Partnerships & Networks

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Our Professional Networks

  • Wales Tobacco or Health Network

If you are an individual who is working, or has an interest in tobacco control please join us as a member of the Wales Tobacco or Health Network (WTHN) . The WTHN meets three times a year and you will be kept updated with regular tobacco control news and research. There is no cost associated with joining this network.

  • Wales Tobacco Control Alliance

If you are an organisation who is interested in working with us on tobacco control campaigning issues, please join us as a member of the Wales Tobacco Control Alliance.

Our Monthly Newsletter

If you would like to be kept up to date with our latest news and other tobacco control work of interest, please sign up to our monthly e-newsletter, follow us on Twitter or like us on Facebook.

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Our Projects and Partnerships

We work in partnership with a number of organisations on public health projects and research intervention. Please feel free to contact us to discuss your tobacco control research and partnership ideas.

Here are a few examples of our current and past consultancy and partnership working activities.

Live Well Work Well
  • Live Well, Work Well

Partners: Sustrans Cymru, MIND Cymru and British Heart Foundation Cymru

Project Description: Exploring how third sector organisations in Wales can support the NHS to look after the health and well-being of staff, funded by Welsh Government Voluntary Sector Grant Scheme.

Decipher Blue
  • The Filter Further Education Challenge: Pilot Trial and Process Evaluation

Partners: Cardiff University's Centre for the Development and Evaluation of Complex Interventions for Public Health Improvement (DECIPHer), led by Dr Adam Fletcher

Project Description: Evaluation of The Filter intervention in 3 further education settings across Wales (with 3 control settings) funded by the National Institute of Health Research.

Cardiff Uni
  • Evaluation of The Filter

Partners: Cardiff University's Department of Primary Care and Public Health, led by Dr Aimee Grant

Project Description: Evaluation of The Filter, our young people's quit smoking service for Wales