Public health policies and interventions to reduce tobacco-related harms among socially disadvantaged populations and ‘low probability quitters’ [ 2014 - ]

Also known as: 5014768

Research Grant

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Researchers: A/Pr Coral Gartner (Principal investigator)

Brief description Tobacco continues to be a leading cause of preventable death and disease in Australia. Those who are socially disadvantaged are at higher risk of smoking, which contributes to the health gap between the rich and poor. This research will provide evidence for policy makers on interventions which could reduce smoking among the most disadvantaged in society. It will also examine whether less harmful nicotine products could a reduce health risks in smokers who find quitting difficult.

Funding Amount $404,884.00

Funding Scheme Career Development Fellowships

Notes Population Health CDF

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