Publications - tobacco control research & evaluation (by research area)

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Adult and adolescent smoking attitudes and behaviours

 

General publications: Adult and adolescent smoking atttitudes and behaviours

Gilpin E, White V, White M, Pierce J. Young adult smoking behavior: Implications for future population health. American Journal of Health Behavior 2009; 33 (5): 569-580.

McLeod K, White V, Mullins R, Davey C, Wakefield M, Hill D. How do friends influence smoking uptake? Findings from qualitative interviews with identical twins. Journal of Genetic Psychology 2008; 169 (2): 117-131.

Siahpush M, Borland R, Yong HH, Kin F, Sirirassamee B. Socio-economic variations in tobacco consumption, intention to quit and self-efficacy to quit among male smokers in Thailand and Malaysia: Results from the International Tobacco Control-South-East Asia (ITC-SEA) Survey. Addiction 2008; 103 (3): 502-508.

White VM, Byrnes GB, Webster B, Hopper JL. Does smoking among friends explain apparent genetic effects on current smoking in adolescence and young adulthood? British Journal of Cancer 2008; 98 (8): 1475-1481.

Young D, Borland R, Hastings G, Fong GT, Cummings KM, Siahpush M. Australian smokers support stronger regulatory controls on tobacco: findings from the ITC Four-Country Survey. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 2007; 31(2): 164-169.

Patton GC, Coffey C, Carlin JB, Sawyer SM, Wakefield M. Teen smokers reach their mid twenties. Journal of Adolescent Health 2006; 39: 214-220.

Siahpush M, Borland R, Taylor J, Singh GK, Ansari Z, Serraglio A. The association of smoking with perception of income inequality, relative material well-being, and social capital. Social Science and Medicine 2006; 63(11): 2801-2812.

Siahpush M, Carlin J. Financial stress, smoking cessation and relapse: results from a prospective study of an Australian national sample. Addiction 2006; 101(1): 121-127.

Siahpush M, English D, Powles J. The contribution of smoking to socioeconomic differentials in mortality: results from the Melbourne Collaborative Cohort Study, Australia. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 2006; 60: 1077-1079.

Siahpush M, McNeill A, Borland R, Fong GT. Socioeconomic variations in nicotine dependence, self-efficacy, and intention to quit across four countries: findings from the International Tobacco Control (ITC) Four Country Survey. Tobacco Control 2006; 15(Suppl 3): iii71-iii75.

Siahpush M, McNeill A, Hammond D, Fong GT. Socioeconomic and country variations in knowledge of health risks of tobacco smoking and toxic constituents of smoke: results from the 2002 International Tobacco Control (ITC) Four Country Survey. Tobacco Control 2006; 15(Suppl 3): iii65-iii70.

Singh GK, Siahpush M. Widening socioeconomic inequalities in US life expectancy, 1980-2000. International Journal of Epidemiology 2006; 35(4): 969-979.

Thompson ME, Fong, GT, Hammond D, Boudreau C, Driezen P, Hyland A, Borland R, Cummings KM, Hastings GB, Siahpush M, Mackintosh AM, Laux FL. Methods of the International Tobacco Control (ITC) Four Country Survey. Tobacco Control 2006; 15(Suppl 3): iii12-iii18.  

Gilpin EA, White VM, Pierce JP. What fraction of young adults are at risk for future smoking, and who are they? Nicotine & Tobacco Research 2005; 7(5): 747-759.

Siahpush M, Heller G, Singh G. Lower levels of occupation, income and education are strongly associated with a longer smoking duration: multivariate results from the 2001 National Drug Strategy Survey. Public Health 2005; 119(12): 1105-1110.

White VM, Gilpin EA, White MM, Pierce JP. How do smokers control their cigarette expenditures? Nicotine & Tobacco Research 2005; 7: 625-635.

Yong HH, Borland R, Siahpush M. Quitting-related beliefs, intentions and motivations of older smokers in four countries: findings from the international tobacco control policy evaluation survey. Addictive Behaviors 2005; 30(4): 777-788.

Chapman S, Wakefield MA, Durkin SJ. Smoking status of 132,176 advertisers on a dating website: are smokers more “desperate and dateless”? Medical Journal of Australia 2004; 181(11/12): 672-674.

Segan CJ, Borland R, Greenwood K. What is the right thing at the right time? Interactions between stages and processes of change among smokers who make a quit attempt. Health Psychology 2004; 23: 86-93.

Siahpush M. Why is lone-motherhood so strongly associated with smoking in Australia? Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 2004; 28: 37–43.

Siahpush M, Borland R, Scollo M. Is household smoking status associated with expenditure on food at restaurants, alcohol, gambling and insurance? Results from the 1998-99 Household Expenditure Survey, Australia. Tobacco Control 2004; 13: 409-414.

Siahpush M. [Letter to Editor] Smoking and social inequality. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 2004; 28: 297.

Siahpush M, Borland R. Trends in sociodemographic variations in smoking prevalence, 1997-2000. In: Research & Evaluation Committee (Ed), Australia's National Tobacco Campaign: Evaluation Report Volume Three. Canberra: Australian Government Department of Health & Ageing, 2004.

Wakefield M, Kloska DD, O'Malley PM, Johnston LD, Chaloupka F, Pierce J, Giovino G, Ruel E, Flay BR. The role of smoking intentions in predicting future smoking among youth: findings from Monitoring the Future data. Addiction 2004; 99(7): 914-922.

Schofield PE, Pattison PE, Hill DJ, Borland R. Youth culture and smoking: integrating social group processes and individual cognitive processes in a model of health-related behaviours. Journal of Health Psychology 2003; 8(3): 291–306.

White VM, Hopper J, Wearing A, Hill DJ. The role of genes in tobacco smoking during adolescence and young adulthood: a multivariate behaviour genetic investigation. Addiction 2003; 98(8): 1087–1100.

White V, Scollo M. (Letter to Editor). How many children take up smoking each year in Australia? Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 2003; 27(3): 359-360.

White V, Scollo M. (Letter to Editor). What are underage smokers worth to Australian tobacco companies? Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 2003; 27(3): 360-361.

Hill D, White V, Scollo M. Smoking behaviours of Australian adults in 1995: trends and concerns. Medical Journal of Australia 1998; 168: 209–213.

Schofield PE, Borland R, Hill DJ, Pattison PE, Hibbert ME. The instability in smoking patterns among school leavers in Victoria, Australia. Tobacco Control 1998; 7: 149–155.

Tobacco and alcohol use among Australian Secondary School students (ASSAD) publications

Pierce J, White V, Emery S. What public health strategies are needed to reduce smoking initiation? Tobacco Control 2012; 21:  258-264.

Freeman T, White VM, Roche AM. Which Australian secondary school students are at risk of illicit drug use? Drug & Alcohol Review 2011; 30(6): 589-596. 

Smith G. The use of alcohol, tobacco and over-the-counter substances and illicit substances, among Tasmanian secondary school students in 2008 and trends over time.  Prepared for: The Cancer Council Tasmania. Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council Victoria: Melbourne, Australia, March 2010. 

White V, Smith G. Use of tobacco, alcohol, and over-the-counter and illicit substances among Indigenous students participating in the Australian Secondary Students Alcohol and Drug Survey 2008.  Prepared for: Drug Strategy Branch, Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing. Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council Victoria: Melbourne, Australia, February 2010.

White VM, Smith G. Australian secondary school students' use of tobacco, alcohol, and over-the-counter and illicit substances in 2008.  Prepared for: Drug Strategy Branch; Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing. Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, Cancer Council Victoria: Melbourne, Australia, September 2009.  

White V, Mason T, Briggs V. How do trends in smoking prevalence among Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australian secondary students between 1996 and 2005 compare? Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 2009; 33 (2): 147-153.

White VM, Hayman J, Hill DJ. Can population-based tobacco control policies change smoking behaviors of adolescents from all socio-economic groups? Findings from Australia: 1987-2005. Cancer Causes and Control 2008; 19(6):631-40 

Hayman J. Prevalence of cigarette smoking among Tasmanian secondary school students in 2005 and trends over time.  Prepared for: The Cancer Council Tasmania. Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council Victoria: Melbourne, Australia, September 2006.

Hayman J. The use of alcohol, over-the-counter substances and illicit substances among Tasmanian secondary school students in 2005 and trends over time.  Prepared for: The Cancer Council Tasmania. Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council Victoria: Melbourne, Australia, November 2006.

White V, Hayman J. Australian secondary school students’ use of over-the-counter and illicit substances in 2005. Monograph Series No. 60. Canberra, Australia: Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing 2006

White VM, Hill DJ, Effendi Y. How does active parental consent influence the findings of drug-use surveys in schools? Evaluation Review 2004; 28(3): 246-260.

White V, Hayman J. Smoking behaviours of Australian secondary students in 2002. National Drug Strategy Monograph Series No. 54. Canberra. Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing, 2004.
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White V, Hayman J. Australian secondary students’ use of over-the-counter and illicit substances in 2002. National Drug Strategy Monograph Series No. 56. Canberra. Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing, 2004.

White VM, Hill DJ, Siahpush M, Bobevski I. How has the prevalence of cigarette smoking among Australian adults changed? Trends in smoking prevalence between 1980 and 2001. Tobacco Control 2003; 12(Suppl II): ii67–ii74.

White V, Szabo E. Prevalence and correlates of smoking behaviour among Victorian secondary school students in 1999. In: Letcher T, Trotter L (Eds). Quit Victoria Research and Evaluation Studies No. 11: 2000-2001. Melbourne: Victorian Smoking and Health Program, 2003. PDF copy [603 kb]   

Hill D, White V, Effendi Y. Changes in the use of tobacco among Australian secondary students: Results of the 1999 prevalence study and comparisons with earlier years. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 2002; 26(2): 156–163.

White VM, Hill DJ, Letcher T. Alcohol use among Australian secondary students in 1996. Drug & Alcohol Review 2000; 19: 371–379.

Hill D, White V, Letcher T. Tobacco use among Australian secondary students in 1996. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 1999; 23(3): 252–259.

Tobacco and Alcohol Use among Victorian secondary school students (ASSAD) publications

White VM, Smith G, (Editors). Victorian secondary school students' use of licit and illicit substances in 2008: Results from the 2008 Australian Secondary Students' Alcohol and Drug Survey. Melbourne, Australia: Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, Cancer Council Victoria 2009

Hain A, White V. Illicit substance use by Victorian secondary school students in 2005 and trends over time. In: White V, Hayman J (eds). Victorian secondary school students' use of licit and illicit substances in 2005: Results from the 2005 Australian Secondary Students' Alcohol and Drug Survey. Prepared for: Drug Strategy Branch, Victorian Department of Human Services: Melbourne, Australia, 2006.

Hayman J, White V. Alcohol use by Victorian secondary school students in 2005 and trends over time. In: White V, Hayman J (eds). Victorian secondary school students' use of licit and illicit substances in 2005: Results from the 2005 Australian Secondary Students' Alcohol and Drug Survey Prepared for: Drug Strategy Branch, Victorian Department of Human Services: Melbourne, Australia, 2006. 

Szabo E. Cannabis use by Victorian secondary school students in 2005 and trends over time. In: White V, Hayman J (eds). Victorian secondary school students' use of licit and illicit substances in 2005: Results from the 2005 Australian Secondary Students' Alcohol and Drug Survey. Prepared for: Drug Strategy Branch, Victorian Department of Human Services: Melbourne, Australia, 2006.

Szabo E, White V, Hayman J. Can home smoking restrictions influence adolescents' smoking behaviors if their parents and friends smoke? Addictive Behaviors 2006; 31: 2298-2303.

White V, Webster B. Tobacco use by Victorian secondary school students in 2005, and trends over time. In: White V, Hayman J (eds). Victorian secondary school students' use of licit and illicit substances in 2005: Results from the 2005 Australian Secondary Students' Alcohol and Drug Survey. Prepared for Drug Strategy Branch, Victorian Department of Human Services: Melbourne, Australia, 2006.

White V, Hayman J, Szabo E. Social support, school involvement, unsupervised recreation and adolescent substance use among Victorian secondary school students in 2005. In: White V, Hayman J (eds). Victorian secondary school students' use of licit and illicit substances in 2005: Results from the 2005 Australian Secondary Students' Alcohol and Drug Survey. Prepared for: Drug Strategy Branch, Victorian Department of Human Services: Melbourne, Australia, 2006.

White V, Webster B. The context of smoking among Victorian secondary school students in 2005. In: White V, Hayman J (eds). Victorian secondary school students' use of licit and illicit substances in 2005: Results from the 2005 Australian Secondary Students' Alcohol and Drug Survey. Prepared for: Drug Strategy Branch, Victorian Department of Human Services: Melbourne, Australia, 2006.

White V, Hain A, Fairthorne A. Use of other substances by Victorian secondary school students in 2005 and trends over time. In: White V, Hayman J (eds). Victorian secondary school students' use of licit and illicit substances in 2005: Results from the 2005 Australian Secondary Students' Alcohol and Drug Survey. Prepared for: Drug Strategy Branch, Victorian Department of Human Services: Melbourne, Australia, 2006

White, V, Hayman J. Smoking behaviours of Australian secondary students in 2005. Report prepared for: Drug Strategy Branch, Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing. Monograph Series No. 59. Canberra: Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing, October 2006. Available from: http://www.nationaldrugstrategy.gov.au/internet/drugstrategy/publishing.nsf/Content/mono59

White, V, Hayman J (Editors). Victorian secondary school students' use of licit and illicit substances in 2005: results from the 2005 Australian Secondary Students' Alcohol and Drug Survey. Report prepared for: Victorian Department of Human Services. Melbourne: Drugs Policy and Services Branch, Victorian Government Department of Human Service, 2006. Available from: http://www.health.vic.gov.au/drugservices/pubs/vsss.htm  NOTE: This is a very large report, spread across 5 downloadable files.

Effendi Y, White V. Victorian secondary students' access to alcohol and tobacco: Results from the Victorian Supplementary Survey of the 1999 Australian Secondary Students' Alcohol and Drugs Survey. Report prepared for Drugs Policy and Services Branch, Victorian Government Department of Human Services, July 2002.

Effendi Y, White V. School students and drug use: 1999 survey of use of over-the-counter and illicit substances among Victorian secondary school students. Report prepared for Drugs Policy and Services Branch, Victorian Government Department of Human Services, July 2002.

Victorian adult smoking population surveys publications

Germain D, Durkin S, Scollo M, Wakefield M. The long-term decline of adult tobacco use in Victoria: changes in smoking initiation and quitting over a quarter of a century of tobacco control. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 2012; 36(1):  17-23.

Hayes L, Durkin S, Wakefield M. Smoking prevalence and consumption in Victoria: key findings from the 1998 - 2010 population surveys. CBRC Research Paper Series No. 42. Prepared for: Quit. Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council Victoria:Melbourne, Australia, May 2011.

McCarthy M, Durkin S, Wakefield M. Smoking prevalance and consumption in Victoria: Key findings from the 1998-2009 population surveys. CBRC Research Paper Series No.41.  Prepared for: Quit Victoria. Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council Victoria: Melbourne, Australia, May 2010.  

Abbott J, McCarthy M. Smoking behaviour in homes and around children in Victoria: Key findings from the 1998-2008 population surveys. CBRC Research Paper Series No. 40. Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, Cancer Council Victoria: Melbourne, Australia, October 2009.  

McCarthy M, Germain D, Brennan E, Durkin S. Perceptions about the health effects of smoking and passive smoking among Victorian adults, 2003-2007. CBRC Research Paper Series No 37. Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council Victoria: Melbourne, Australia, January 2009.  

McCarthy M, Abbott J, Durkin S, Wakefield M, Germain D. Smoking prevalence and consumption in Victoria: Key findings from the 1998–2008 population surveys. CBRC Research Paper Series No.39. Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council Victoria: Melbourne, Australia, May 2009.

Germain D, McCarthy M, Durkin S. Smoking bans in Victorian workplaces: Reduced disparities in exposure to secondhand smoke, 1998 to 2007. CBRC Research Paper Series No. 35. Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council Victoria: Melbourne, Australia, September 2008.

Germain D, Durkin S. Comparing household and telephone survey samples: a case study of the 1998 Smoking and Health Survey. CBRC Research Paper Series No. 34. Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council Victoria: Melbourne, Australia, August 2008.

