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Evidence to Guide Action: Comprehensive tobacco control in Ontario (2016)

A report of the Smoke-Free Ontario Scientific Advisory Committee 2016

About the Report

Evidence to Guide Action: Comprehensive tobacco control in Ontario (2016) is a rigorous synthesis report of the best available tobacco control research across the four pillars of tobacco control: industry, prevention, protection and cessation. The report summarizes 56 interventions and assesses their potential contribution to reduce tobacco use and associated burden in Ontario.

 
 
  
 

Visual Summary

No Smoking stop sign This one page summary provides a high-level overview of the report and outlines important information to help guide you through the report.

Executive Summary

Man smoking Discover which tobacco control interventions have the greatest potential for reducing tobacco use in Ontario in this downloadable version of the Executive Summary.

 

Additional Resources

Ontario Tobacco Control Efforts between January 2010 and July 2015:  A jurisdictional scan 

2010 Report coverThis report outlines tobacco control program and policy initiatives implemented in Ontario between January 2010 and July 2015.

Learn more

Evidence to Guide Action 2010 Report
(SFO-SAC 2010)

2010 Report coverThis report highlights evidence on effective tobacco control interventions up to 2009 and provides recommendations that were used to help renew the Smoke-Free Ontario strategy for 2010-15.

Read the report

Contact us

For questions about the report or any resources on this webpage, please contact:
Health Promotion, Chronic Disease and Injury Prevention
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