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In the following you find the Tobacco Monitoring Switzerland reports published up to now. There are comprehensive research reports presenting the findings in each individual topic area of the Tobacco Monitoring Switzerland. In addition, for a quick overview, summaries of the research reports containing the most important results are available. On this page, you find reports on the results in the following topics areas:

Tobacco consumption of the Swiss population

The reports on this topic provide information about the development of tobacco consumption in the Swiss population since 2001. In the following you find major results of tobacco consumption and the willingness to cease smoking. The TMS classifies smoking status of the respondents in the four categories of daily smokers, occasional smokers, former smokers and never smokers (have never smoked or smoked fewer than100 cigarettes in the past). arrow_right more

 

Attitudes of young people towards smoking

The reports on this topic provide information on the development of the smoking behavior of young people in Switzerland 14 to 19 years of age. Information is also provided on estimates of future smoking behavior in young people, smoking behavior among peers, reasons for smoking and for not smoking, the image of young people that smoke, smoking as a topic of discussion in the schools, the purchasing of tobacco products, promotional gifts for young people by cigarette manufacturers, and assessment of the danger of various substances. arrow_right more

 

Second-hand smoke in Switzerland

The reports on this topic provide information on passive smoking: place and duration of exposure to secondhand smoke; perceived annoyance with secondhand smoke at various places; knowledge of the harmfulness of secondhand smoke; acceptance of ban on smoking.arrow_right more

 

Attitudes towards legislative measures

The reports on this topic examine the attitudes of people living in Switzerland towards policies/legal measures. Information is also provided on acceptance of restricting advertising, bans on smoking and on the sale of cigarettes to young people, and raising the price of cigarettes. arrow_right more

 

Minimal physician’s intervention in Switzerland

The reports on this topic provide information on smoking counseling by doctors and dentists in private practice and at pharmacies: Addressing smoking habits; recommending smoking cessation; offering smoking cessation support. arrow_right more

 

Willingness to cease smoking of the Swiss population

The reports on this topic examine the harm reduction / reduction of cigarette consumption of people living in Switzerland.arrow_right more

 

Results referring to tobacco prevention campaigns of the Federal Office of Public Health (FOPH)

The reports on this topic provide information on the perception of campaigns of the FOPH (e.g. “Rauchen schadet.._” [Smoking is harmful...] and „BRAVO - weniger Rauch, mehr Leben“ [www.bravo.ch]), the public’s knowledge about the harmful effects of tobacco use, and attitudes towards protection of non-smokers. arrow_right more

 

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