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Prospective study of exposure to smoking imagery in films and changes in susceptibility to smoking in a cohort of school students in Southern India (2024)
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Kamath, V. G., Kulkarni, M. M., Kamath, A., Lewis, S., Bogdanovica, I., Bains, M., …Britton, J. (2024). Prospective study of exposure to smoking imagery in films and changes in susceptibility to smoking in a cohort of school students in Southern India. Tobacco Induced Diseases, 22(May), Article 88. https://doi.org/10.18332/tid/178442

INTRODUCTION India has unique tobacco-free film and TV rules designed to prevent tobacco uptake. In this study, we examined the potential influence of exposure to smoking imagery in regionally famous films, on susceptibility to smoke in teenagers enr... Read More about Prospective study of exposure to smoking imagery in films and changes in susceptibility to smoking in a cohort of school students in Southern India.

Attitudes And Exposure To Illicit Tobacco In England, 2022 (2024)
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Davies, N., Langley, T., Jayes, L., Bains, M., Brown, J., Arnott, D., & Bogdanovica, I. (2024). Attitudes And Exposure To Illicit Tobacco In England, 2022. Nicotine and Tobacco Research, Article ntae118. https://doi.org/10.1093/ntr/ntae118

Introduction The UK has achieved reductions in illicit tobacco (IT) market size and share. However, there remains a 17.7% tobacco duty gap, contributing to health inequalities. In January 2024, the UK government announced a new strategy to control... Read More about Attitudes And Exposure To Illicit Tobacco In England, 2022.

Programme and policy perspectives towards a tobacco-free generation in India: findings from a qualitative study (2023)
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Bassi, S., Arora, M., Thapliyal, N., Kulkarni, M. M., Bhagawath, R., Bogdanovica, I., …Bains, M. (2023). Programme and policy perspectives towards a tobacco-free generation in India: findings from a qualitative study. BMJ Open, 13(7), Article e067779. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2022-067779

Objective This study explored multistakeholder perspectives on existing adolescent-specific tobacco control policies and programmes, to advance India’s transition towards a tobacco-free generation. Design Qualitative semi-structured interviews... Read More about Programme and policy perspectives towards a tobacco-free generation in India: findings from a qualitative study.

Instructor and client views of a community falls prevention service and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic: A qualitative exploration of a service in England (2023)
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Jayes, L., Morling, J. R., Carlisle, S., Bogdanovica, I., & Langley, T. (2023). Instructor and client views of a community falls prevention service and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic: A qualitative exploration of a service in England. Journal of Frailty, Sarcopenia and Falls, 8(1), 9-22. https://doi.org/10.22540/JFSF-08-009

Objectives: Falls are the most common cause of injury related deaths in people over 75 years. The aim of this study was to explore the experience of providers (instructors) and service users (clients) of a fall’s prevention exercise programme and the... Read More about Instructor and client views of a community falls prevention service and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic: A qualitative exploration of a service in England.

When is Subnational, Supralocal Tobacco Control "just right"? A Qualitative Study in England (2022)
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Davies, N., Cheeseman, H., Arnott, D., Pierce, E., Langley, T. E., Murray, R., …Bains, M. (2022). When is Subnational, Supralocal Tobacco Control "just right"? A Qualitative Study in England. Nicotine and Tobacco Research, 24(8), 1241-1246. https://doi.org/10.1093/ntr/ntac069

Introduction: Subnational, supralocal (or "regional") approaches to tobacco control are often central federal nation tobacco control and can be superfluous for very small nations. However, their relevance to countries with weak intermediate tiers of... Read More about When is Subnational, Supralocal Tobacco Control "just right"? A Qualitative Study in England.

Potential Risk Factors of Smokeless Tobacco Consumption Among Adolescents in South India (2022)
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Kulkarni, M. M., Kamath, V. G., Kamath, A., Lewis, S., Bogdanovica, I., Bains, M., …Britton, J. (2022). Potential Risk Factors of Smokeless Tobacco Consumption Among Adolescents in South India. Nicotine and Tobacco Research, 24(7), 1104-1109. https://doi.org/10.1093/ntr/ntac003

Introduction: Although most of the disease burden is due to tobacco smoking, smokeless tobacco (SLT) use contributed to an estimated 76,000 deaths in 2017. We have studied the potential risk factors for SLT use among adolescents in South India. M... Read More about Potential Risk Factors of Smokeless Tobacco Consumption Among Adolescents in South India.

