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Americas set 2012 as smoke-free target

Nearly 17% of the adult population smokes in the Americas. Tobacco control is a powerful instrument for improving health and promoting the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), particularly Goal 3.4, which aims to ...

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Help to expose big tobacco’s latest lie on social media.

For over fifty years the tobacco industry has used misleading tactics to fool consumers into buying addictive and deadly products. Philip Morris’ latest move announcing $1 billion investment in a “healthier future”is ...

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Tobacco Cessation Guidelines for High Risk Populations

The ENSP recently published “Smoking Cessation Guidelines for High Risk Populations” are a result of scientific and evidence-based research conducted by working groups of health professionals and experts in tobacco cessation for ...

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Irish campaign gets international advertising industry recognition award

Ireland Health Service Executive's (HSE) QUIT campaign - entitled ‘I Will Survive’ - won four awards at the 2017 Kinsale Sharks Awards, picking up Silver and Bronze in the Best International Film ...

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Clinics as partners in health promotion and tobacco prevention in cities

Global Network poster presented at the 6th International City Health Conference ‘Empowerment, Engagement and Partnership: participating to develop healthy cities’ in Basel, Switzerland on the 13th September. An exciting conference and a ...

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Diary Dates & Network Events

General Assembly 2017All members are invited to the annual General Assembly on Thursday October 26th, Seville, Spain. Membership representation in person is strongly recommended with online participation for part or all of ...

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Meet the ENSH-Global

ENSH-Global Network for Tobacco Free Healthcare Services (ENSH-Global) is an independent, international, non-profit association constituted under Swiss law

A global network of healthcare services and health professionals committed to implementing tobacco-free policies with the aim of delivering safe quality care in relation to tobacco for every service user, every time and everywhere.

Since its creation, ENSH-Global has developed a practice based and continuously evaluated set of standards for tobacco management in hospitals and health care facilities. 

Sharing of information and experiences, through coordinated activities is the main objective. During the last 10 years, the ENSH-Global concept has become an important advocacy tool to enhance the involvement of health professionals in tobacco control.


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