The latest updates on our primary care research and teaching.
12 September 2017
GPs are comparatively less likely to intervene and offer stop-smoking support to cancer patients, than they are to people diagnosed with coronary heart disease.
7 September 2017
A new set of research priorities to support tobacco control will help ensure future research provides the greatest benefit to public health and value for money, according to an international group led by Oxford University researchers.
28 June 2017
Existing digital technologies must be exploited to enable a paradigm shift in current healthcare delivery which focuses on tests, treatments and targets rather than the therapeutic benefits of empathy.
27 April 2017
New evidence finds standardised cigarette packaging may reduce the number of people who smoke as UK legislation bans the use of branding on all cigarette packets from May 2017.
16 December 2016
Reducing sugar content of high and mid sugar drinks is likely to have the greatest impact on health, with fewer cases of obesity, diabetes and tooth decay.
1 July 2016
Crowds gathered to discuss the latest evidence on smoking cessation and share their own experiences.
15 June 2016
Department research communications recognised at this year's OxTALENT awards.
24 February 2016
The Cochrane Tobacco Addiction Group (TAG) are surveying researchers, health professionals and the public to identify the unanswered questions about the prevention and treatment of tobacco addiction.