It will be some time before we have clear evidence on the long-term harms of vaping, however evidence is emerging about vaping, why teens vape and the health outcomes of vaping.
- Being Gen Vape – The Behaviour Change Collaborative presents exploratory research into what it’s like for today’s teens to be Gen Vape. Research was conducted with Western Australian teenagers in school years 7 to 12, to help provide an understanding of teen vaping behaviour, informed through their lived experience.
- Generation-Vape-Research-Snapshot-flyer.pdf (cancercouncil.com.au) – This snapshot provides the findings so far of the Generation Vape campaign which aims to examine awareness, perceptions, attitudes, knowledge and behaviours of e-cigarettes and tobacco use among young people aged between 14 – 24 years, and parents/carers and teachers and principals. You can also read more about how young people are accessing and using vapes in NSW here.
- Being Gen Vape Recommendations for Interventions – This report details the recommendations arising from the Being Gen Vape report, around developing interventions to address youth vaping.
- Banks E, Yazidjoglou A, Brown S, Nguyen M, Martin M, Beckwith K, Daluwatta A, Campbell S, Joshy G. Electronic cigarettes and health outcomes: systematic review of global evidence. Report for the Australian Department of Health. National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health, Canberra: April 2022.
Byrne S BE, Williams G, Anastasiou KM, Tonkin A, Battams S and Riley MD,. E-cigarettes, smoking and health. A Literature Review Update. Australia: CSIRO; 2018.
- Irusa K, Finkelman M, Magnuson B, Donovan T, Eisen S. A comparison of the caries risk between patients who use vapes or electronic cigarettes and those who do not: A cross-sectional study. Journal of the American Dental Association; December 2022.