The ENSH-Global Network application for membership of the Framework Convention Alliance was formally approved on the 9th June 2016. The ENSH-Global Board invites all members to support and contribution to active participation of ...read more here
Two e-cigarette companies are being accused of misleading consumers by claiming their products are not harmful despite allegedly containing toxic chemicals.read more here
NCSCT UK reported recently on new evidence that quitting smoking abruptly is more likely to lead to lasting abstinence than cutting down first, even for smokers who initially prefer to quit by gradual reduction.read more here
Collaboration with the International Network of Health Promoting Hospitals and Health Services is set to continue. Picture here with the signed 3-year Memorandum of Understanding(MoU) is Dr. Hanne Toennesen (Head of the ...read more here
Tobacco Free Ireland (TFI) was launched inOctober 2013. It sets a target for Ireland to have a smoking prevalence rate ofless than 5% by 2025, effectively making the country a tobacco free society. Read more on the Ireland.read more here
ENSH-Global Network for Tobacco Free Health Care Services is an independent, international, non-profit association whose main aim is to develop a common strategy amongst health care services active in tobacco prevention and cessation worldwide.
Since its creation in 1999, the ENSH-Global has developed a practice based and continuously evaluated concept to establish comprehensive tobacco free policies in hospitals and health care facilities.
The sharing of information and experiences through coordinated activities and projects are the main objective. During the last 10 years, the ENSH concept has also become an important advocacy tool to enhance the involvement of health professionals in tobacco control.read more here