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Australian Government response to the Senate Community Affairs Legislation Committee Report on the: Aged Care (Living Longer Living Better) Bill 2013 [Provisions] and related bills
These research reports were used to help develop the graphic health warnings used on cigarette packaging and evaluate the effectiveness of the plain packaging design.
Australian Government response to recommendations from the Inquiry into Commonwealth Funding and Administration of Mental Health Services report: Letter to Senator Rachel Siewert, Committee Chair
Australian Government response to the Senate Community Affairs References Committee report: The regulatory standards for the approval of medical devices in Australia
Australian Government response to the recommendations of the Finance and Public Administration References Committee report on the government’s administration of the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme
Australian Government response to the recommendations of the Senate Community Affairs References Committee report: The social and economic impact of rural wind farms
This fact sheet lists ways that you can support someone with a mental illness to quit smoking.Part of a collection:
This market research report focuses on messages printed on the side of tobacco products.
This market research report helped determine which plain packaging options for tobacco products would be the most effective.
This market research report looked at the effectiveness of plain packaging designs for non-cigarette tobacco products.
This report is about research done on graphic health warnings on tobacco products other than cigarettes.
This market research report focuses on messages printed on the front and back of tobacco products.
This market research report focuses on which tobacco product health warnings needed updating to be more effective.
Australian Government response to the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Family and Community Affairs inquiry into the health status of Indigenous Australians
A number of tobacco companies have voluntarily agreed to provide information about the ingredients in their cigarette products.Part of a collection: