As well as tweeting and reporting from the recent Oceania Tobacco Control conference in Perth, Marie McInerney conducted several interviews via the Periscope app for the Croakey Conference News Service.
They are all available at Croakey TV – or watch them below.
On the tobacco epidemic across the globe & region
Professor Alan Lopez talks about the ongoing tobacco burden: individual, regional and global.
How medicos can start the quit smoking conversation
Kirsten Corban talks about the Starting the Conversation program on smoking cessation at Melbourne’s Alfred Health.
Talking about a landmark study on tobacco health impacts
Professor Emily Banks is Scientific Director of the Sax Institute’s 45 and Up Study, which conducted a four-year analysis of tobacco-related health outcomes from more than 200,000 people.
Talking About The Smokes
David Thomas led the Talking About The Smokes national collaborative research project. He told the Oceanic Tobacco Control Conference in Perth that it had busted important myths about Indigenous smoking.
Tobacco control for disadvantaged groups
Cancer Council NSW senior research and evaluation analyst Rae Fry talks about smart smoking cessation support in two services working with highly vulnerable young people
Are Australian smoking laws and standards ready for e-cigarettes?
At the 2015 Oceania Tobacco Control Conference, Jacqui Bell from Quit Victoria shows two c-cigarette advertisements and talks about the issues they raise for regulators.
Will New Zealand be smoke-free by 2025?
Public Health Professor Richard Edwards talks about what’s needed to create tobacco control momentum in NZ: http://smokefree.org.nz/smokefree-2025
A tobacco-free generation?
Sally Dunlop on social marketing for smoking cessation
The economics of tobacco control
US economist Frank Chaloupka told the Oceania Tobacco Control Conference in Perth that “tobacco control makes good economic sense”.