Germain D, Wakefield M, Durkin S. Smoking prevalence and consumption in Victoria: key findings from the 1998-2007 population surveys. CBRC Research Paper Series No. 31. Melbourne, Australia: Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council Victoria, February 2008.

McCarthy M, Durkin S, Brennan E, Germain D. Smokefree hospitality venues in Victoria: Public approval, patronage and quitting behaviour, 2004-2007. CBRC Research Paper Series No. 32. Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council Victoria: Melbourne, Australia, June 2008.  

Brennan E, Durkin S, Wakefield M, Dunlop S. Victorian current and former smokers' quitting activity, and the impact of cessation aids, services and anti-smoking campaigns. CBRC Research Paper Series No. 29. Melbourne, Australia: Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council Victoria, August 2007.

Brennan E, Durkin S, Liu C, Germain D. Smokefree hospitality venues in Victoria: public approval, predicted patronage and quitting behaviour, 2004-2006. CBRC Research Paper Series No. 28. Melbourne, Australia: Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council Victoria, August 2007.

Brennan E, Durkin S. Perceptions about the health effects of smoking and passive smoking among Victorian adults, 2003-2006. CBRC Research Paper Series No. 27. Melbourne, Australia: Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council Victoria, August 2007.

Germain D.  Doctors' advice to their patients about smoking: 2004.  CBRC Research Paper Series No. 26. Melbourne, Australia: Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council Victoria, June 2007.

Brennan E, Durkin S. Perceptions about the health effects of smoking and passive smoking among Victorian adults, 2003-2005. CBRC Research Paper Series No. 25. Melbourne, Australia: Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council Victoria, June 2007.

Germain D. Smoking bans in Victorian workplaces: 2005 update. CBRC Research Paper Series No. 24. Melbourne, Australia: Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council Victoria, June 2007.

Germain D, Wakefield M, Durkin S, Siahpush M. Smoking prevalence and consumption in Victoria: key findings from the 1998–2006 population surveys. CBRC Research Paper Series No. 23. Melbourne, Australia: Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council Victoria, May 2007.

Germain D. Public opinion about the Victorian Government’s proposal to ban smoking in hospitality venues by 1 July 2007. CBRC Research Paper Series No. 20. Melbourne, Australia: Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council Victoria, June 2006.

Germain D, Wakefield M, Siahpush M, Durkin S. Smoking prevalence and consumption in Victoria: key findings from the 1998–2005 population surveys. CBRC Research Paper Series No. 22. Melbourne, Australia: Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council Victoria, December 2006.

Durkin SJ, Germain D, Wakefield M. (Letter to Editor) Adult’s perceptions about whether tobacco companies tell the truth in relation to issues about smoking. Tobacco Control 2005; 14: 429-430.

Germain D. Exposure to and perceptions of the dangers and illnesses of passive smoking among Victorians: 2004. CBRC Research Paper Series No. 17. Melbourne, Australia: Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council Victoria, October 2005.

Cameron M, Letcher T, Trotter L, Inglis G, Wakefield M. Smokefree dining: community attitudes. In: Letcher T, Trotter L (Eds). Quit Victoria Research and Evaluation Studies No. 11: 2000-2001. Melbourne: Victorian Smoking and Health Program, 2003. PDF copy [583 kb]

Letcher T, Borland R. Smoking bans in Victorian workplaces: 2001 update. In: Letcher T, Trotter L (Eds). Quit Victoria Research and Evaluation Studies No. 11: 2000-2001. Melbourne: Victorian Smoking and Health Program, 2003. PDF copy [563 kb]  

Letcher T, Mullins R. Doctor’s advice to their patients about smoking: 2000 update. In: Letcher T, Trotter L (Eds). Quit Victoria Research and Evaluation Studies No. 11: 2000-2001. Melbourne: Victorian Smoking and Health Program, 2003.PDF copy [566 kb]

Letcher T, Trotter L (Eds). Quit Victoria Research and Evaluation Studies No. 11: 2000-2001. Melbourne: Victorian Smoking and Health Program, 2003.

Trotter L, Inglis G. Key findings of the 2000 and 2001 Victorian population surveys. In: Letcher T, Trotter L (Eds). Quit Victoria Research and Evaluation Studies No. 11: 2000-2001. Melbourne: Victorian Smoking and Health Program, 2003. PDFcopy [579 kb]

Trotter L, Mullins R. Environmental tobacco smoke: Public opinions and behaviour in 2000-01. In: Letcher T, Trotter L (Eds). Quit Victoria Research and Evaluation Studies No. 11: 2000-2001. Melbourne: Victorian Smoking and Health Program, 2003. PDFcopy [613 kb]

Borland R, Mullins R, Trotter L, White V. Trends in environmental tobacco smoke restrictions in the home in Victoria, Australia. Tobacco Control 1999; 8: 266–271.

Understanding and redressing high smoking prevalence in low socio-economic populations publications

Bui QM, Huggins RM, Hwang WH, White V, Erbas B. A varying coefficient model to measure the effectiveness of mass media anti-smoking campaigns in generating calls to a Quitline. Journal of Epidemiology 2010; 20(6): 473-479. 

McCarthy M. Natural Exposure of 'Separation' television campaign Part 2.  Prepared for: Quit Victoria. Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council Victoria: Melbourne, Australia, July 2009.

McCarthy M, Durkin S. Intercept Evaluation of the Ambient Separation campaign.  Prepared for: Quit Victoria. Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council Victoria: Melbourne, Australia, March 2009. 

Migliorini C, Siahpush M. Smoking, not smoking: how important is where you live? Health Promotion Journal of Australia 2006; 17(3): 226-232.

Siahpush M, Borland R, Yong H. Sociodemographic and psychosocial correlates of smoking-induced deprivation and its effect on quitting: findings from the International Tobacco Control Policy Evaluation Survey. Tobacco Control  2007; 16:e2; doi:10.1136/tc.2006.016279.

Siahpush M, Spittal M, Singh GK. Association of smoking cessation with financial stress and material well-being: results from a prospective study of a population-based national survey. American Journal of Public Health 2007; 97(12): 2281-2287.

Siahpush M, Spittal M, Singh GK. Smoking cessation and financial stress. Journal of Public Health 2007; 29(4): 338-342.

 

Media and tobacco

 

General publications - Media and tobacco 

Durkin S, Brennan E, Wakefield M. Mass media campaigns to promote smoking cessation among adults: An integrative review. Tobacco Control 2012; 21:  127-138.

Murphy M, Wakefield M, Durkin S, Cotter T. Using market research for concept-development of anti-smoking commercials. Cancer Institute NSW:Alexandria, NSW, October 2010

Durkin S, Wakefield M. Efforts to prevent tobacco use among young people: Review of the effectiveness of Mass Media Campaigns. In: US Department of Health and Human Services, (Ed) Preventing tobacco use among young people. A report of the Surgeon General. Atlanta, Georgia: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, In Pressiener L, Wakefield M, Shiner CM, Seigel M. How broadcast volume and emotional content affect youth recall of anti-tobacco advertising. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 2008; 35 (1): 14-19.

Clegg Smith K, Wakefield MA, Terry-McElrath Y, Chaloupka FJ, Flay BR, Johnston L, Saba A, Siebel C. Relation between newspaper coverage of tobacco issues and smoking attitudes and behaviour among American teens. Tobacco Control 2008; 17 (1): 17-24.

Clegg Smith K, Siebel C, Pham L, Cho J, Singer RF, Chaloupka FJ, Griswold M, Wakefield M. News on tobacco and public attitudes toward smokefree air policies in the United States. Health Policy 2008; 86 (1): 42-52

Davis RM, Gilpin EA, Loken B, Viswanath K, Wakefield MA. The role of the media in promoting and reducing tobacco use. Bethesda, USA: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health, National Cancer Institute. NIH Pub. NO. 07-6242, 2008.

Dixon HG, Sargent JD. The role of entertainment media in promoting or discouraging tobacco use. In: Davis RM, Gilpin EA, Loken B, Viswanath K, Wakefield MA, (Eds). The role of the media in promoting and reducing tobacco use. Bethesda: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health, National Cancer Institute. NIH Pub. NO. 07-6242, 2008, pp. 357-428.Ch 10.

Dunlop S, Wakefield M, Kashima Y. The contribution of anti-smoking advertising to quitting: Intra- and inter-personal processes. Journal of Health Communication 2008; 13 (2): 250-266.

