Equity impact of European individual-level smoking cessation interventions to reduce smoking in adults: a systematic review

Brown T, Platt S, Amos A. Eur J Public Health. 2014 Aug;24(4):551-6 Background Smoking is the leading cause of health inequalities in Europe. Adults

Equity impact of population-level interventions and policies to reduce smoking in adults: a systematic review

Brown T, Platt S, Amos A. Drug Alcohol Depend. 2014 May 1;138:7-16. Background and aims There is strong evidence about which tobacco control policies

Socioeconomic and country variations in cross-border cigarette purchasing as tobacco tax avoidance strategy. Findings from the ITC Europe Surveys.

Nagelhout GE, van den Putte B, Allwright S, Mons U, McNeill A, Guignard R, Beck F, Siahpush M, Joossens L, Fong GT, de Vries

‘I bet I can do it!’ – Reach and effectiveness of a television show about smoking cessation among low, moderate, and high educated smokers.

Nagelhout GE, Wiebing MA, van den Putte B, de Vries H, Crone M, Bot SM, Willemsen MC. Tijdschrift voor Gezondheidswetenschappen. 2014 Mar;9 2(2):84-92. Introduction:

Impact of 2005 smoke-free policy in Italy on prevalence, cessation and intensity of smoking in the overall population and by educational group

Bruno Federico, Johan P Mackenbach, Terje A Eikemo, Anton E Kunst The aim of the paper is to estimate the immediate as well as

Does the association between different dimension of social capital and adolescent smoking vary by socioeconomic status? a pooled cross-national analysis

Pförtner TK, de Clercq B, Lenzi M, Vieno A, Rathmann K, Moor I, Hublet A, Molcho M, Kunst AE, Richter M. Int J Public