Quiz - THR and human rights

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True or false?

1.

Harm reduction is focused on the complete eradication of harmful products or behaviours

2.

By providing information, services and resources, harm reduction aims to facilitate changes in people’s behaviour to reduce the risks they face

3.

A key component of harm reduction is to ensure that people are stigmatised for and ashamed about their behaviour

4.

Under a harm reduction approach, people whose lives are directly affected should have a voice in the development of policies that will impact them

5.

Harm reduction sits at the intersection between public health and human rights

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6.

Select a list containing only items that fall under the definition of safer nicotine products?

Strawberries and cream-flavoured nicotine e-liquid, Swedish-style pasteurised snus, Heated tobacco products

Low-tar tobacco cigarettes, Indian smokeless tobacco products, Shisha

E-cigarettes, Menthol cigarettes, Hookah, snuff

7.

What does FCTC stand for?

Federation of Controllers of Tobacco Companies

Framework on Countering Tobacco Cigarettes

Framework Convention on Tobacco Control

Federal Council of Tobacco Controllers

8.

Which one of these statements accurately reflects the definition of tobacco control according to the WHO FCTC?

“‘tobacco control’ means a range of supply, demand and prohibition strategies that aim to improve the health of a population by eliminating or reducing their consumption of tobacco products and exposure to tobacco smoke."

“‘tobacco control’ means a range of demand reduction, supply disruption and criminalisation strategies that aim to improve the health of a population by eliminating or reducing their consumption of tobacco products and exposure to tobacco smoke.”

“‘tobacco control’ means a range of supply, demand and price determination strategies that aim to improve the health of a population by eliminating or reducing their consumption of tobacco products and exposure to tobacco smoke.”

“‘tobacco control’ means a range of supply, demand and harm reduction strategies that aim to improve the health of a population by eliminating or reducing their consumption of tobacco products and exposure to tobacco smoke.”

9.

Which of the following is NOT among the principal pillars of tobacco harm reduction:

prevention of initiation

smoking cessation

protection from environmental tobacco smoke

minimisation of the net damage to health associated with the use of tobacco products

stigmatisation of tobacco use

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