Consultation on the future of tobacco control consultation report

Cover of: Consultation on the future of tobacco control |

Published by The Dept. of Health in London .

Written in English

Read online


  • Tobacco use -- Great Britain -- Prevention,
  • Tobacco use -- Government policy -- Great Britain,
  • Smoking -- Great Britain -- Prevention,
  • Smoking -- Government policy -- Great Britain

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Book details

Statementprepared by Department of Health tobacco programme.
ContributionsGreat Britain. Dept. of Health.
LC ClassificationsHV5770.G8 C66 2008
The Physical Object
Pagination41 p. ;
Number of Pages41
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23836692M
LC Control Number2009378059

Download Consultation on the future of tobacco control

This consultation is part of a broader consultation process on the future of tobacco control in Canada. Some consultation sessions took place in the summer and fall of A National Forum with stakeholders will take place from February 28 to March 2, For more information on the consultation and how Canadians can participate, please visit the Consultation on the future of tobacco control in Canada.

Quick Facts. Canada has made great strides in tobacco control, with the overall smoking rate dropping from 22% in down to 13% in Author: Health Canada.

Consultation on the future of tobacco control Packing of tobacco products: pack size Currently, cigarettes sold from a retail business must be sold in pre-packed quantities of 10 or more. Packs of 10 cigarettes, often referred to as ‘kiddie’ packs, are widely available for sale.

Packs of 10 are. Consultation on the future of tobacco control: Consultation report • running a world class marketing and communications programme that has reached out to millions of smokers with information on and support in quitting.

The Consultation on the future of tobacco control is the first step in developing a new national. Tough new measures to limit the advertising and availability of tobacco and tobacco-related products have gone out for consultation.

Date: 06/06/ Consultation on the future of tobacco control book refer to the resource: Suggested citation: refer to the resource. () Consultation on the future of tobacco control [Online].

Get this from a library. Consultation on the Future of Tobacco Control in Canada: What We Heard. -- 'To solicit the views of Canadians on a renewed strategy for tobacco control in Canada, the consultation document Seizing the opportunity: the future of tobacco control in Canada was released.

Response to the UK Department of Health’s Consultation on the Future of Tobacco Control 5 September Japan Tobacco International is a subsidiary of Japan Tobacco Inc., the world’s third largest global tobacco company.

It produces three of the top five worldwide cigarette brands: Winston, Mild. New approach to tobacco control is needed. The Government of Canada is committed to charting a new course in tobacco control that seeks to radically reduce the unacceptable burden inflicted on our society by tobacco use by putting the health of Canadians first and driving down tobacco use.

In the West Midlands we are holding a special day to get the consultation process underway. Click on the link for a more information and a booking form.

Rights: refer to the resource: Suggested citation: refer to the resource. DH Invitation to a Special Consultation Briefing - The Future of Tobacco Control [Online]. Period for consultation.

From 24 September to 17 December Objective of the consultation. The objective of the consultation was to offer an early opportunity for the public to comment on the need to revise the Directive and on various policy options that such a revision may involve.

The Tobacco Products Directive dates from Submission to the Department of Health Consultation on the future of tobacco control. September Transform Drug Policy Foundation is the UK’s leading centre of expertise on drug policy and law reform.

For more information please visit As a registered charity and campaigning policy Consultation on the future of tobacco control book our mission is to. The World Health Organization Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (WHO FCTC) is a treaty adopted by the 56th World Health Assembly held in Geneva, Switzerland on 21 May It became the first World Health Organization treaty adopted under article 19 of the WHO constitution.

The treaty came into force on 27 February It had been signed by countries and is legally binding in Effective: 27 February Ninety-one Australian tobacco control stakeholders took part in a web-based survey about the future of tobacco control policies.

The policy deemed most important in decreasing smoking was to. “Let us take the air, in a tobacco trance, Admire the moments Discuss the late events, Correct our watches by the public clocks. Then sit for half an hour and drink our bocks.” ― T.S. Eliot, Prufrock and Other Observations. Cigarettes are a rock-solid, gold-plated investment.

Tobacco shares are the highest-performing on the stock exchange, and will stay that way. They have risen by % compared to the benchmark. (By some measurements tobacco has beaten the rest by 1. The Health Promotion Board, together with the Ministry of Health (MOH) and the Health Sciences Authority (HSA), is holding a public consultation to seek views from the public on a suite of potential tobacco control measures that Singapore could potentially introduce to more effectively discourage Singaporeans from picking up smoking, and encourage smokers to kick the habit.

Get this from a library. Seizing the opportunity: the future of tobacco control in Canada. [Canada. Health Canada,;] -- "The expiry of the current Federal Tobacco Control Strategy (FTCS) in March presents an opportunity to modernize the federal approach. This consultation is. tobacco to a minimum over the next few years, the epidemic of tobacco-related diseases may be over by The overarching vision of the national tobacco control strategy for the period – is a longterm goal of making Norway a tobacco free society.

This is also part of the Tobacco Control Act objective, cf. Section 1. Tobacco Control in Developing CountriesTobacco Control in Developing Countries The World Bank World Health Organization. Tobacco ControlThe Economist MethodologyMethodology n Consultation workshops: Past and future tobacco deaths (in millions) Time Millions of deaths (mostly in developed.

Draft potential examples of warnings directly on cigarettes included in the consultation document published by the Canadian Department of Health. All articles written by Marita Hefler unless otherwise attributed. Ideas and items for News Analysis should be sent to: @ On 26 Octoberthe Canadian Department of Health launched a public consultation to require Author: Marita Hefler.

