Treatment – tobacco

Stop smoking interventions and services, 2018
This guideline covers stop smoking interventions and services delivered in primary care and community settings for everyone over the age of 12. It aims to ensure that everyone who smokes is advised and encouraged to stop and given the support they need. It emphasises the importance of targeting vulnerable groups who find smoking cessation hard or who smoke a lot | NICE and PHE, UK

E-cigarettes and heated tobacco products: evidence review, 2018
Annual update of Public Health England’s e-cigarette evidence review by leading independent tobacco experts | PHE, UK

Changing behaviours: electronic cigarettes, 2017 (PDF)
This report recommends that e-cigarettes should be actively promoted as a method for stopping smoking. Its authors also recommend improving education about the relative harms of smoking, nicotine, and e-cigarettes and offering e-cigarettes as part of NHS Stop Smoking Services | BPS, UK

CLeaR local tobacco control assessment, 2017
Guidance for local authorities, public health bodies and the NHS on using ‘deep dive’ self-assessment tools to improve their tobacco control work | PHE, UK

Towards a smoke-free generation: tobacco control plan for England, 2017
Outlining plans to reduce smoking in England, with the aim of creating a smoke-free generation | DoH, UK

Cost of smoking to the NHS in England: 2015
Data on the cost of smoking to the NHS to support the development of the new Tobacco Control Plan for England | PHE, UK

Guidelines for implementation of Article 14 of the WHO Framework. Convention on Tobacco Control (Demand reduction measures concerning tobacco dependence and cessation), 2010 (PDF)
The purpose of these guidelines is to assist Parties in meeting their obligations under Article 14 of the WHO FCTC, consistent with their obligations under other provisions of the Convention and with the intentions of the Conference of the Parties, on the basis of the best available scientific evidence and taking into account national circumstances and priorities | WHO, Switzerland