Szczypka G, Wakefield MA, Emery S, Terry-McElrath YM, Flay BR, Chaloupka FJ. Working to make an image: an analysis of three Philip Morris corporate image media campaigns.Tobacco Control 2007; 16(5): 344-350.

Terry-McElrath YM, Wakefield MA, Emery S, Saffer H, Szczypka G, O'Malley PM, Johnston LD, Chaloupka FJ, Flay BR. State anti-tobacco advertising and smoking outcomes by gender and race/ethnicity. Ethnicity and Health 2007; 12(4): 339-362.

Biener L, Reimer RL, Wakefield M, Szczypka G, Rigotti NA, Connolly G. Impact of smoking cessation aids and mass media among recent quitters. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 2006; 30(3): 217-224.

Clegg Smith K, Wakefield M. Newspaper coverage of youth and tobacco: implications for public health. Health Communication 2006; 19(1): 19–28.

Clegg Smith K, Wakefield M, Edsall E. The good news about smoking: how do U.S. newspapers cover tobacco issues? Journal of Public Health Policy 2006; 27: 166-181.

Durkin S, Wakefield M, Spittal M. Looking for boomerang effects: a pre-post experimental study of the effects of exposure of youth to television advertising for nicotine replacement therapy and Zyban®. Addictive Behaviors 2006; 31(12): 2158-2168.

Hyland A, Wakefield M, Higbee C, Szczypka G, Cummings KM. Anti-tobacco television advertising and indicators of smoking cessation in adults: a cohort study. Health Education Research 2006; 21(3): 348-354.

Wakefield M, Durrant R. Effects of exposure of youths at risk for smoking to television advertising for nicotine replacement therapy and Zyban®: an experimental study. Health Communication 2006; 19(3): 253-258.

Wakefield M, McLeod K, Perry CL. "Stay away from them until you're old enough to make a decision": tobacco company testimony about youth smoking initiation. Tobacco Control 2006; 15(Supp IV): iv44-iv53.

Wakefield M, Terry-McElrath Y, Emery S, Saffer H, Chaloupka FJ, Szczypka G, Flay B, O’Malley PM, Johnston LD. Effect of televised, tobacco company-funded smoking prevention advertising on youth smoking-related beliefs, intentions, and behavior. American Journal of Public Health 2006; 96(12): 2154-2160.

Clegg Smith K, Wakefield M. A textual analysis of tobacco editorials: how are key media gatekeepers framing the issues? American Journal of Health Promotion 2005; 19(5): 361-368.

Dixon H. Portrayal of tobacco use in popular films: an investigation of audience impact. Of Substance 2005; 3(2): 26-27.

Emery S, Wakefield MA, Terry-McElrath Y, Saffer H, Szczypka G, O’Malley PM, Johnston LD, Chaloupka FJ, Flay B. Televised state-sponsored antitobacco advertising and youth smoking beliefs and behavior in the United States, 1999-2000. Archives of Adolescent and Paediatric Medicine 2005; 159: 639-645.

Szczypka G, Wakefield M, Emery S, Flay B, Chaloupka F, Slater S, Terry-McElrath Y, Saffer H. Population Exposure to State Funded Televised Anti-Tobacco Advertising in the United States - 37 States and the District of Columbia, 1999-2003. Research Paper Series, No. 31. ImpacTeen: Chicago, USA, October 2005

Johnston LD, Terry-McElrath YM, O’Malley PM, Wakefield M. Trends in recall and appraisal of anti-smoking advertising among American youth: National survey results, 1997-2001. Prevention Science 2005; 6(1): 1-19.

Szczypka G, Wakefield M, Emery S, Flay B, Chaloupka F, Slater S, Terry-McElrath Y, Saffer H, Nelson D. Estimated exposure of adolescents to State-funded anti-tobacco television advertisements - 37 States and the District of Columbia, 1999-2003. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report 2005; 54(42): 1077-1080.

Tauras JA, Chaloupka FJ, Farrelly MC, Giovino GA, Wakefield M, O’Malley PM, Johnston LD, Kloska DD, Pechacek TF. State tobacco control spending and youth smoking. American Journal of Public Health 2005; 95(2): 338-344.

Terry-McElrath Y, Wakefield M, Ruel E, Balch GI, Emery S, Szczypka G, Clegg-Smith K, Flay B. The effect of antismoking advertisement executional characteristics on youth comprehension, appraisal, recall, and engagement. Journal of Health Communication 2005; 10: 127-143.

Wakefield M, Balch GI, Ruel E, Terry-McElrath Y, Szczypka G, Flay B, Emery S, Clegg-Smith K. Youth responses to anti-smoking advertisements from tobacco-control agencies, tobacco companies, and pharmaceutical companies. Journal of Applied Social Psychology 2005; 35(9): 1894–1911.

Wakefield M, Szczypka G, Terry-McElrath Y, Emery S, Flay B, Chaloupka F, Saffer H. Mixed messages on tobacco: comparative exposure to public health, tobacco company- and pharmaceutical company-sponsored tobacco-related television campaigns in the United States, 1999-2003. Addiction 2005; 100: 1875-1883.

Wakefield M, Freeman J, Inglis G. Changes associated with the National Tobacco Campaign: results of the third and fourth follow-up surveys, 1997-2000. In: Research & Evaluation Committee (Ed), Australia's National Tobacco Campaign: Evaluation Report Volume Three. Canberra: Australian Government Department of Health & Ageing, 2004.

Wakefield M. Effects of social marketing campaigns on smoking behaviour. DrugInfo 2005; 4(1): 5.

Clegg Smith KM, Wakefield M,A Nichter M. Press coverage of public expenditure of Master Settlement Agreement funds: how are non-tobacco control related expenditures represented? Tobacco Control 2003; 12: 257-263.

Donovan RJ, Boulter J, Borland R, Jalleh G, Carter O. Continuous tracking of the Australian National Tobacco Campaign: advertising effects on recall, recognition, cognitions, and behaviour. Tobacco Control 2003; 12(Suppl II): ii30-ii39.

Hill D, Carroll T. Australia's National Tobacco Campaign. Tobacco Control 2003; 12(Suppl II): ii9–ii14.

Miller CL, Roberts L, Wakefield M. Uptake and effectiveness of the Australian telephone Quitline service in the context of a mass-media campaign. Tobacco Control 2003; 12(Suppl II): ii53–ii58.

Trotter L, Kriven S, Miller C. Quit ‘Parents’ campaign 2001. In: Letcher T, Trotter L (Eds). Quit Victoria Research and Evaluation Studies No. 11: 2000-2001. Melbourne: Victorian Smoking and Health Program, 2003.

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Wakefield M, Donovan R, Freeman J. Recall and response of smokers and recent quitters to the Australian National Tobacco Campaign. Tobacco Control 2003; 12(Suppl II): ii15–ii22.

Wakefield M, Durrant R, Terry-McElrath Y, Ruel E, Balch G, Anderson S, Hastings G, Szczypka G, Flay B. Appraisal of anti-smoking advertising by youth at risk for regular smoking: a comparative study in the United States, Australia, and Britain. Tobacco Control 2003; 12(Suppl II): ii82–ii86.

Wakefield M, Flay B, Nichter M, Giovino G. Effects of anti-smoking advertising on youth smoking: A review. Journal of Health Communication 2003; 8: 229–247.

Wakefield M, Flay B, Nichter M, Giovino G. Role of the media in influencing trajectories of youth smoking. Addiction 2003; 98 (Suppl 1): 79–103

Wakefield M, Bobevski I. Changes associated with the National Tobacco Campaign: Preliminary report on smoking prevalence and consumption, 1997-2002. Report prepared for the Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing, Canberra, June 2003. PDF copy [259 kb]

White V, Tan N, Wakefield M, Hill D. Do adult focused anti-smoking campaigns have an impact on adolescents? The case of the Australian National Tobacco Campaign. Tobacco Control 12(Suppl II): ii23-ii29.

Clegg-Smith K, Wakefield M, Siebel C, Szczypka G, Slater T, Terry-McElrath Y, Emery S, Chaloupka F. Coding the News: The development of a methodological framework for coding and analyzing newspaper coverage of tobacco issues. Chicago, IL: ImpacTeen Working Paper Number 21, Health Research and Policy Centers, University of Illinois at Chicago, May 2002. http://www.impacteen.org/media/papers_frame.htm  

Wakefield M, Letcher T. (Ad Watch). “My pack is cuter than your pack”. Tobacco Control 2002; 11:154-156.  

