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Abstract

This report assess the expected health, economic, social and environmental impacts of five policy options that the European Commission (DG SANCO) is considering for achieving smoke-free environments in the European Union (EU-27).

Table of Contents

  • Chapter One

    Introduction

  • Chapter Two

    Report structure and methodology

  • Chapter Three

    ETS prevalence in the EU-27

  • Chapter Four

    ETS health burden

  • Chapter Five

    ETS financial burden

  • Chapter Six

    ETS and inequalities

  • Chapter Seven

    Smoke-free regulations in EU Member States

  • Chapter Eight

    The effects of smoking bans

  • Chapter Nine

    Technological strategies for controlling secondhand smoke

  • Chapter Ten

    Cost-effectiveness of smoking cessation interventions

  • Chapter Eleven

    Conclusions

  • Chapter Twelve

    Description of policy options

  • Chapter Thirteen

    Quantitative analysis

  • Chapter Fourteen

    Analysis of impacts and comparison of policy options

  • Appendix A

    Literature review

  • Appendix B

    ETS prevalence

  • Appendix C

    Relative risks

  • Appendix D

    Effects of smoking bans

  • Appendix E

    Technological strategies for controlling secondhand smoke

  • Appendix F

    Cost-effectiveness of smoking cessation

  • Appendix G

    Stakeholder consultation on smoke-free environments

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