Prospective cohort study of exposure to tobacco imagery in popular films and smoking uptake among children in southern India (2021)
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Kulkarni, M. M., Kamath, A., Kamath, V. G., Lewis, S., Bogdanovica, I., Bains, M., …Britton, J. (2021). Prospective cohort study of exposure to tobacco imagery in popular films and smoking uptake among children in southern India. PLoS ONE, 16(8), Article e0253593. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0253593

Background Exposure to tobacco imagery in films causes young people to start smoking. Popular Indian films contain high levels of tobacco imagery, but those that do are required by law to display onscreen health warnings when smoking imagery occurs a... Read More about Prospective cohort study of exposure to tobacco imagery in popular films and smoking uptake among children in southern India.

Was the implementation of standardised tobacco packaging legislation in England associated with changes in smoking prevalence? A segmented regression analysis between 2006 and 2019 (2021)
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Opazo Breton, M., Britton, J., Brown, J., Beard, E., & Bogdanovica, I. (2021). Was the implementation of standardised tobacco packaging legislation in England associated with changes in smoking prevalence? A segmented regression analysis between 2006 and 2019. Tobacco Control, https://doi.org/10.1136/tobaccocontrol-2021-056694

Background and aim In 2016, England initiated the implementation of standardised tobacco packaging, introduced in conjunction with minimum pack sizes and other measures included in the 2014 European Tobacco Products Directive, over the course of a 1-... Read More about Was the implementation of standardised tobacco packaging legislation in England associated with changes in smoking prevalence? A segmented regression analysis between 2006 and 2019.

Characterising vaping products in the UK: An analysis of Tobacco Products Directive notification data (2021)
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Nyakutsikwa, B., Britton, J., Bogdanovica, I., Boobis, A., & Langley, T. (2021). Characterising vaping products in the UK: An analysis of Tobacco Products Directive notification data. Addiction, 119(9), 2521-2528. https://doi.org/10.1111/add.15463

Aims: To analyse content and emission data submitted by manufacturers for nicotine‐containing vaping products in the UK in accordance with the European Union Tobacco Products Directive. Design: Analysis of ingredient and emission data reported... Read More about Characterising vaping products in the UK: An analysis of Tobacco Products Directive notification data.

Exposure to tobacco imagery in popular films and the risk of ever smoking among children in southern India (2020)
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Kulkarni, M. M., Kamath, V. G., Kamath, A., Lewis, S., Bogdanovica, I., Bains, M., …Britton, J. (2021). Exposure to tobacco imagery in popular films and the risk of ever smoking among children in southern India. Tobacco Control, 30(5), 560-566. https://doi.org/10.1136/tobaccocontrol-2019-055353

Background Exposure to smoking in films is a recognised cause of smoking uptake among children. In India, in an attempt to protect children, films containing smoking are required to include tobacco control messaging including audiovisual disclaimers,... Read More about Exposure to tobacco imagery in popular films and the risk of ever smoking among children in southern India.

Experiences and views of women, children, and professionals regarding second-hand smoke exposure prevention in Middle Eastern countries: a qualitative systematic review protocol (2020)
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Hassanein, Z., Langley, T., Murray, R., Bogdanovica, I., & Leonardi-Bee, J. (2021). Experiences and views of women, children, and professionals regarding second-hand smoke exposure prevention in Middle Eastern countries: a qualitative systematic review protocol. JBI Evidence Synthesis, 18(1), 222-228. https://doi.org/10.11124/JBISRIR-D-19-00248

Objective: This systematic review aims to identify and explore the experiences and views regarding secondhand smoke (SHS) exposure among women and children in the home, workplace, school, personal vehicles, and public places from the perspectives of... Read More about Experiences and views of women, children, and professionals regarding second-hand smoke exposure prevention in Middle Eastern countries: a qualitative systematic review protocol.

Effect of UK plain tobacco packaging and minimum pack size legislation on tobacco and nicotine product switching behaviour (2020)
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Opazo Breton, M., Britton, J., & Bogdanovica, I. (2020). Effect of UK plain tobacco packaging and minimum pack size legislation on tobacco and nicotine product switching behaviour. Addiction, 115(10), 1913-1923. https://doi.org/10.1111/add.15050

Background and aims: The introduction of plain tobacco packaging and minimum pack size legislation in the United Kingdom between May 2016 and May 2017 was accompanied by substantial changes in tobacco product diversity and pricing. This study investi... Read More about Effect of UK plain tobacco packaging and minimum pack size legislation on tobacco and nicotine product switching behaviour.

A Cross-Sectional Study of the Impact of Standardized Tobacco Packaging Legislation on University Students (2018)
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Poundall, T., Bogdanovica, I., & Langley, T. (2018). A Cross-Sectional Study of the Impact of Standardized Tobacco Packaging Legislation on University Students. Journal of Child and Adolescent Substance Abuse, 27(3), 165-173. https://doi.org/10.1080/1067828X.2018.1431992

Background: European Union and national legislation implemented from May 2016 mean that from May 2017 all tobacco products in the United Kingdom must be sold in standardized packs without external branding and with prominent graphic health warnings.... Read More about A Cross-Sectional Study of the Impact of Standardized Tobacco Packaging Legislation on University Students.