Future tobacco control strategies can seek to transform the tobacco market from one occupied by for-profit corporations to one where tobacco is supplied by institutions that share a health mandate Author: Clive Bates.

Introduction Transnational tobacco companies (TTCs) submitted evidence to the UK Consultation on standardised packaging (SP) to argue the policy will have detrimental economic impacts and increase illicit tobacco trade. Methods A content analysis of the four TTC submissions to the consultation assessed the relevance and quality of evidence TTCs cited to support their by: Training the next generation of cancer researchers and care providers, as well as tobacco control and cessation efforts, remain at the forefront of our work, as does developing palliative care initiatives.

The work conducted by CGH staff in previous years in these areas has provided a. For the past half century, the tobacco control community, both in the United States and internationally, yearned for a “tobacco-free society.” During the s, under the leadership of then-FDA Commissioner Richard Kessler, we attempted to secure federal legislation that would have empowered the FDA to ban at least some tobacco products.

Worldwide, more than 1 billion people use tobacco, resulting in about 6 million deaths per year. The tobacco industry's documented history of subverting control efforts required innovative approaches by WHO—led by Gro Harlem Brundtland—including invocation of its Cited by: The recent publication Post-harvest Tobacco Infestation Control is presented in outline.

Authored, compiled, and edited by specialists from the international cigarette manufacturing companies, plus consultation with the global tobacco industry, the book is a record of acceptable methodology for infestation management. The book reviews all aspects of the insect pests of tobacco, including.

Overview. Directive /37/EC (TPD) lays down rules at EU level on the regulation of tobacco products. These rules have been in place for over a decade and in order to reflect scientific and market developments, and also international agreements under the World Health Organisation (WHO) Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC), the European Commission published a proposal.

Tobacco control is a global health priority. The WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control, which entered into force informalised global commitment,1 and so far has been ratifi ed by parties.2 However, country-specifi c progress varies substantially, with very high prevalence of smoking among both men and women in many countries attempt to draw together in one comprehensive book an analysis of tobacco-control policy (past,present and future) in the European Report presents the extent of the public health and economic cost of smoking and tobacco to European provides a review of.

Last Wednesday the Government of Canada launched a 7-week public consultation pertaining to the future of tobacco control in Canada, with the aim of renewing the Federal Tobacco Control Strategy that expires in March The aim is to reduce smokers from the current rate of 13% by 5% over the next two decades, which would essentially equate to a reduction of about two million smokers.

that sustain the tobacco epidemic • within a specific time (an endpoint). • the idea: going beyond tobacco control (tobacco is here to stay/ policy objective is to regulate the time, place, and manner of its use) towards planning a tobacco-free future.

• Vision and goals are more important than specific strategies. This document summarises responses to the consultation on the tax treatment of heated tobacco products. It also provides the government response, indicating an intention to create a Author: HM Treasury.

Introduction. The Tobacco Control Playbook has been developed by collecting numerous evidence-based arguments from different thematic areas, reflecting the challenges that tobacco control leaders have faced while implementing various articles of the WHO FCTC and highlighting arguments they have developed in order to counter and succeed against the tobacco is the start of what is.

Tobacco-control resources family physicians may wish to explore include the upcoming webinar "Tobacco Control and the Patient-Centered Medical Home" and the archive at the Center for the Study of.

Introduction. This paper makes a radical proposal for the regulation of tobacco markets which are overwhelmingly dominated by cigarettes. It shows how market failure, in the form of market power, combined with well intentioned and necessary tobacco control policies, including taxation and marketing restrictions, have had the unintended consequence of giving cigarette manufacturers Cited by:   Great Policy Successes This case study corresponds to a chapter by Paul Cairney, entitled "The transformation of UK tobacco control", in the book Great Policy Successes, co-edited by Mallory Compton and Paul 't Hart.

The book brings together fifteen cases of highly successful governance from around the world. WHO/Europe published a report looking at the latest data and information on tobacco use and the implementation of tobacco control in the WHO European Region.

The report, entitled “Taking stock: tobacco control in the WHO European Region in ”, was launched during an event in Warsaw, Poland, on 19 September The Scottish Government launched a tobacco control strategy in with the ambition of making Scotland tobacco smoke-free by However, 17% of the adult population in Scotland smoke cigarettes.

This study aimed to provide insight into why policies are successful or not and provide suggestions for future policy actions. Individual interviews with ten tobacco control experts were Cited by: 2. “A Bill for an Act to Repeal the Tobacco (Control) Act Cap T16 Laws of the Federation and to Enact the National Tobacco Control Bill to provide for the Regulation or Control of Production, Manufacture, Sale, Advertising, Promotion and Sponsorship of Tobacco or Tobacco Products in Nigerian and for other Relates Matters” (National.

The objectives of the tobacco control plan are to: reduce the number of 15 year olds who regularly smoke from 8% to 3% or less; reduce smoking among adults in Author: Department of Health And Social Care.

World No Tobacco Day (WNTD) is observed around the world every year on 31 May. It is intended to encourage a hour period of abstinence from all forms of tobacco consumption around the globe. The day is further intended to draw attention to the widespread prevalence of tobacco use and to negative health effects, which currently lead to more than 7 million deaths each year worldwide Date: 31 May.Indiscussion began in Brussels on the need for further tobacco control measures.

Following extensive consultation, in November the European Commission proposed a Cited by: Part I. Action for tobacco control Chapter 1. The need for tobacco control Patterns of tobacco use and mortality World Health Assembly resolutions The social acceptability of tobacco use The importance of effective tobacco control Monitoring the tobacco epidemic Background reading Chapter 2.

A national plan of action for comprehensive tobacco.

96760 views Thursday, November 5, 2020