign for plain cigarette packaging

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Breathe 2025 partners document

A document for partners to guide you through the actions that need to be taken by each locality to inspire a smokefree generation

 

Tobacco Control Consensus Statements on E-Cigarettes

The Yorkshire and the Humber Tobacco Control Network met on the 27th January 2016. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss and debate the place of e-cigarettes in the Tobacco Control and Harm Reduction agenda.

 

Seize The Moment: Standardised Packaging

Changes to tobacco regulations

Maximising the impact of standardised packaging – communications briefing

Content ideas for a local stakeholder workshop

Myth buster

Plain packaging and smoking cessation marketing

SPP postcard

Standardised packaging programme 19 May

Standardised packaging workshop 19 May

Table top discussion session 1

Table top discussion session 3

Tobacco infographic

Tobacco packaging guidance

The road to standardised packaging slide set

Understanding the regulations – trading standards/enforcement summary

Health warning images

Quick Packs: Standard Packs – a briefing for local authorities, designed with local elected members and councillors in mind.

Quick Packs: Standard Packs – a briefing for health professionals

Changes to tobacco packaging – information on the regulations, enforcement and compliance.

‘Never been a better time to quit’ resources

Healthmatters – seizing the moment to support smokers to quit (abbreviated version)

Health matters – seizing the moment to support smokers to quit (full version)

Health matters – seizing the moment to support smokers to quit (abbreviated version)

Health Matters – additional information and resources

 

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Quit 16

Quit 16 website

Quit 16 Document

Quit 16 Press Release

Quit 16 Leaflet

Quit 16 Briefing Sheet

Quit 16 Poster

Quit 16 Pharmacy Poster

 

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SCHOOLS

 

Kick Ash, example school policy (document)

NHS Smokefree website

NHS Smokefree, partner resources

Times Educational Supplement TES, Example lesson plans

Look Out school, Lesson plans

Schools health education unit, schools health surveys

Sheffield Health Setting, School resources (including smoking)

Cancer Research, youth and school resources

CBBC Newsround Smoking Lesson Plans

W-West (Why Waste Everything Smoking Tobacco?)
A website led by young people for young people. Scotland’s first choice oriented information group. It is made up of both smokers and non-smokers and aims to provide young people with easy access to the real facts about smoking, so that they can decide what is best for them.

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COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

Healthy Universities, toolkit

NHS Smokefree website

National Centre for Smoking Cessation Training (NCSCT), training

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PHARMACIES

National Centre for Smoking Cessation Training (NCSCT), training

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CCGS AND GPS

National Centre for Smoking Cessation Training (NCSCT), training

Smoking policy from gov.uk

Healthy Lives, Healthy People – A Tobacco Control Plan for England

Department of Health – Tobacco Control National Support Team Guide to Achieving Successful Local Tobacco Control

Public Health England’s report on E-Cigarettes

Smoking cessation in secondary care: mental health settings

Information on CLEAR

King’s Fund Report on Health and Wellbeing Boards

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BUSINESSES

 

South West Yorkshire, stop smoking toolkit

NHS Smokefree website

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LOCAL AUTHORITIES, ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES AND TRADING STANDARDS

 

Smokefree Action Coalition website

Smokefree Action: Declaration on Tobacco Control

Information on CLEAR

Tobacco Industry Tactics

Cancer Research, tobacco industry tactics

ASH, Tobacco industry

Smokefree Partnership, FCTC 5.3

CleaR – a way for local public health organisations to assess, review and improve their tobacco control work.

Smoking policy from gov.uk

Public Health England’s report on E-Cigarettes

Smoking cessation in secondary care: mental health settings

Department of Health – Tobacco Control National Support Team Guide to Achieving Successful Local Tobacco Control
King’s Fund Report on Health and Wellbeing Boards

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INDIVIDUALS

 

Getting help to stop smoking:

NHS Smokefree – this website contains a range of information and advice on stopping smoking as well as information on local services available in England.

Patient UK – Smoking Leaflet Series

Yorkshire Smokefree – Yorkshire Smokefree provides free expert advice and support for anyone who wants to stop smoking in Yorkshire (South Yorkshire, Wakefield, Kirkless and Calderdale)

Leeds Lets change – Leeds Stop smoking Service provides free expert advice and support in Leeds

Smokefreelife North Yorkshire – provides free expert advice and support in North Yorkshire

Ready Steady Stop – provides free expert advice and support in Hull

Smokefree life – provides free expert advice and support in North Lincolnshire

Health Trainers – provides free advice and support in the East Riding of Yorkshire

 

Support standardised packs:

Through Cancer Research

Through Plain Packs Protect

Through the British Lung Foundation

 

Illegal Tobacco:

Stop Illegal Tobacco – reporting illicit tobacco & selling to children

 

Contact your Politician:

Write to them

 

Smoking in Cars:

British Lung Foundation campaign

Smokefree Action Coalition

 

Smoking Cessation Training:

NCSCT

 

Smoking and the media:
Tobacco Free Futures – Smoking in the Media

 

More Information about Social Norms Approaches:
SONIC

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RESEARCH AND STATISTICS

 

Public Health England, statistics 2013, 2014, and reducing smoking info
Centre for Tobacco Control Research
Local Tobacco Control Profiles for England – London Public Health Observatory data which breaks smoking rates down to local level
Smoking, Drinking and Drug Use Among Young People 2013 (National statistics)

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CHARITIES

 

ASH – Action on smoking and health
a campaigning public health charity that works to eliminate the harm caused by tobacco
British Heart Foundation
Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation

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HEALTH ORGANISATIONS

 

National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE)
This independent organisation is responsible for providing national guidance on promoting good health and preventing and treating illness.
NICE smoking pathways – library of guidance produced
Local Government Association – dedicated health web pages

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INTERNATIONAL

WHO – the World Health Organisation, responsible for providing leadership on global health matters and monitoring and assessing health trends.
WHO Framework on tobacco control
Tobacco Control Journal
Tobacco Atlas
The Tobacco Atlas is for those interested in the effect tobacco has on health, economics, politics, big business, corporate behavior, poverty, gender issues, human rights, children, human development, globalization, smuggling, tax, religion, allocation of resources etc.
Americans for Non-Smokers Rights
Ideas and information from one of the most active campaign groups in the US.
Tobacco.org (International)
Comprehensive and current resource focusing on international tobacco and smoking issues
Truth
Truth is a youth prevention campaign funded by the American Legacy Foundation.
Reality Check
Reality Check is a youth-led movement within the New York State Department of Health Tobacco Control Program. They strive to change the social norm regarding tobacco by de-normalizing and de-glamorizing tobacco, tobacco use and the tobacco industry.
Quitza
Free smokefree social network

 

If you would like to recommend an informative sites for our resource section, please get in touch: info@breathe2025.org.uk

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