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PreviewIssue DateTitleContributor(s)
-Protocol for the proactive or reactive telephone smoking cessation support (PORTSSS) trialUniversity of Nottingham; University College London; Institute for Social Marketing; Socio-Management; University of Glasgow; University of Nottingham
-Dead cert or long shot: The utility of social marketing in tackling problem gambling in the UK?University of Stirling; Institute for Social Marketing
-Assessing the impact of smoking cessation services on reducing health inequalities in England: observational studyInstitute for Social Marketing; University of Bath; University of Edinburgh
-Reputation, relationships, risk communication, and the role of trust in the prevention and control of communicable disease: A reviewInstitute for Social Marketing; Institute for Social Marketing; Institute for Social Marketing
-The meaning, effectiveness and future of social marketingInstitute for Social Marketing; Institute for Social Marketing; Institute for Social Marketing
-Development and evaluation of a mass media Theory of Planned Behaviour intervention to reduce speedingInstitute for Social Marketing; University of Strathclyde; Institute for Social Marketing; Institute for Social Marketing
-AIDS publicity: Some experiences from ScotlandInstitute for Social Marketing; University of Strathclyde; University of Strathclyde
-Smoking prevalence and smoking cessation services for pregnant women in ScotlandInstitute for Social Marketing; Institute for Social Marketing; Institute for Social Marketing; Institute for Social Marketing; University of Glasgow; NHS National Services Scotland
-The experiences of young oral cancer patients in Scotland: symptom recognition and delays in seeking professional helpNHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde; University of Bath; Institute for Social Marketing; University of Birmingham; King's College London
-Evolutions in food marketing, quantifying the impact, and policy implicationsInstitute for Social Marketing