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Tobacco - the story so far Proof change is possible Kathleen O’Meara Irish Cancer Society
Where we’ve come from
A success story U.S. rate fallen from 45% in 1954 to 22% in 2011
A success story U.K. rate fallen from 52% in 1974 to 22% in 2009
In Ireland smoking rate fallen to 24% thanks to… …And stakeholders working together
But…poor, young women smoke more
The road to success Legislation Prioritisation of Public Health Policy Political Champions Coalition Building New Ideas
Legislation – Ban on smoking in workplaces – Display ban – 10-packs banned – Graphic warnings – And more….
Global victories – WHO FCTC – Plain packaging – Global coalitions built – Tobacco Products Directive…maybe
Challenges Quit support Female smokers No National Tobacco Strategy Departments not working together Tobacco industry profits Tobacco industry tactics
Parallels between smoking and alcohol Glamour, attractive, cool National heritage and culture Political connections Economic arguments Front groups ‘Social’ smokers / drinkers
Change is possible See and be the change
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