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Tobacco & Inequalities Project

Ann MacInnes

Tobacco & Inequalities Project

evaluation report

by Ann MacInnes

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Published by ASH Scotland in Edinburgh .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Smoking -- Scotland.

  • Edition Notes

    Title from cover.

    StatementAnn MacInnes, Paula Gaunt-Richardson and Margaret Black.
    ContributionsGaunt-Richardson, Paula., Black, Margaret., ASH Scotland.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15491769M
    ISBN 100952067331

    Breathing in tobacco smoke damages cells in the lungs and increases a person’s risk for breathing problems and respiratory illnesses. Inhaling tobacco smoke can damage blood vessels and increase a person’s risk of a heart attack. Nicotine present in tobacco and electronic cigarettes travels quickly to the brain. There it changes the way. OCLC Number: Notes: Title from prospectus. "Commissioned by Duke University in Durham, N. Carolina, this project focuses on the University's historical connection to Durham's 'tobacco culture' and its economic ties to the cultivation and sale of tobacco products.

    Cancer Research UK briefing: Tobacco related inequalities Tobacco control is central to any strategy to tackle health inequalities as smoking accounts for approximately half of the difference in life expectancy between the lowest and highest . Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.

    Follow these three campaigns in the light of what this book teaches you about how inequality in the opportunity to earn, to learn, and to revise the political system we have inherited has led to the moral and social impoverishment under which the 99 percent lives today. Read more. 13 people found this by: FINAL DRAFT 1 TOBACCO USE AND THE SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH Annette M. David1, Kathy Esson2, Anne-marie Perucic3, Cristopher Fitzpatrick3 INTRODUCTION “Tackling inequalities in smoking is a.


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Tobacco & Inequalities Project by Ann MacInnes Download PDF EPUB FB2

In other countries, these differences are referred to as inequalities. Tobacco use inequalities occur along the entire tobacco use continuum including initiation, current use, amount consumed each day, cessation, relapse, level of dependence, and psychosocial and societal resources. While research sheds light on some of these inequalities, there are many challenges in attempting to unravel the effects of social stratification on tobacco-related.

Background: e-cigarettes and tobacco inequalities Addressing inequalities in tobacco-related harm is an ongoing challenge for the UK and Scottish governments. The growing use of e-cigarettes within the UK represents a new development for the public health community as practitioners, researchers, advocates and.

Tobacco and inequities Key messages • Socioeconomic inequities in tobacco consumption in Europe are large, and are widening. • Tobacco use is a leading contributor to overall health inequities in Europe. • Policies that reduce smoking prevalence do not necessarily reduce inequities, and can in fact make inequities Size: KB.

This book explores how best frontline health workers in areas of deprivation can address these problems. Aimed at doctors and their wider multidisciplinary teams, this book provides key knowledge and practical advice on how to address the causes and consequences of health inequalities to achieve better outcomes Tobacco & Inequalities Project book patients.

Evaluating the Impact of the Phase 3 Tobacco and Inequalities Project Targeting Minority Ethnic Communities, Mental Health and Well-being, and Older Adults. ASH Scotland commissioned the Scottish Centre for Research on Social Justice (SCRSJ), based at the University of Glasgow, to conduct the external evaluation of the Phase 3 work.

SCRSJ worked closely with the projects, all pertinent ASH Scotland staff and any nominated partners to conduct a process.

printIntroduction In the UK, smoking rates have declined year-on-year in response to a comprehensive evidenced-based tobacco control strategy. However, while rates have broadly declined across society, they remain disproportionately high in some communities and inequalities in smoking rates have grown since the turn of the century.

Regardless of. • represent solutions to inequalities on the number line • simplify and solve linear inequalities by table, graph and/or formula Teaching & Learning Plan: Inequalities. Equations vs. Inequalities Mini-Poster Project Tags: alternative assessment, curriculum ideas, lesson plan, project The first chapter in my first book is entitled "The Mini-Poster," so it should be no surprise that it's a favorite that I constantly adapt to new topics.

