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Tobacco - harm reduction: evidence reviews

  • Review 1: Safety, risk and pharmacokinetics profiles of tobacco harm reduction technologies
  • Review 2: The effectiveness of tobacco harm reduction approaches with the intention of quitting (that is, cutting down to quit or reduction to stop smoking), with and without assistance
  • Review 3: The effectiveness of long-term harm reduction approaches without the prior intention of quitting. See also appendices.
  • Review 4: Barriers and facilitators to implementing tobacco harm reduction approaches, including user and provider perspectives (main report). See also appendices.
  • Review 5: Long term use of non-tobacco nicotine containing products in individuals who have quit smoking abruptly

Review 1 was conducted by Cedar, Cardiff and Vale University Health Board.

Reviews 2-5 were conducted by Support Unit for Research Evidence (SURE), Cardiff University.

This page was last updated: 03 December 2012

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