Dixon HG, Hill DJ, Borland R, Paxton SJ. Public reaction to the portrayal of the tobacco industry in the film The Insider. Tobacco Control 2001; 10: 285–291.

Wakefield M, Borland R. Saved by the bell: The role of telephone helpline services in the context of mass-media anti-smoking campaigns. (Editorial). Tobacco Control 2000; 9: 117-119.

Hill D, Chapman S, Donovan R. The return of scare tactics. Tobacco Control 1998; 7: 5–8.

Impact of mass media campaigns and tobacco policies in monthly Australian adult smoking prevalence publications

Germain D, McCarthy M, Wakefield M. Smoker sensitivity to retail tobacco displays and quitting: A cohort study. Addiction 2010; 105 (1): 159-163

Siahpush M, Wakefield MA, Spittal M, Durkin S, Scollo M. Taxation reduces social disparities in adult smoking prevalence. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 2009; 36 (4): 285-291.

Wakefield M, Durkin S, Spittal M, Siahpush M, Scollo M, Simpson J, Chapman S, White V, Hill D. Impact of tobacco control policies and mass media campaigns on monthly adult smoking prevalence: Time series analysis. American Journal of Public Health 2008; 98 (8): 1443-1450.

Slater S, Chaloupka FJ, Wakefield M, Johnston LD, O'Malley P. The impact of retail cigarette marketing practices on youth smoking uptake. Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine 2007; 161(5): 440-445.

Germain D. An audit of cigarette pack displays at the point of sale in Victorian milkbars.  Prepared for: The National Heart Foundation. Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council Victoria: Melbourne, Australia 2006.   

Wakefield M, Germain D, Durkin S, Henriksen L . An experimental study of effects on schoolchildren of exposure to point-of-sale cigarette advertising and pack displays. Health Education Research 2006; 21(3): 338-347. 

Effects of mass media campaigns, new coverage and tobacco policies on youth uptake and adult smoking cessation in Australia publications 

Wakefield M, Spittal M, Durkin S, Yong H, Borland R. Effects of mass media campaign exposure intensity and durability on quit attempts in a population-based cohort study. Health Education Research 2011; 26(6): 988-997

White V, Warne C, Spittal M, Durkin S, Purcell K, Wakefield M. What impact have tobacco control policies, cigarette prices and tobacco control program funding had on Australian adolescents' smoking? Addiction 2011; 106(8): 1493-1502. 

Bayly M. Cannabis use by Victorian secondary school students in 2008 and trends over time. In: White V, Smith G (eds). Victorian secondary school students' use of licit and illicit substances in 2008: Results from the 2008 Australian Secondary Students' Alcohol and Drug Survey. Prepared for: Victorian Department of Health: Melbourne, Australia, 2009.

Germain D. Illicit drug use by Victorian secondary school students in 2008 and trends over time. In: White V, Smith G (eds). Victorian secondary school students' use of licit and illicit substances in 2008: Results from the 2008 Australian Secondary Students' Alcohol and Drug Survey. Prepared for: Victorian Department of Health: Melbourne, Australia, 2009.

Machlin A, Smith G. Use of other substances by Victorian secondary school students in 2008 and trends over time. In: White V, Smith G (eds). Victorian secondary school students' use of licit and illicit substances in 2008: Results from the 2008 Australian Secondary Students' Alcohol and Drug Survey. Melbourne, Australia: Prepared for: Victorian Department of Health, 2009.

Smith G, Machlin A. Alcohol advertising and alcohol use. In: White V, Smith G (eds). Victorian secondary school students' use of licit and illicit substances in 2008: Results from the 2008 Australian Secondary Students' Alcohol and Drug Survey.  Prepared for: Victorian Department of Health: Melbourne, Australia, 2009.

White V, Bayly M. Tobacco use by Victorian secondary school students in 2008 and trends over time. In: White V, Smith G (eds). Victorian secondary school students' use of licit and illicit substances in 2008: Results from the 2008 Australian Secondary Students' Alcohol and Drug Survey. Prepared for: Victorian Department of Health: Melbourne, Australia, 2009.

White V, Bayly M. Tobacco use in the social environment of Victorian secondary school students and their awareness of health effects of smoking in 2008. In: White V, Smith G (eds). Victorian secondary school students' use of licit and illicit substances in 2008: Results from the 2008 Australian Secondary Students' Alcohol and Drug Survey. Prepared for: Victorian Department of Health: Melbourne, Australia, 2009.

Impact of anti-smoking ads on smokers of lower socio-economic status publications

Durkin S, Wakefield M, Spittal M. Which types of televised anti-tobacco campaigns prompt more quitline calls from disadvantaged groups? Health Education Research 2011; 26(6): 998-1009. 

Durkin S, Biener L, Wakefield M. Effects of different types of antismoking ads on reducing disparities in smoking cessation among socioeconomic subgroups. American Journal of Public Health 2009; 99 (12): 2217-2223.

Siahpush M, Wakefield M, Spittal M, Durkin S. Antismoking television advertising and socioeconomic variations in calls to Quitline. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 2007; 61(4): 298-301.

Durkin S, Germain D, Letcher T, Lipscomb J. Smoking prevalence and consumption in Victoria: Key findings from the 1998-2003 population surveys. CBRC Research Paper Series No. 12. Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council Victoria: Melbourne, Australia, March 2005.

Pre-testing and evaluation of Quit Victoria mass media campaigns publications

Durkin S, Wakefield M. Comparative responses to radio and television anti-smoking advertisements to encourage smoking cessation. Health Promotion International 2010; 25 (1): 5-13.

Durkin S, McCarthy M. Natural exposure evaluation of the Bronchoscopy ad.  Prepared for: Quit Victoria. Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council Victoria: Melbourne, Australia, April 2008.

McCarthy M, Germain D, Durkin S. Evaluation of the ‘Smokefree homes and cars' campaign, 2007. CBRC Research Paper Series No. 36. Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council Victoria: Melbourne, Australia, October 2008.

McCarthy M, Durkin S. Natural exposure evaluation of the Zita campaign.  Prepared for: Quit Victoria. Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council Victoria: Melbourne, Australia, July 2008.

Winstanley M, White V. Trends in Prevalence of Smoking. In: Scollo MM, Winstanley MH, (Eds). Tobacco in Australia: Facts and Issues.(3rd edn) Melbourne, Australia: The Cancer Council of Victoria, 2008

Durkin S. Natural Exposure Evaluation of the Graphic Health Warnings Campaign -‘Amputation' and ‘Mouth cancer talks' ads.  Prepared for: Graphic Health Warnings Campaign Collaboration at Cancer Institute NSW. Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council of Victoria: Melbourne, Australia, November 2006.

Durkin S, Wakefield M. Responses to the ‘Bubblewrap Emphysema’ campaign. CBRC Research Paper Series No. 19. Melbourne, Australia: Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council Victoria, March 2006.

Erbas B, Bui Q, Huggins R, Harper T, White V. Investigating the relation between placement of Quit antismoking advertisements and number of telephone calls to Quitline: a semiparametric modelling approach. Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 2006; 60: 180–182.

Durkin S. Second hand smoke - Parents TVC concept testing: Quantitative analyses. Summary report.  Prepared for: Quit Victoria. Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council Victoria: Melbourne, Australia, March 2005.

Durkin S, Germain D. Second hand smoke - Non-smokers TVC concept testing: Quantitative analyses. Summary report.  Prepared for: Quit Victoria. Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council Victoria: Melbourne, Australia, April 2005.

Durkin S. ‘Graphic health warnings' concept testing: Quantitative analyses. Summary report.  Prepared for: Quit Victoria. Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council Victoria: Melbourne, Australia, October 2005.

Germain D. Exposure to and perceptions of the dangers and illnesses of passive smoking among Victorians: 2004. CBRC Research Paper Series No. 17. Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council Victoria: Melbourne, Australia, October 2005.

Influence of narrative content and context of anti-smoking public health messages publications  

Durkin S, Wakefield M. Interrupting a narrative transportation experience: Program placement effects on responses to anti-smoking advertising. Journal of Health Communication 2008; 13 (7): 667-680.