Awareness of standardised tobacco packaging among adults and young people during the final phase of policy implementation in Great Britain (2017)
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Bogdanovica, I., Opazo-Breton, M., Langley, T., & Britton, J. (2017). Awareness of standardised tobacco packaging among adults and young people during the final phase of policy implementation in Great Britain. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 14(8), https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph14080858

Background: In May 2016, along with the latest European Tobacco Products Directive (TPD), standardised packaging legislation was implemented in the UK. During the following 12-month transition period, both new and old types of packaging were allowed... Read More about Awareness of standardised tobacco packaging among adults and young people during the final phase of policy implementation in Great Britain.

A cohort study investigating the effects of first stage of the English tobacco point-of-sale display ban on awareness, susceptibility and smoking uptake among adolescents (2017)
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Bogdanovica, I., McNeill, A., & Britton, J. (2017). A cohort study investigating the effects of first stage of the English tobacco point-of-sale display ban on awareness, susceptibility and smoking uptake among adolescents. BMJ Open, 7(1), Article e01245. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2016-012451

Objective: A prospective evaluation of the effect of 2012 point-of-sale (PoS) display ban in supermarkets in England on perceived exposure to PoS displays, and on changes in susceptibility and smoking uptake among young people. Design: Cohort study... Read More about A cohort study investigating the effects of first stage of the English tobacco point-of-sale display ban on awareness, susceptibility and smoking uptake among adolescents.

Research funding for addressing tobacco related disease: an analysis of UK investment between 2008 and 2012 (2016)
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Hall, M., Bogdanovica, I., & Britton, J. (2016). Research funding for addressing tobacco related disease: an analysis of UK investment between 2008 and 2012. BMJ Open, 6(7), 1-8. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2016-011609

Introduction Tobacco use is the leading cause of preventable death in the UK. However research spending on tobacco related disease, and particularly smoking prevention, is thought to be low. We therefore aimed to assess the relation between tobacco... Read More about Research funding for addressing tobacco related disease: an analysis of UK investment between 2008 and 2012.

What is the quality of smoking cessation advice in guidelines of tobacco-related diseases? (2015)
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Bogdanovica, I., Agrawal, S., Gregory, B., Britton, J., & Leonardi-Bee, J. (2015). What is the quality of smoking cessation advice in guidelines of tobacco-related diseases?. Clinical Medicine, 15(6), https://doi.org/10.7861/clinmedicine.15-6-546

Smoking is a major risk factor for a range of diseases, and quitting smoking provides considerable benefits to health. It therefore follows that clinical guidelines on disease management, particularly for diseases caused by smoking, should include sm... Read More about What is the quality of smoking cessation advice in guidelines of tobacco-related diseases?.

Exposure to point-of-sale displays and changes in susceptibility to smoking: findings from a cohort study of school students (2015)
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Bogdanovica, I., Szatkowski, L., McNeill, A., Spanopoulos, D., & Britton, J. (2015). Exposure to point-of-sale displays and changes in susceptibility to smoking: findings from a cohort study of school students. Addiction, 110(4), https://doi.org/10.1111/add.12826

Aims To investigate the association between frequency of visiting shops and noticing of tobacco point-of-sale (PoS) displays and the development of susceptibility to smoking, or smoking uptake, in secondary school students. Design Two surveys... Read More about Exposure to point-of-sale displays and changes in susceptibility to smoking: findings from a cohort study of school students.

Smoking in cars in England: a study of school students in an English city (2014)
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Bogdanovica, I., Szatkowski, L., Britton, J., & McNeill, A. (2014). Smoking in cars in England: a study of school students in an English city. BMC Public Health, 14, Article 559. https://doi.org/10.1186/1471-2458-14-559

Background Exposure to secondhand smoke is associated with an increased risk of adverse health effects among children. Although smoking in the home is an established major source of exposure, less is known about rules on smoking in cars. Metho... Read More about Smoking in cars in England: a study of school students in an English city.

What factors influence smoking prevalence and smoke free policy enactment across the European Union Member States (2011)
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Bogdanovica, I., McNeill, A., Murray, R., & Britton, J. (2011). What factors influence smoking prevalence and smoke free policy enactment across the European Union Member States. PLoS ONE, 6(8), Article e23889. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0023889

Background Smoking prevention should be a primary public health priority for all governments, and effective preventive policies have been identified for decades. The heterogeneity of smoking prevalence between European Union (EU) Member States the... Read More about What factors influence smoking prevalence and smoke free policy enactment across the European Union Member States.