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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander tobacco control audit tools and protocol

Posted on: 8 August, 2016
Issue: Vol 16 No 3, July 2016 – September 2016
Related to Continuous quality improvement (CQI) Policies Tobacco use

Menzies School of Health Research (2016)
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander tobacco control audit tools and protocol
Brisbane: One21seventy

This resource package was developed to provide support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander primary health care organisations and other health services to reduce smoking both within the organisation as well as for the clients served by the organisation.

The resource package contains a number of audit tools and protocols designed to assist a range of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health services to assess their tobacco control policies and programs against best practice, identify priorities for improvement, and monitor progress.

Content covered by the tool resource templates to assess:

  • smoking outcomes of clients
  • smoking cessation support given to clients
  • smoke-free spaces within the organisation
  • social marketing activities engaged in
  • workplace policies on tobacco control.

The tool was developed by the staff of the Tobacco Control Research Program and One21seventy at Menzies School of Health Research.

For the full suite of Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) resources and services, see the links below to the One21Seventy website.

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