Durkin S, Wakefield M. Maximizing the impact of emotive antitobacco advertising: effects of interpersonal discussion and program placement. Social Marketing Quarterly 2006; 12(3): 3-14. 

Pre-testing of televised anti-smoking advertisements and media campaign evaluation in low and middle-income countries publications

Murukutla N, Turk T, Prasad C, Saradhi R, Kaur J, Gupta S, Mullin S, Ram F, Gupta PC, Wakefield M. Results of a national mass media campaign in India to warn against the dangers of smokeless tobacco consumption. Tobacco Control 2011 21(1): 12-17.

Wakefield M, Bayly M, Durkin S, Cotter T, Mullin S, Warne C, The International Anti-Tobacco Advertisement Rating Study Team. Smokers' responses to television advertisements about the serious harms of tobacco use: pre-testing results from 10 low- to middle-income countries. Tobacco Control 2011 [Epub ahead of print]. 

Alday J, Murukutla N, Cedillo C, Johns P, Monteiro A, Wakefield M. Smoke-free São Paulo: A campaign evaluation and the case for sustained mass media investment. Salud Publica de Mexico alud Publica de Mexico 2010; 52(Suppl 2): S216-S225.

Bayly M, Durkin S, Wakefield M, Cotter T. Bangladesh anti-smoking advertising ratings: Quantitative analysis.  Prepared for: The World Lung Foundation as part of the Bloomberg Initiative. Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council Victoria and Cancer Institute of New South Wales: Melbourne, Australia, February 2010.

Bayly M, Durkin S, Wakefield M, Cotter T. China secondhand smoke advertising ratings: Quantitative analysis.  Prepared for: The World Lung Foundation as part of the Bloomberg Initiative. Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council Victoria and Cancer Institute of New South Wales: Melbourne, Australia, March 2010.

Bayly M, Durkin S, Wakefield M, Cotter T. Egypt anti-smoking advertising ratings: Quantitative analysis.  Prepared for: The World Lung Foundation as part of the Bloomberg Initiative. Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council Victoria and Cancer Institute of New South Wales: Melbourne, Australia, May 2010.

Bayly M, Durkin S, Wakefield M, Cotter T. Russia secondhand smoke advertising ratings: Quantitative analysis. Prepared for: The World Lung Foundation as part of the Bloomberg Initiative. Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council Victoria:Melbourne, Australia, July 2010.

Bayly M, Durkin S, Wakefield M, Cotter T, Mullin S. Turkey anti-smoking advertising ratings: Quantitative analysis. Prepared for: The World Lung Foundation as part of the Bloomberg Initiative. Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council Victoria:Melbourne, Australia, November 2010.

Bayly M, Durkin S, Wakefield M, Cotter T. Indonesia anti-smoking advertising ratings: Quantitative analysis.  Prepared for: The World Lung Foundation as part of the Bloomberg Initiative. Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council Victoria: Melbourne, Australia, April 2009.

Bayly M, Durkin S, Wakefield M, Cotter T. Mexico anti-smoking advertising ratings: Quantitative analysis.  Prepared for: The World Lung Foundation as part of the Bloomberg Initiative. Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council Victoria: Melbourne, Australia, April 2009.

Bayly M, Durkin S, Wakefield M, Cotter T. Philippines anti-smoking advertising ratings: Quantitative analysis.  Prepared for: The World Lung Foundation as part of the Bloomberg Initiative. Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council Victoria: Melbourne, Australia, April 2009.

Bayly M, Durkin S, Wakefield M, Cotter T. India Region 1 anti-smoking advertising ratings: Quantitative analysis.  Prepared for: The World Lung Foundation as part of the Bloomberg Initiative. Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council Victoria: Melbourne, Australia, May 2009.

Bayly M, Durkin S, Wakefield M, Cotter T. Vietnam anti-smoking advertising ratings: Quantitative analysis.  Prepared for: The World Lung Foundation as part of the Bloomberg Initiative. Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council Victoria: Melbourne, Australia, July 2009.

Durkin S, Wakefield M, Cotter T, Machlin A, Bayly M. Russia anti-smoking advertising ratings: Quantitative analysis.  Prepared for: The World Lung Foundation as part of the Bloomberg Initiative. Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council Victoria: Melbourne, Australia, September 2008.

Durkin S, Wakefield M, Cotter T, Machlin A, Bayly M. China anti-smoking advertising ratings: Quantitative analysis.  Prepared for: The World Lung Foundation as part of the Bloomberg Initiative. Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council Victoria: Melbourne, Australia, September 2008.  

Wakefield M, Durkin S, Murphy M, Cotter T. Pre-testing anti-smoking commercials: process for the conduct of market research. Alexandria, NSW: Cancer Institute NSW, September 2007.

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Tobacco-related news coverage: trends and effects publications

Wakefield M, Brennan E, Durkin S, McLeod K, Smith KC. Making news: The appearance of tobacco control organisations in newspaper coverage of 4 tobacco control issues. American Journal of Health Promotion 2012; 26(3):  166-171.

Wakefield MA, Brennan E, Durkin SJ, McLeod K, Smith KC. Still a burning issue: Trends in the volume, content and population reach of newspaper coverage about tobacco issues. Critical Public Health 2011; 21(3): 313-325.

McLeod K, Wakefield M, Chapman S, Clegg Smith K, Durkin S. Changes in the news representation of smokers and tobacco-related media advocacy from 1995-2005 in Australia. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 2009; 63 (3): 215-220.

Clegg Smith K, McLeod K, Wakefield M. Australian letters to the editor on tobacco: triggers, rhetoric, and claims of legitimate voice. Qualitative Health Research 2005; 15(9): 1180-1198.

Clegg Smith K, Terry-McElrath Y, Wakefield M, Durrant R. Media advocacy and newspaper coverage of tobacco issues: a comparative analysis of 1 year’s print news in the United States and Australia. Nicotine & Tobacco Research 2005; 7(2): 289-299.

Wakefield M, Clegg Smith K, Chapman S. Framing of Australian newspaper coverage of a secondhand smoke injury claim: lessons for media advocacy. Critical Public Health 2005; 15(1): 53-63.

Durrant R, Wakefield M, McLeod K, Clegg-Smith K, Chapman S. Tobacco in the news: an analysis of newspaper coverage of tobacco issues in Australia 2001. Tobacco Control 2003; 12(Suppl II): ii75–ii81.

Wakefield M, McLeod K, Clegg Smith K. Individual versus corporate responsibility for smoking-related illness: Australian press coverage of the Rolah McCabe trial. Health Promotion International 2003; 18(4): 297-305.

Wakefield M, McLeod K, Clegg-Smith K. Individual versus corporate responsibility for smoking-related illness: Press coverage of the Rolah McCabe trial. In: Letcher T, Trotter L (Eds). Quit Victoria Research and Evaluation Studies No. 11: 2000-2001. Melbourne: Victorian Smoking and Health Program, 2003. PDF copy [638 kb]

Pre-testing of anti-smoking ads among Indigenous adult Australian smokers

Stewart H, Bowden JA, Bayly M, Sharplin G, Durkin S, Miller CL, Givans SE, Warne CD, Wakefield MA. Potential effectiveness of specific anti-smoking mass media advertisements among Australian Indigenous smokers. Health Education Research 2011; 26(6): 961-975.

Effects of televised anti-smoking campaigns on smoking in the United States

Terry-McElrath Y, Emery S, Wakefield M, O'Malley P, Szczypka G, Johnston LD. Effects of tobacco-related media campaigns on smoking among 20-30 year-old adults: longitudinal data from the United States. Tobacco Control 2011 [Epub ahead of print].

Impact of televised anti-tobacco campaigns on enrolment in a smoking cessation website in New York state

Emery S, Kim Y, Choi Y-K, Szczypka G, Wakefield M, Chaloupka F. The Effects of smoking-related television advertising on smoking and intentions to quit among adults in the US: 1999-2007. American Journal of Public Health 2012; 102(4):  751-757.

 

Publications - Tobacco advertising, promotion and packaging

 

General publications - Tobacco advertising, promotion and packaging

Loken B, Viswanath K, Wakefield M. Controlling Obesity: Lessons learned from Tobacco Control and Tobacco Marketing Research. In: Batra R, Keller PA, Strecher VJ (eds). Leveraging Consumer Psychology for Effective Health Communications: The Obesity Challenge. Armonk: N.Y.: M.E.Sharpe, In Press.

