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European Network of Smoke-free Hospitals & Maternity Services

ENSH was created in 1996 and its goal is to promote the policy of smoke-free hospitals in Europe, whilst demonstrating the importance of taking into consideration the problem of tobacco addiction. The basic criterion of a smoke-free hospital is a smoke-free environment to protect non-smokers: no smoking anywhere in the hospital, inside or outside. In addition, a smoke-free hospital also provides active support for smokers in their quitting process.


ENSH Presentation 2004

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ENSH Report 2003-2005

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ENSH Report 2002-2003

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ENSP 1997-2008. Neither the European Commission, the Executive Agency for Health and Consumers
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