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Win is a supportive push style anti-tobacco campaign from Cancer Institute NSW targeting smokers aged 18 to 54 years in NSW.

Win is a supportive push style anti-tobacco campaign from Cancer Institute NSW targeting smokers aged 18 to 54 years in NSW.

Take a look at the 'The Never Give Up Giving Up' campaign by Cancer Institute NSW, helping smokers understand multiple quit attempts is normal.

Take a look at the 'The Never Give Up Giving Up' campaign by Cancer Institute NSW, helping smokers understand multiple quit attempts is normal.

Evidence shows that endorsement, sponsorship and support from executives at district and hospital levels is key to the successful implementation of smoking cessation interventions in health services. Read how establishing appropriate governance structures is also crucial to affecting practice change.

Evidence shows that endorsement, sponsorship and support from executives at district and hospital levels is key to the successful implementation of smoking cessation interventions in health services. Read how establishing appropriate governance structures is also crucial to affecting practice change.

Understand why clarifying roles and responsibilities in smoking cessation is an important step in clinical environments where staff have competing demands and multiple pressures.

Understand why clarifying roles and responsibilities in smoking cessation is an important step in clinical environments where staff have competing demands and multiple pressures.

The sixth annual Innovations in Cancer Treatment and Care Conference 2017 is a free conference for health professionals across NSW. The conference is on Thursday, 14 September 2017. This year's keynote speaker is Dr Graham Warren.

The NSW Smoking Cessation Collaboration will directly contribute to implementing the delivery of routine brief interventions in smoking cessation through leadership and coordinated action.