Gartner CE, Chapman SF, Hall WD, Wakefield MA. Why we need tobacco sales data for good tobacco control. (Editorial). Medical Journal of Australia 2010; 192 (1): 3.

Wakefield M. Market manipulation: How the tobacco industry recruits and retains smokers. In: Boyle P, Gray N, Henningfield J, Seffrin J, Zatonski W (eds). Tobacco: Science, Policy and Public Health.(2nd edn) South Melbourne, Victoria: Oxford University Press, 2010.

Wakefield M, Liberman J. Back to the future: Tobacco industry interference, evidence and the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (Editorial). Tobacco Control 2008; 17 (3): 145-146.

Yong HH, Borland R, Hammond D, Sirirassamee B, Ritthiphakdee B, Awang R, Omar M, Kin F, Zain ZM, Lee WB, Siahpush M, Fong GT. Levels and correlates of awareness of tobacco promotional activities among adult smokers in Malaysia and Thailand: Findings from the International Tobacco Control Southeast Asia (ITC-SEA) Survey. Tobacco Control 2008; 17 (1): 46-52.

Ross H, Chaloupka F, Wakefield M. Youth smoking uptake progress: price and public policy effects. Eastern Economic Journal 2006; 32(2): 355-367.

White VM, White MM, Freeman K, Gilpin EA, Pierce JP. Cigarette promotional offers: who takes advantage? American Journal of Preventive Medicine 2006; 30(3): 225-231.

Gilpin EA, White VM, Pierce JP. How effective are tobacco industry bar and club marketing efforts in reaching young adults? Tobacco Control 2005; 14: 186-192.

Scollo M, Freeman J, Icasiano F, Wakefield M. Early evidence of the impact of recent reforms to tobacco taxes on tobacco prices and tobacco use in Australia. In: Research & Evaluation Committee (Ed), Australia's National Tobacco Campaign: Evaluation Report Volume Three. Canberra: Australian Government Department of Health & Ageing, 2004 

Wakefield M, Morley C, Horan J, Cummings KM. The cigarette pack as image: new evidence from tobacco industry documents. Tobacco Control 2002; 11(Suppl I): i73–i80.

Point of sale advertising and promotion publications

McCarthy M, Scully M, Wakefield M. Price discounting of cigarettes in milk bars near secondary schools occur more frequently in areas with greater socio-economic disadvantage. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 2011; 35(1): 71-74.

Germain D, McCarthy M, Wakefield M. Smoker sensitivity to retail tobacco displays and quitting: A cohort study. Addiction 2010; 105(1): 159-163.

Wakefield M, Germain D, Henriksen L. The effect of retail cigarette pack displays on impulse purchase. Addiction 2008; 103 (2): 322-328.

Germain D, Wakefield M, Durkin S. Victorian adult's attitudes towards tobacco point-of-sale displays.  Prepared for: National Heart Foundation. Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council of Victoria: Melbourne, Australia, April 2007.

Wakefield M, Germain D. (Letter to Editor) Adult smokers’ use of point-of-sale displays to select cigarette brands. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 2006; 30(5): 483-484.

Letcher T, Cameron M, Inglis G, Wakefield M. Bans on tobacco smoking at point of sale. In: Letcher T, Trotter L (Eds). Quit Victoria Research and Evaluation Studies No. 11: 2000-2001. Melbourne: Victorian Smoking and Health Program, 2003.

Terry-McElrath Y, Wakefield M, Giovino G, Hyland A. Barker D, Chaloupka F, Slater S, Clark P, Schooley M, Pederson L, Pechacek T. Point-of-purchase tobacco environments and variation by store type – United States, 1999. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report 2002; 51: 184–187.  

Wakefield M, Ruel EE, Chaloupka FJ, Slater SJ, Kaufman NJ. Association of point of purchase tobacco advertising and promotions with choice of usual brand among teenage smokers. Journal of Health Communication 2002; 7: 113–122.

Wakefield MA, Terry-McElrath YM, Chaloupka FJ, Barker DC, Slater SJ, Clark PI, Giovino GA. Tobacco industry marketing at the point-of purchase after the 1998 MSA Billboard Advertising Ban. American Journal of Public Health 2002; 92: 937–939.

Slater S, Chaloupka FJ, Wakefield M. State variation in retail promotions and advertising for Marlboro cigarettes. Tobacco Control 2001; 10(4): 337–339.

Effects of plain packaging on perceptions of brand image publications

Germain D, Wakefield M, Durkin S. Adolescents' perceptions of cigarette brand image: Does plain packaging make a difference? Journal of Adolescent Health 2010; 46 (4): 385-392.

Wakefield M, Germain D, Durkin S. How does increasingly plainer cigarette packaging influence adult smokers’ perceptions about brand image? An experimental study. Tobacco Control 2008; 17 (6): 416-421.

Effects of current and plain tobacco packaging on cigarette evaluation

Wakefield M. Welcome to Cardboard Country: How plain packaging could change the subjective experience of smoking. [Invited editorial]. Tobacco Control 2011; 20(5): 321 - 322.

Impact of graphic health warnings on populations smoking behaviour in Australia publications

Li L, Borland R, Yong H, Hitchman SC, Wakefield MA, Kasza KA, Fong GT. The association between exposure to the point-of-sale anti-smoking warnings and smokers' interest in quitting and quit attempts: Findings from the International Tobacco Control Four Country Survey. Addiction 2012; 107(2):  425-433.

Brennan E, Durkin S, Cotter T, Harper T, Wakefield M. Mass media campaigns designed to support new pictorial health warnings on cigarette packets: Evidence of a complementary relationship. Tobacco Control 2011; 20(6): 412-418.

White V, Webster B, Wakefield M. Do graphic health warning labels have an impact on adolescents' smoking-related beliefs and behaviors? Addiction 2008; 103 (9): 1562-1571.

 

Publications - Smoke free policies

 

General publications - Smoke-free policies 

Lal A, Siahpush M. The effect of smoke-free policies on revenue in bars in Tasmania, Australia. Tobacco Control 2009; 18 (5): 405-408.

Wakefield M, Cameron M, Murphy M. Potential for smoke-free policies in social venues to prevent smoking uptake and reduce relapse: A qualitative study. Health Promotion Practice 2009; 10 (1): 119-127.

Lal A, Siahpush M. The effect of smoke-free policies on electronic gaming machine expenditure in Victoria, Australia. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 2008; 62 (1): 11-15.

Germain D, Wakefield M, Durkin S. Non-smokers' responses when smokers light up: a population-based study. Preventive Medicine 2007; 45(1): 21-25.  

Wakefield M, Cameron M, Murphy M. Potential for smoke-free policies in social venues to prevent smoking uptake and reduce relapse: a qualitative study. Health Promotion Practice 2009; 10(1)119-27. Epub 2007 Oct 9. 

Borland R, Yong HH, Siahpush M, Hyland A, Campbell S, Hastings G, Cummings KM, Fong GT. Support for and reported compliance with smoke-free restaurants and bars by smokers in four countries: findings from the International Tobacco Control (ITC) Four Country Survey. Tobacco Control 2006; 15(Suppl 3): iii34øiii41.

Letcher T, Lipscomb J, Wakefield M, Durkin S. Compliance with legislation restricting smoking in licensed venues in Victoria. CBRC Research Paper Series No. 16. Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council Victoria: Melbourne, Australia, October 2005.

Wakefield M, Cameron M, Durkin S. Secondhand smoke exposure and respiratory symptoms among Crown Casino, RSL Club and office workers in Victoria, Australia after the introduction of smoking bans in gambling venues.  Prepared for: VicHealth. Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council Victoria: Melbourne, Australia, July 2005.  

Wakefield M, Forster J. Growing evidence for new benefit of clean indoor air laws: Reduced adolescent smoking. (Editorial). Tobacco Control 2005; 14 (5): 292-293.

Wakefield M, Cameron M, Inglis G, Letcher T, Durkin S. Secondhand smoke exposure and respiratory symptoms among casino, club, and office workers in Victoria, Australia. Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine 2005; 47(7): 698-703.

Borland R, Davey C. Impact of smoke-free bans and restrictions. In: Boyle P, Gray N, Henningfield J, Seffrin J & Zatonski W. Tobacco - science, policy and public health. Oxford: Oxford University Press 2004, pp 708-732.

