Research International


Relationship between trying an electronic cigarette and subsequent cigarette experimentation in Scottish adolescents: a cohort study. Best C, Haseen F, Currie D, et al. Tob Control. doi:10.1136/ tobaccocontrol-2017-053691



The Effect of Graphic Cigarette Warning Labels on Smoking Behavior: Evidence from the Canadian Experience. Azagba S., and Sharaf M.  Nicotine & Tobacco Research, March 2013.


Health warning messages on tobacco products: a review. Hammond D, Tobacco Control doi:10.1136/tc.2010.037630


The health effects of tobacco and health warning messages on cigarette packages – survey of adults and adult smokers: Wave 9 Surveys. Prepared by Environics Research Group, January 2005.


A review of the science base to support the development of health warnings for tobacco packages.  Sambrook Research International.  May 2009.


Tobacco Warning Labels:  Evidence of Effectiveness.  Tobaccofreekids.


Adolescents perceived effectiveness of the proposed European graphic tobacco warning labels. Vardavas, C.I., Connolly, G., Karamanolis, K., Kafatos, A.  European Journal of Public Health 19(2):212-7, 2009.


Do graphic health warning labels have an impact on adolescents’ smoking-related beliefs and behaviours? White, V, Webster B, & Wakefield M.  Addiction 103(9):1562-71, 2008.



Cigarette pack design and adolescent smoking susceptibility:  a cross-sectional survey. Ford, A., Mackintosh, A.M., Moodie, C, Richardson, S., Hastings, G. 2013.


Plain packaging of tobacco products:  A review of the evidence.  Cancer Council Victoria.  Quit Victoria.  May 2011.


Plain Tobacco Packaging:  A Systematic Review.  Moodie, C., Stead, M., Bauld, L., McNeill, Angusa, K., Hinds, K., Kwan, I., Thomas, J., Hastings, G., O’Mara-Eves, A.


Introduction effects of the Australian plain packaging policy on adult smokers: a cross-sectional study.  Wakefield, M, Hayes, L., Borland, R.  2013.



Inquiry into smoking in private vehicles.  All Party Parliamentary Group on Smoking and Health.  2011.


Ninety-six percent of New Zealand smokers support smokefree cars containing preschool children. The New Zealand Medical Journal.  November 2008.