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This comprehensive strategy outlines how we can tackle tobacco together; it ranges from helping people to quit, to protecting children from second hand smoke, to educating people about the dangers of shisha pipes.

Report presenting the latest information and analysis from the national General Lifestyle Survey which provides comparative data to support analysis of local lifestyle surveys. Seven themed chapters include: smoking; drinking; households; families and people; housing and consumer durables; marriage and cohabitation; pensions; and general health.

In depth analytical topic report from the Public Health Intelligence Team into smoking during pregnancy in births to Bolton mothers looking at inequalities by deprivation and ethnicity.

This excel tool provides access to the data that produces the local tobacco control profile at Local Authority level.

The Local Tobacco Control Profiles for England provides a snapshot of the extent of tobacco use, tobacco related harm, and measures being taken to reduce this harm at a local level. These profiles have been designed to help local government and health services to assess the effect of tobacco use on their local populations. They will inform commissioning and planning decisions to tackle tobacco use and improve the health of local communities. The tool allows you to compare your local authority against other local authorities in the region and benchmark your local authority against the England average. You can view this by clicking here: http://bit.ly/ZfJJp5

 

There is also the 2012 'Supplementary Data' pack attatched as a downloaded excel document. 

 

 

Local tobacco control profile for Bolton. Indicators include (but not limited to) smoking attributable: mortality; hospital admissions; prevelance and hospital admissions.

Contains the total cost of smoking attributable hospital admissions for those aged 35 years and over, which is the data used to calculate the cost per capita.

Map showing prevalence of current smokers within Bolton at MSOA (Middle Super Output Area) level. Taken from Bolton Health Survey 2010.

Summarises the key findings of a survey to assess the behaviour and attitudes of 14 to 17 year olds in the North West towards alcohol and tobacco.

Map showing prevalence of current levels of population who are classed as current smokers within Bolton at MSOA (Middle Super Output Area) level. Taken from Bolton Health Survey 2010.

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