Cobiac, L., Ikeda, T., Nghiem, N., Blakely, T., & Wilson, N.
21 August, 2014
Objective We examine the potential role for taxation in the tobacco endgame in New Zealand, where the goal is to become ‘smokefree’ (less than 5% smoking prevalence) by 2025.
Oliver, J., Thomson, G and Wilson, N.
3 March, 2014
We aimed to identify what themes could be found in online discussions provoked by news articles on smokefree outdoor public areas in New Zealand, and to explore the potential utility of this data source for public health research more generally.
24 March, 2013
Smoking contributes to death and disease for many New Zealanders. The majority of smokers want to quit, and chances of success increase with the number of quit attempts if supported by treatment.
2 February, 2013
Many Māori and Pacific Island people smoke, and the prevalence isn’t significantly declining. Māori and Pacific Island people are more likely to quit smoking for the sake of their children, rather than their own health.
New Zealand Parliament.
1 February, 2011
The Government welcomes the Report of the Māori Affairs Committee on its Inquiry into the tobacco industry in Aotearoa and the consequences of tobacco use for Māori.
NZ House of Representatives Māori Affairs Committee.
11 November, 2010
With smoking rates amongst Māori double that of the general population, tobacco has a particularly devastating impact on Māori, and accounts for a significant portion of the life expectancy differential between Māori and non-Māori.
9 November, 2016
This publication discusses the diagnosis and management of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and presents the full range of treatments available for this condition in New Zealand.
Dr Matire Harwood
9 February, 2018
Features Māori exercise quit smoking programme for pregnant women.
Professor Jim Reid
2 March, 2018
Research review with a feature on the risks of cigarette consumption.
Professor Lutz Beckert
1 August, 2018
Respiratory research review with a focus on COPD