ASH reports provide detailed reviews of the latest evidence on a range of health topics. Submissions include responses to consultations and other inquiries.
Reaching Out: Tobacco control and stop smoking services in local authorities in England, 2021
This report presents findings from the eighth annual ASH/CRUK survey of tobacco control leads in local authorities in England. It explores both the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and current efforts to reduce the inequalities that define the smoking epidemic in England.
10 high impact actions for local authorities and their partners
Local authorities are at the frontline of national efforts to achieve the goal of Smokefree 2030. This short guide has been published to support members and officers in local authorities and their partners in the NHS and civil society to sustain and renew their commitment to this goal.
ASH runs a range of webinars, providing up-to-date information and resources on tobacco control and public health. Webinars are recorded and available to watch here.
Building partnerships to implement the NHS Long Term Plan
The webinar focuses on the importance of building effective partnerships between NHS and local authority services to support comprehensive implementation of the Long Term Plan tobacco treatment dependence pathway.
Read our fact sheets on the topics of tobacco's effect on health, tobacco regulation and the latest tobacco-related statistics.
Use of e-cigarettes among adults in Great Britain
This fact sheet analyses how behaviour and attitudes to e-cigarettes among adults aged 18 and over have changed over time.
ASH Briefings provide supporting evidence for a range of tobacco control measures.
Public support for Government action on tobacco in Great Britain
Results of the 2023 ASH Smokefree survey.
Evidence into practice: Motivating quitting through behaviour change communications
This evidence into practice briefing is a guide for local authorities and NHS organisations about how to use communications to motivate smokers to change their behaviour. It is designed to help localities to embed their communications activity in a broader approach to tobacco control designed to drive down smoking prevalence, with case studies to provide examples of good practice at local and regional level.