ASH Briefing: Health inequalities and smoking. This briefing explains why smoking is a major contributory factor and what can be done to reduce health inequalities caused by smoking. It examines the relationship between smoking and socio-economic status, and certain social groups such as people with mental health conditions, prisoners, looked-after.

The Inequality Project: the Guardian's in-depth look at our unequal world Inequality Today we kick off a new project investigating inequality of all Author: Mike Herd.

In Australia, a higher level of national funding for tobacco control was associated with lower smoking prevalence rates in low-SES groups, suggesting a negative equity impact (i.e., widening of inequalities).

24 In Finland, the introduction of the Tobacco Act in had a negative equity impact on men and a positive impact on women. 25 In the Cited by: Tobacco and Inequalities Project Evaluation report. By Ann MacInnes, Paula Gaunt-Richardson, Margaret Black and ASH.

Scotland (United Kingdom) Abstract. Includes bibliographical references. Title from coverSIGLEAvailable from British Library Document Supply Centre- DSC:m03/ / BLDSC - British Library Document Supply CentreGBUnited Kingdo.

ASH Scotland: Tobacco and inequalities August 4. promotion outlets) make it harder for people to quit. 18, as do experiences of financial difficulties. Analysis of data from NHS smoking cessation services in Scotlandshows that they are effective in assisting smokers from poorer areas to quit.

Although the individual. Cancer Research UK Briefing: The Impact of Tobacco Use on Health Inequalities Smoking is a greater source of health inequality than social position, underlining that without reducing smoking prevalence in the most deprived groups (as well as reducing the number of smokers overall), policies designed to.

Identifying best practises in actions on tobacco smoking to reduce health inequalities August 4 Introduction Tobacco smoking in the European Union is considered an important contributor to inequalities in health.

Measures to control tobacco have been implemented atFile Size: KB. The relationship between smoking and social disadvantage is complex. Experiencing social disadvantage increases the risk of being a regular smoker (Hiscock et al., a), and tobacco use compounds existing social inequalities and poverty by reducing funds available for essential expenses such as food, clothing and housing (Siapush et al., ).Cited by: 9.

Mackenbach and Bakker have assembled evidence of successful interventions to reduce health inequalities in a recent book. 3 In this book, Platt and colleagues have argued that by concentrating on reducing overall tobacco consumption, we are missing the chance to tackle health inequalities.

4 After reviewing a selection of intervention studies Cited by: Xu Bing: Tobacco Project explores the production and culture of tobacco as seen through the eyes of one of China’s most innovative contemporary exhibition combines important pieces from the artist’s earlier projects at Duke University in North Carolina and the Shanghai Gallery of Art in China with new work inspired by visits to tobacco farms, warehouses, and.

Growing evidence of place-based disparities in smok 13–26 has created an area of enquiry which posits that general social inequalities in smoking may also be related to neighbourhood inequalities in smoking.

The overarching aim of the ISIS study is thus to understand: (i) why do lower SES smokers not follow the secular trend in smoking reduction at Cited by: Identifying and understanding inequalities in child welfare interventions: comparative studies in four UK countries.

A two year research project funded by the Nuffield Foundation. Background. This project is a major study of inequalities in child welfare intervention rates within and between the four UK countries.

Determinants of inequities in tobacco use 6 3. Identify promising strategies which could feasibly be implemented in Victoria, and across Australia, at each level of the Framework and identify key policy and implementation considerations; and 4.

Identify key gaps in the evidence base and make recommendations for future research.The project is carried out by Centre for Gender Equality Information located in the National Institute for Health and Welfare. The project is funded by the European Union’s Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme (REC) –  Objective: To assess the effects of population tobacco control interventions on social inequalities in smoking.

Data sources: Medical, nursing, psychological, social science and grey literature databases, bibliographies, hand-searches and contact with authors.

Study selection: Studies were included (n = 84) if they reported the effects of any population-level tobacco Cited by: