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A recommended population strategy to help Canadian tobacco users




Funding for the development of this paper was provided to the author by the Tobacco Control Programme of Health Canada, the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario (grant # HBR 4858), and the National Cancer Institute of Canada (grant #10204). [...] He has received research funding from the National Cancer Institute of Canada, the Heart and Stoke Foundation, Ontario Division, the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care (through the Ontario Tobacco Research Unit), and the Canadian Institutes of Health Research. [...] Appropriate is defined as an intervention which is effective, satisfactory to the user, and enables existing resources to be used in a manner that maximally reduces the burden of tobacco use across the population of users. [...] Specifically, we will require a combination of policies to motivate tobacco users to quit, and quitters to remain abstinent; communications to motivate tobacco users to quit and use appropriate services; programs and products to improve tobacco users’ access to effective and appropriate behavioral, social, and pharmacological support; methods to improve coordination across programs and products; i [...] Funding for these special initiatives should come from a variety of sources including Health Canada, the Canadian Tobacco Control Research Initiative, the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, the Canadian Institutes of Health, the National Cancer Institute of Canada, the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada, the Canadian Lung Association, and provincial and territorial governments.



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