In 2004, the Scottish Executive published its Tobacco Control Action Plan, which included as an action point the intention to 'sponsor a major public debate on actions to minimise the impact of second-hand smoke'. A public consultation relating to smoking in public places was launched in June 2004. A number of specific studies were also commissioned to support the consultation and this report contains a summary of the results of a review of evidence about the impacts of smoking bans and restrictions.
|Place of Publication||Edinburgh, United Kingdom|
|Publisher||NHS Health Scotland|
|Number of pages||140|
|Publication status||Published - 2005|
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Improved public health through the impact of research underpinning the introduction of Smokefree Legislation in Scotland
Anne Ludbrook (Coordinator), Edwin Van Teijlingen (Coordinator) & Sheona Anne Bird (Coordinator)