Lal A, Siahpush M, Scollo M. [Letter to Editor] The economic impact of smoke-free legislation on sales turnover in restaurants and bars in Tasmania. Tobacco Control 2004; 13(4): 454-455.

Wakefield M, Forster J. (Editorial) Growing evidence for new benefit of clean indoor air laws: reduced adolescent smoking. Tobacco Control 2005; 14(5): 292-293

Cameron M, Wakefield M, Trotter L, Inglis G. Exposure to environmental tobacco smoke at work: A survey of members of the Australian Liquor, Hospitality and Miscellaneous Workers Union. In: Letcher T, Trotter L (Eds). Quit Victoria Research and Evaluation Studies No. 11: 2000-2001. Melbourne: Victorian Smoking and Health Program, 2003. PDF copy [592 kb]  

Cameron M, Wakefield M, Trotter L, Inglis G. Exposure to secondhand smoke at work: a survey of members of the Australian Liquor, Hospitality and Miscellaneous Workers Union. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 2003; 27(5): 496-501.

Letcher T, Cameron M, Trotter L, Inglis G, Potter R, Lal A, Farquharson K, Wakefield M. Adaptation to mandated restrictions on smoking in dining areas: Results of an internet survey. In: Letcher T, Trotter L (Eds). Quit Victoria Research and Evaluation Studies No. 11: 2000-2001. Melbourne: Victorian Smoking and Health Program, 2003. PDF copy [601 kb]

Trotter L, Wakefield M, Borland R. Socially cued smoking in bars, nightclubs and gaming venues: A case for introducing smokefree policies. In: Letcher T, Trotter L (Eds). Quit Victoria Research and Evaluation Studies No. 11: 2000-2001. Melbourne: Victorian Smoking and Health Program, 2003. PDF copy [579 kb]

Wakefield M, Trotter L, Cameron M, Woodward A, Inglis G, Hill D. Association between exposure to workplace secondhand smoke and reported respiratory and sensory symptoms: cross-sectional study. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine 2003; 45(6).

Wakefield M, Trotter L, Cameron M, Woodward A, Inglis G, Hill D. Association between exposure to workplace environmental tobacco smoke and respiratory symptoms. In: Letcher T, Trotter L (Eds). Quit Victoria Research and Evaluation Studies No. 11: 2000-20001. Melbourne: Victorian Smoking and Health Program, 2003. PDF copy [586 kb]   

Brownson R, Hopkins D, Wakefield M. Effects of smoking restrictions in the workplace. Annual Review of Public Health 2002; 23: 333–348.

Miller C, Wakefield M, Kriven S, Hyland A. Evaluation of smoke-free dining in South Australia: Support and compliance among the community and restaurateurs. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 2002; 26:36–44.

Thomas R, Letcher T. Survey of patrons attending two indoor sports venues: Opinions on provisions of smokefree bars. Prepared for: Victorian Smoking and Health Program (Quit Victoria), Melbourne: The Cancer Council Victoria, September 2002.

Trotter L, Wakefield M, Borland R. Socially cued smoking in bars, nightclubs, and gaming venues: a case for introducing smoke-free policies. Tobacco Control 2002; 11 :300–304

Wakefield M, Banham D, McCaul K, Martin J, Ruffin R, Badcock N, Roberts L. Effect of feedback regarding urinary cotinine and brief tailored advice on home smoking restrictions among low-income parents of children with asthma: A controlled trial. Preventive Medicine 2002; 34: 58–65.

Wakefield M, Siahpush M, Scollo M, Lal M, Hyland A, McCaul K, Miller C. The effect of a smoke-free law on restaurant business in South Australia. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 2002; 26 (4): 375–382.

Chapman S, Borland R, Scollo M, Brownson RC, Dominello A, Woodward S. The impact of smokefree workplaces on declining cigarette consumption in Australia and USA. American Journal of Public Health 1999; 89: 1018–1023.

Effects of smoke-free pubs and bars on indoor and outdoor air quality publications

Brennan E, Cameron M, Warne C, Durkin S, Borland R, Travers M, Hyland A, Wakefield M. Secondhand smoke drift: Examining the influence of indoor smoking bans on indoor and outdoor air quality at pubs and bars. Nicotine & Tobacco Research 2010; 12 (3): 271-277.

Effects of smoking on air quality in outdoor dining cafes

Cameron M, Brennan E, Durkin S, Borland R, Travers MJ, Hyland A, Spittal MJ, Wakefield MA. Secondhand smoke exposure (PM2.5) in outdoor dining areas and its correlates. Tobacco Control 2010; 19(1): 19-23.

 

Publications - Other tobacco control policy research

King B, White V, Balmford J, Cooper J, Borland R. The decline of menthol cigarette smoking in Australia, 1980-2008. Nicotine and Tobacco Control 2012 [Epub ahead of print].

Gartner CE, Chapman SF, Hall WD, Wakefield MA. Why we need tobacco sales data for good tobacco control. (Editorial). Medical Journal of Australia 2010; 192(1):  3.

Davis RM, Wakefield M, Amos A, Gupta PC. [Invited paper] The hitchhiker's guide to tobacco control: a global assessment of harms, remedies, and controversies. Annual Review of Public Health 2007; 28: 171-194.

Wakefield M, Hill D. Tobacco Control. In: Moodie R, Hulme A (Eds.) Hands-on Health Promotion. Melbourne: IP Communications, 2004, pp 149-160.

Younie S, Scollo M, Hill D, Borland R. Preventing tobacco use and harm: what is evidence based policy? In: Stockwell T, Gruenewald PJ, Toumbourou JW, Loxley W. Preventing harmful substance use: the evidence base for policy and practice. Chichester, UK: John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 2005.

Wakefield M, Giovino G. Teen penalties for tobacco possession, use and purchase: evidence and issues. Tobacco Control 2003; 12(Suppl I):i6–i13.

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Publications - Smoking cessation methods and programs

Chapman S, Wakefield M. Smoking cessation strategies. (Editorial). BMJ 2012; 344 

Abbott J, Mason T. An evaluation of Quit Victoria's educator training program: Findings from participants who work in Indigenous settings.  Prepared for Quit Victoria. Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council of Victoria: Melbourne, Australia 2009.

McCarthy M, Brewster J. Evaluation of the ‘Quitters are Winners' course: a prison-based cessation program, 2002-2007. CBRC Research Paper Series No. 38. Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council Victoria: Melbourne, Australia, April 2009.

Ramos V, Germain D, Ross N. Smoking behaviour, knowledge and attitudes among the Spanish speaking community in Victoria, Australia.  Prepared for Quit Victoria. Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council Victoria: 2009.    

Wakefield M, Olver I, Whitford H, Rosenfeld E. Motivational interviewing as a smoking cessation intervention for patients with cancer: randomized controlled trial. Nursing Research 2004; 53(6): 396-405.

Borland R, Balmford J, Segan C, Livingston P, Owen N. The effectiveness of personalized smoking cessation strategies for callers to a Quitline service. Addiction 2003; 98(6): 837-846.

Trotter L, Montague M. Promoting smoking cessation among pregnant women: routine antenatal care guidelines. Health Promotion Journal of Australia 2003; 14(2); 90-94.

Trotter L, Worcester P. Training for dentists in smoking cessation intervention. Australian Dental Journal 2003; 48(3): 183-189.

Fotheringham M, Wakefield M. Regular physical activity may help you quit smoking. Stop 2002; 11(25): 66-68.

Segan CJ, Borland R, Greenwood K. Do Transtheoretical Model measures predict the transition from preparation to action in smoking cessation? Psychology and Health 2002; 17(4): 417–435.

Trotter L, Montague M. Promoting smoking cessation among pregnant women: Routine antenatal care guidelines. In: Letcher T, Trotter L (Eds). Quit Victoria Research and Evaluation Studies No. 11: 2000-2001. Melbourne: Victorian Smoking and Health Program, 2003. PDFcopy [582 kb]

Trotter L, Worcester P. Training for dentists in smoking cessation intervention. In: Letcher T, Trotter L (Eds). Quit Victoria Research and Evaluation Studies No. 11: 2000-2001. Melbourne: Victorian Smoking and Health Program, 2003. PDFcopy [591 kb]

Updated: 14 Jan, 2013