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Subject: Smoking, tobacco
This report provides an overview of progress in reducing Second Hand Smoke (SHS) exposure in Northern Ireland that incorporates the five year review of smoke-free legislation, but also extends to a consideration of SHS exposure in non-work environments. The report considers aspects of inequalities...
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Subject: Smoking, Cigarettes
 According to research commissioned by the Irish Cancer Society, there are approximately 134,000 e-cigarette users in Ireland.  Research into the long-term effects of their using e-cigarettes is not yet available.  The Irish Cancer Society cannot recommend the use of e-cigarettes without...
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The Healthy Ireland Survey is an interviewer-administered survey with interviews conducted on a face-to-face basis with individuals aged 15 and over. The initial wave of this survey involved 7,539 interviews. Fieldwork was conducted between November 2014 and August 2015.   Smoking 23% of the...
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Subject: Smoking
Health Service Executive. (2016) Smoking prevalence tracker: 2015 infographic. Dublin: Health Service Executive.
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Northern Ireland’s Health Survey 2017/18 reveals information on the health behaviours of the population. The survey of 3,355 people aged 16 and over living in Northern Ireland gives an overview of lifestyle behaviours such as smoking, alcohol consumption and general health. Some of the key...
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Subject: tobacco, Smoking
Cigarette smoking among adults including the proportion of people who smoke including demographic breakdowns, changes over time, and e-cigarettes. ??
This report provides an overview of results from the second wave of the Healthy Ireland Survey, an annual interviewer administered face-to-face survey commissioned by the Department of Health. The survey data plays a number of roles, including supporting the Department in ongoing engagement...
This report presents results from the 2015/16 Health Survey Northern Ireland. The fieldwork for the survey was conducted between April 2015 and March 2016. Results are based on responses from 3,915 individuals, with a response rate of 60% achieved. There has been a downward trend in self-reported...
The Health Behaviours in School Children (HBSC) survey 2014 shows that overall health levels are good. There are encouraging findings on consumption of fruit and vegetables, teeth cleaning, and a drop in smoking levels and consumption of sweets and soft drinks.  However, many children said they...
The Department of Health has published a report entitled - An assessment of the economic cost of smoking in Ireland.  The study was carried out for the Department of Health by ICF International.  The purpose of this study is to contribute to the evidence base of tobacco consumption and its effects...

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