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Related to 'CI Tobacco Tracking Survey (CITTS)'

The Cancer Institute Tobacco Tracking Survey (CITTS) has been undertaken since 2005 to evaluate the effectiveness of various anti-tobacco campaigns and to monitor smoking and quitting-related cognitions and behaviours among smokers (and recent quitters) in NSW.

This is to present the campaign description and evaluation outcomes for the Mick campaign. The target audiences are Public Health professionals and academics with an interest in Tobacco Control advertising campaigns.

What's Worse anti-smoking campaign overview in New South Wales (NSW): campaign description, media channels, evaluation results and impact. For public health professionals with an interest in tobacco control.

Overview of the Last Dance anti-smoking campaign in New South Wales (NSW): campaign description, media channels, evaluation results and impact. For public health professionals with an interest in tobacco control.

Overview of the Many Diseases anti-smoking campaign in New South Wales (NSW): campaign description, media channels, evaluation results and impact. For public health professionals with an interest in tobacco control.

Overview of the Terrie anti-smoking campaign in New South Wales (NSW): campaign description, media channels, evaluation results and impact. For public health professionals with an interest in tobacco control.