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Determining the Impact of Smoking Point of Sale Legislation Among Youth (DISPLAY) Study

Project title: Determining the Impact of Smoking Point of Sale Legislation Among Youth (DISPLAY) Study

Call to action: 10/3000 10/3000 PHR Researcher Led - Oct 2010 RFBoard

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Professor Sally HawORCID logo

Lead Author: Professor Sally HawORCID logo

Contractor: University of Stirling

Cost: £1,372,817.67

Co-investigators: Dr Winfried Van der Sluijs, Mr Douglas EadieORCID logo, Ms Anne Marie MacKintoshORCID logo, Professor Amanda AmosORCID logo, Professor Candace Currie, Professor Jamie PearceORCID logo, Professor John Frank.

Started: January 2012 | Status: Published January 2020

Point-of-sale legislation was successful in reducing overall visibility of tobacco products and smoking initiation in young people, however, cues that tobacco is for sale are still visible, particularly in areas of deprivation.

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