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26 avril 2011

La newsletter de stop-tabac: les sujets clés de l?actualité mondiale sur le tabagisme

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Le 26 avril 2011

 


- Arrêtez de fumer et gagnez 5'000 Frs
- Effet du programme de lutte contre le tabagisme en Arizona sur la consommation de cigarettes et les dépenses de santé.
- Cigarettes up, and plain packaging compulsory to help stub out smoking
- Chattez avec un médecin tabacologue


Arrêtez de fumer et gagnez 5'000 Frs

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http://rauchstopp.at-suisse.ch/anmeldeformular_1103.php (14 04 2011)
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Effet du programme de lutte contre le tabagisme en Arizona sur la consommation de cigarettes et les dépenses de santé.

(Traduction automatique, texte anglais ci-dessous) Cette recherche examine la relation entre les dépenses par habitant lutte contre le tabagisme, la consommation de cigarettes, et les dépenses de santé dans l'État de l'Arizona. programme de lutte contre le tabagisme de l'Arizona, qui a été créé en 1994, se concentre sur l'initiation des jeunes de fumer et évite les politiques publiques et des commentaires sur l'industrie du tabac. Nous utilisons une analyse en temps cointégration série utilisant des données agrégées sur les dépenses de contrôle de la santé et le tabac, la consommation de cigarettes et des prix et d'autres données. On y trouve une forte association entre les dépenses de santé par habitant et consommation de cigarettes par habitant. À long terme, une augmentation marginale de la consommation annuelle de cigarettes d'un paquet de cigarettes par habitant augmente les dépenses de santé par habitant de 19,5 $ (5,45 $ SE) en Arizona. Une augmentation cumulative de 1,00 $ à la différence entre l'état du contrôle et de l'Arizona par habitant des dépenses de lutte antitabac augmente la différence de la consommation de cigarettes par 0.190 (SE 0,0780) paquets par habitant. Entre 1996 et 2004, le programme de l'Arizona lutte contre le tabagisme était associé à une réduction cumulative de la consommation de cigarettes de 200 millions d'emballages (95% IC 39,0 millions de sacs, 364 millions de paquets) une valeur de 500 millions de dollars (95% CI: $ 99,000,000, 896 millions de dollars) en pré -taxe sur les ventes de cigarettes à l'industrie du tabac. Les économies de la santé a été cumulé 2,33 milliards de dollars (95% CI 0,37 milliard de dollars, $ 5,00 milliards) et la réduction cumulative des cigarettes. dépenses de l'Arizona lutte contre le tabagisme sont associés à la consommation réduite de cigarettes et les dépenses de soins de santé, soit environ 10 fois le coût du programme en 2004. Ce retour sur l'investissement, tandis que les grandes, a moins que le programme plus agressif de la Californie, qui ne limite pas son attention sur les jeunes et les messages inclus l'industrie du tabac denomalization.

This research investigates the relationship between per capita tobacco control expenditures, cigarette consumption, and healthcare expenditures in the state of Arizona. Arizona's tobacco control program, which was established in 1994, concentrates on youth uptake of smoking and avoids public policy and commentary on the tobacco industry. We use a cointegrating time series analysis using aggregate data on healthcare and tobacco control expenditures, cigarette consumption and prices and other data. We find there is a strong association between per capita healthcare expenditure and per capita cigarette consumption. In the long run, a marginal increase in annual cigarette consumption of one pack per capita increases per capita healthcare expenditure by $19.5 (SE $5.45) in Arizona. A cumulative increase of $1.00 in the difference between control state and Arizona per capita tobacco control expenditures increases the difference in cigarette consumption by 0.190 (SE 0.0780) packs per capita. Between 1996 and 2004, Arizona's tobacco control program was associated with a cumulative reduction in cigarette consumption of 200 million packs (95% CI 39.0 million packs, 364 million packs) worth $500 million (95% CI: $99 million, $896 million) in pre-tax cigarette sales to the tobacco industry. The cumulative healthcare savings was $2.33 billion (95% CI $0.37 billion, $5.00 billion) and the cumulative reduction in cigarette. Arizona's tobacco control expenditures are associated with reduced cigarette consumption and healthcare expenditures, amounting to about 10 times the cost of the program through 2004. This return on investment, while large, was less than the more aggressive California program, which did not limit its focus to youth and included tobacco industry denomalization messages.

Lightwood J, Glantz S. Effect of the Arizona tobacco control program on cigarette consumption and healthcare expenditures. Soc Sci Med. 2011 Jan;72(2):166-72.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21168248?dopt=Abstract (19 04 2011)
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Cigarettes up, and plain packaging compulsory to help stub out smoking

Australia

THE Rudd goverment will launch a twin assault on smoking today by announcing steep increases in tobacco excise and laws requiring cigarettes and other tobacco products to be sold in plain packaging from 2012.

The excise increase, which will help fund the government's health reforms, will be short of that required to lift the price of a packet of cigarettes to $20, as recommended by the government's Preventative Health Taskforce.

There was speculation last night that the excise increase would add at least $2-$3 to a pack of 25.

In what the Rudd government is hailing as a world first, it will also announce legislation to mandate standard packaging for all tobacco products, a move likely to incense the $9-billion tobacco industry. From January 1, 2012, all brands of cigarettes will be sold in plain boxes. The boxes will be the same colour and carry large, graphic health warnings. The brand of the cigarette will appear in a small font. The font style and size, as well as the position of the brand will be uniform.

The laws will ban the use of any colours, logos, brand imagery or promotional text that would in any way distinguish one brand of cigarettes from the other.

The government is trying to shift the policy emphasis to health after its decision to shelve its emissions trading scheme until at least 2013 has been roundly condemned by all sides.

The changes to tobacco packaging are based on research which found packaging is a subtle form of advertising that significantly influences smoking rates and habits. The government will test various packages before settling on a final design.

Labor is anticipating a nasty fight with the industry. The party does not accept donations from the tobacco industry, whereas the Liberal Party does.

Smoking kills 15,000 Australians a year despite the proportion of the population aged over 14 which still smokes having dropped from 30.5 per cent in 1988 to 16.6 per cent in 2007.

The government wants to reduce the rate of smokers to 10 per cent by 2018.

PHILLIP COOREY. April 29, 2010

http://www.smh.com.au/lifestyle/wellbeing/cigarettes-up-and-plain-packaging-compulsory-to-help-stub-out-smoking-20100428-tsgv.html#poll (29 04 2010)
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