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Resources: NBATC Documents

Social Media Influences on Tobacco Use in Adolescents

Movie Influences on Tobacco Use in Adolescents 

Making My Outdoor Event Smoke-Free - A Guide for Event Planners, Organizers and Volunteers


This guide is designed to help New Brunswick communities make their outdoor events smoke-free. Many additional tools are provided, such as downloadable logos, signs and even social media messaging that can be used to communicate the smoke-free nature of events.

Key Cessation Resources for New Brunswick
The cessation inventory contains a listing of cessation resources for individuals, workplace leaders, health care providers and to assist in capacity building that are available to NBATC stakeholders.
This inventory of key cessation resources was compiled by the New Brunswick Anti-Tobacco Coalition (NBATC). For additional information on the NBATC, please contact its coordinator at: admin@nbatc.ca or 506-832-3857.

 

Susceptibility to Smoking Amongst Youth in New Brunswick

NBATC Electronic Cigarette Fact Sheet


Will I Gain Weight When I Quit Smoking: NBATC Fact Sheet 

 

Outdoor Spaces: Smoke-Free for All
An NBATC fact sheet developed to outline the benefits of smoke-free outdoor spaces.

 

Breathing Easy: Smoke-Free Outdoor Public Spaces and Events in New Brunswick 
Webinar on May 3, 2016 by Nina van der Pluijm, Senior Program and Policy Advisor, Office of the Chief Medical Officer of Health, New Brunswick Department of Health. (Audio recording)

Breathing Easy: Smoke-Free Outdoor Public Spaces and Events in New Brunswick
(Presentation slides)

Outdoor Tobacco Smoke - Evidence to Support Expanding Smoke-Free Spaces
NBATC Webinar with Dr. Ryan David Kennedy: Presentation Slides, January 2014

Smoking Cessation and the Workplace - Webinar January 21st, 2015

Smoking Cessation and the Workplace- Presentation Slides

Electronic Cigarette Use Among Quebec High School Students - Webinar Jan 28, 2015 by Annie Montreuil Ph.D

Electonic Cigarette Use Among Quebec High School Students - Presentation Slides

We do not smoke but some of us are more susceptible than others: A multilevel analysis of a sample of Canadian youth in grades 9 to 12. Youth Smoking Susceptibility Webinar with Dr. Susan Kaai Feb 10, 2015

Presentation Slides

 

Learn to Run for Smokers Webinar with Brigitte Ouellette May 28th, 2015

The Cost of Smoking in New Brunswick and the Economics of Tobacco Control
This report provides an overview of smoking trends in Canada and New Brunswick. It presents an analysis of the health-related costs of smoking and the benefits of smoking cessation. An economic analysis of the principal means to prevent and reduce the incidence of smoking is included.

 

The State of Smoking in New Brunswick
- Murray Kaiserman, Tobacco Control Program, Health Canada

This presentation was presented by Murray Kaiserman of Health Canada, to members of the NBATC Implementation Committee in April 2006. This presentation highlights a number of statistics related to tobacco use in New Brunswick.

 

The Influence of Tobacco Powerwall Advertising on Children

Watch this video to learn more about powerwall advertising and its influence on children

 

The Influence of Tobacco Powerwall Advertising on Children
Read this report to learn more about powerwall advertising and its influence on children.

 

Tobacco Industry Denormalization
Gar Mahood, Non-Smokers’ Rights Association

This presentation was provided at the NBATCs 4th Annual Forum (Oct. 19, 2005) and proposes how denormalization can impact the “tobacco epidemic”.



Smoke-Free Campus: Why Not?
- Lynn Ann Duffley, Canadian Cancer Society

This presentation provides support and justification for implementing smoke-free campus policies.

Tobacco Reduction Pilot Initiatives in the Educational Context - Reflections on Lessons Learned – August 2002
In April 2002 a joint project was undertaken by the Canadian Cancer Society – New Brunswick Division and W. Morrison & Associates Inc. in partnership with Health Canada to document and examine the range of present tobacco reduction initiatives being piloted in secondary schools in the New Brunswick context. The insights highlighted in this report will be helpful, not only for increasing awareness of the current activities related to tobacco reduction, but also for strengthening the approaches and partnerships that contribute to the move towards sustainable smoke-free school environments.

 

Investigating a School-Based Approach to Tobacco Control:The Hampton High School Initiative – July 2004
The Hampton High School initiative has served as a model for enhancement of health behaviours and tobacco control in New Brunswick. Three years following the initial implementation of this initiative, Health Canada in conjunction with the University of New Brunswick, completed a research investigation designed to assist in formally documenting the Hampton High School experience, and the key elements and processes that contributed to the reported outcomes of this initiative.
Full Report
Executive Summary

 

Building Partnerships: Tobacco Cessation in New Brunswick
This presentation was prepared by Marlien McKay for the NBATC 4th Annual Forum. The presentation highlights the challenges, benefits and requirements of working in the “white space”. In addition, the objectives of the NBATC Cessation Network are reviewed. An overview of a Comprehensive Cessation Support System is provided. Finally, opportunities for organizations and individuals to “fill in the white space” are discussed.

 

Developing a System of Care
- Dr. Robert Reid, University of Ottawa Heart Institute

This presentation was presented at the NBATC 4th Annual Forum and discusses doing ordinary things extraordinarily well in a systemic way, at the right time, using effective interventions, with measured outcomes, within a network of care and a culture of prevention.

 

The 10 Minute Motivator: Constructive conversations about smoking cessation in clinical practice
– Dr. Robert Reid, University of Ottawa Heart Institute

This presentation was presented at the NBATC 4th Annual Forum and discusses constructive conversations about smoking cessation in clinical practice.
 

Smoking in Public Places and Workplaces in New Brunswick and Manitoba –  Environics Research Group 2006
On October 1, 2004 New Brunswick and Manitoba implemented legislation banning smoking from public places and workplaces. This report discusses the changes in knowledge, attitudes and behaviours more than a year after the implemented legislation.

The Economic Impact of Smoke-Free Places: An Assessment for New Brunswick - GPI Atlantic 2002
This study aims to evaluate the potential economic impact of smoke-free policies and legislation that would restrict smoking in public places in New Brunswick.
Full report
Executive Summary

 

Smoke-Free New Brunswick: Lessons Learned
- Lynn Ann Duffley, Canadian Cancer Society

This presentation was presented at the 4th Annual Forum of the NBATC. The presentation provides the key ingredients that led to NB Smoke-Free Places Act.