Published in 2010, Evidence to Guide Action: Comprehensive Tobacco Control in Ontario establishes a new benchmark of evidence-informed scientific and technical advice to help renew the Smoke-Free Ontario strategy for 2010-15. Its recommendations:
Support youth and young adults to remain tobacco-free
Address how to protect against physical and social exposure to tobacco smoke, pointing to social norms as being key
- Create an integrated, comprehensive, easy-to-access systems approach to cessation
- Discuss tobacco-related disparities and health equity
- Identify key system enablers for comprehensive tobacco control
- Formulate logic models to help organize the distribution and sequencing of inputs for the next generation of tobacco control interventions.
SFO-SAC report webinar
To learn more - check out our webinar on SFO-SAC
PHO and the Program Training and Consultation Centre (PTCC) at Cancer Care Ontario held a webinar. Participants included medical officers of health, tobacco control coordinators, youth development specialists, tobacco control area network coordinators, and other practitioners working in tobacco control at the local level.
Webinar presentation and audio recording
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