National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE)
- PH48 Smoking: acute, maternity and mental health services
- PH45 Smoking: harm reduction
- Innovative ways to support smokers requiring nicotine management in a mental health organisation
- NICE and Public Health England have published updated guidelines for health practitioners and stop smoking services on the best ways to help people quit smoking
Public Health England
- Smoking cessation in secure mental health settings: guidance for commissioners
- Introducing self-assessment for NICE guidance smoking cessation in secondary care: mental health settings (PH48)
- NICE guidance smoking cessation in secondary care in mental health settings: self-assessment tool
- Smokefree mental health services in England: implementation document for providers of mental health services
- Use of e-cigarettes in public places and workplaces: advice to inform evidence-based policy making
- Tobacco-free NHS Case Studies– the journey for one London trust
- How one mental health Trust in Leicestershire is using e-cigarettes as a tool to go smokefree
National Centre for Smoking Cessation
- Smoking Cessation and Mental Health: A briefing for front-line staff
- National Centre for Smoking Cessation and Training in partnership with Public Health England
- National Centre for Smoking Cessation and Training: The National Centre for Smoking Cessation and Training (NCSCT) is a social enterprise committed to support the delivery of effective evidence-based tobacco control programmes and smoking cessation interventions provided by local stop smoking services and has a range of helpful resources.
Care Quality Commission
Department of Health and Social Care
- Towards a smoke-free generation: tobacco control plan for England. Outlining plans to reduce smoking in England, with the aim of creating a smoke-free generation.
Office for National Statistics
ASH- The Stolen Years: a report by ASH, endorsed by 27 health and mental health organisations, sets out recommendations for how smoking rates for people with a mental health condition could be dramatically reduced- The Stolen Years
The Mental Health and Smoking Partnership
The Partnership was established in 2016 following the publication of The Stolen Years report. Its aim is to bring together organisations committed to improving the health and lives of people with a mental health condition through achieving the report’s ambitions.
e-Learning for Healthcare (E-LFH)
Developing a new e-learning programme to better enable providers to train their staff to confidently and effectively provide Very Brief Advice on Smoking and Alcohol Identification and Brief Advice to their patients.