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

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

Find out how the use of data collection tools and feedback processes can increase the frequency and impact of smoking cessation interventions in hospitals and health services.

Find out how the use of data collection tools and feedback processes can increase the frequency and impact of smoking cessation interventions in hospitals and health services.

Three researchers in NSW share how they are working to change lives by reducing tobacco use across the state.

Win is a new supportive push style anti-tobacco campaign targeting smokers aged 18 to 54 years in NSW. The campaign will run from 22 October to 2 December 2017.

Win is a new supportive push style anti-tobacco campaign targeting smokers aged 18 to 54 years in NSW. The campaign will run from 22 October to 2 December 2017.

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.

Health professionals are being encouraged to refer patients who smoke to the NSW Quitline, and potentially double their chances of quitting smoking.