Drug and Alcohol Services SA has produced a draft for public consultation of their new tobacco control strategy. South Australian tobacco control work is guided by several overarching documents that include obligations and strategies for further regulation of smoking in public areas and reducing the harms of second-hand smoke. The primary target within the South Australian tobacco control strategy 2011-2016 is to reduce the percentage of young cigarette smokers by 5.4% from 21.3% in 2009 to 15.9% in 2016. This extends South Australia's Strategic Plan Target 2.1 by two years and requires the same reduction of at least 1% per year starting from 2009.
Abstract adapted from Drug and Alcohol Services SA
The 2011-2012 Queensland drug action plan builds on the longstanding partnerships between health, law enforcement and education sectors, to engage government, non-government organisations and the community in reducing the supply, the demand and the harms associated with drug misuse throughout Queensland.
It focuses on five priority areas:
Queensland Health abstract