This event presents two international smoke-free homes projects and discusses the learning from them for research, practice and policy.
Professor Kamran Siddiqi, University of York, UK - What can we learn from a large trial of smoke-free home interventions (MCLASS II) in Dhaka Bangladesh?
Dr Emilia Abidin, Universiti Putra Malaysia - MyFamily MySmoke: Supporting men who smoke at home to take it right outside
Dr Rachel O'Donnell and Dr Ruaraidh Dobson, University of Stirling
The SHINE Network is an interdisciplinary group of researchers, practitioners and policy makers based in the UK and in Ireland with an interest in future smoke-free homes work. SHINE aims to further our understanding of the best ways to support smokers to keep their home smoke-free, facilitating future collaboration opportunities.
SHINE is funded by UK Research and Innovation-Economic and Social Research Council and the Irish Research Council under the 'ESRC-IRC UK/Ireland Networking Grants'.
This work is supported by The Centre for Development, Evaluation, Complexity and Implementation in Public Health Improvement (DECIPHer), funded by Welsh Government through Health and Care Research Wales.