Healthcare services worldwide play a vital role in proactively addressing the tobacco epidemic in order to protect population health. So, if your healthcare service wants to get involved, this is a great place to start…
What are the Global Standards?
Reviewed in 2015, these evidence-based standards address key elements known to be important in achieving outcomes for tobacco management and tobacco cessation within healthcare services. Together with a process of self-audit, they support sustained commitment and continuous improvement.
Why participate in the GOLD Forum Process?
The GOLD Forum recognises healthcare services working at the highest level of implementation of tobacco control in accordance with the Global Standards. In addition to recognition, the GOLD Forum provides a learning and sharing opportunity for the exchange of good practice.
'SAVE THE DATE'
GOLD Forum Event 2018
Wednesday 6th of June 2018, Bologna Italy
The GOLD Forum event will be held at the the 26th International Conference of Health Promoting Hospitals and Health Services (HPH) Tobacco Pre- Conference in Bologna, Italy.Registrations now open for the HPH conference and pre-conference.
17th World Conference on Tobacco or Health
WHEN: 7-9 March 2018, Cape Town, South Africa
18th Annual Conference of the SRNT Europe
6-9 September 2018, Munich Germany
For more tobacco related events visit the 'Events Calendar' on the website.
The Global Network for Tobacco Free Healthcare Services congratulates and welcomes twelve (12) new and three (3) renewal members to the Global GOLD Forum.
The fourteen (14) participants will share their learnings and experiences at the next GOLD Forum Event - Wednesday 6th June 2018, Bologna Italy.
At the 6th International City Health Conference Ms. Susann Koalick (Swiss Network) presented a Global Network poster featuring the contribution and experiences from two recent GOLD Forum Members
Control / March
Free month access. Featuring a cover essay on 'The Tobacco Control Vaccine: a population-based framework for preventing tobacco-related disease and death'
Hospitals were assessed on compliance for Std 3, 4 and 5 in Irish study to examine implementation and hospital staff awareness of a Tobacco Free Campus policy.
Nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) recommended in current Australian clinical guidelines for pregnant women who are unable to quit smoking unassisted.
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