Evidence to Guide Action: Comprehensive Tobacco Control in Ontario (2016)

Tobacco is a leading cause of preventable death in Ontario. It is responsible for approximately 13,000 deaths per year. That’s 36 deaths per day.

Evidence to Guide Action: Comprehensive Tobacco Control in Ontario (2016) provides up-to-date evidence on 56 interventions for reducing tobacco use in Ontario and covers the four pillars of tobacco control: industry, prevention, protection and cessation. It is a report of the Smoke-Free Ontario Scientific Advisory Committee 2016.

Comprehensive Tobacco Control in Ontario in 2016 Report

A video about the Evidence to Guide Action: Comprehensive tobacco control in Ontario (2016), a report of the best available tobacco control research across the four pillars of tobacco control.

Duration: 2 min

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Updated 20 Nov 2019