Tobacco Coalition

Tobacco Coalition

The Tobacco Coalition was set up in 2004 to enable stakeholders from government and non-government sectors to work together to:

The Tobacco Control Coalition has two working groups  relating to Smoke Free Young People and Smoke Free Pregnancies.

Membership

The Tobacco Coalition is made up of stakeholders with broad expertise in tobacco issues who can guide and inform the development of strategies to address smoking in Tasmania.

Member includes representatives from:

  • Advocacy Tasmania
  • Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs Council
  • Asthma Foundation
  • Australasian Chapter of Addiction Medicine
  • Cancer Council Tasmania
  • Department of Health and Ageing
  • Department of Health and Human Services
  • Drug Education Network
  • Heart Foundation
  • Local Government Association
  • Pharmaceutical Society of Tasmania
  • Smoke Free Tasmania
  • Tasmanian Chronic Disease Prevention Alliance
  • Tasmanian Medicare Local
  • Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre
  • University of Tasmania/Menzies Research Institute of Tasmania