International review of the health and economic impact of the regulation of smoking in public places

Anne Ludbrook, S Bird, E van Teijlingen

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Abstract

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.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationEdinburgh, United Kingdom
PublisherNHS Health Scotland
Number of pages140
ISBN (Print)184485289X
Publication statusPublished - 2005

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Ludbrook, A., Bird, S., & van Teijlingen, E. (2005). International review of the health and economic impact of the regulation of smoking in public places. Edinburgh, United Kingdom: NHS Health Scotland.

International review of the health and economic impact of the regulation of smoking in public places. / Ludbrook, Anne; Bird, S; van Teijlingen, E.

Edinburgh, United Kingdom : NHS Health Scotland, 2005. 140 p.

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned Report

Ludbrook, A, Bird, S & van Teijlingen, E 2005, International review of the health and economic impact of the regulation of smoking in public places. NHS Health Scotland, Edinburgh, United Kingdom.
Ludbrook A, Bird S, van Teijlingen E. International review of the health and economic impact of the regulation of smoking in public places. Edinburgh, United Kingdom: NHS Health Scotland, 2005. 140 p.
Ludbrook, Anne ; Bird, S ; van Teijlingen, E. / International review of the health and economic impact of the regulation of smoking in public places. Edinburgh, United Kingdom : NHS Health Scotland, 2005. 140 p.
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