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The Tobacco Monitoring Switzerland (TMS) was developed on behalf of the Swiss Federal Office of Public Health by the Department of Psychology, Social and Health Psychology, University of Zurich and Hans Krebs, Kommunikation und Publikumsforschung, Zurich. The data collections were conducted by LINK International Research and Consulting, Lucerne. Since 2004 the Tobacco Monitoring Switzerland was funded by the Tobacco Prevention Fund.

The Tobacco Monitoring Switzerland (TMS) was a representative, continuous survey of tobacco consumption among 14- to 65-year-olds in Switzerland. Since January 2001, four times a year a new sample of 2 500 persons was taken (i.e. 10 000 participants annually). The survey was conducted using standardized telephone interviews in German, French and Italian.

The Tobacco Monitoring Switzerland data collection ended in the 4th quarter of 2010. Beginning in January 2011, the data collection concerning tobacco consumption is conducted within the framework of Suchtmonitoring Schweiz, a survey that assesses epidemiological data concerning the problematic use of other addictive substances (e.g. alcohol, cannabis, pharmaceutical drugs) and other addictions (e.g. internet addiction).

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