Mid-Term Review of the Ten-Year Tobacco Strategy for Northern Ireland: Stakeholder Engagement Report
People in Belfast

The Department of Health undertook a mid-term review of the Strategy with a view to making recommendations for its remaining term. There were three strands to the review including progress reporting on strategy actions, evidence review, and stakeholder engagement. 

This report presents findings relating to stakeholder engagement. 

The stakeholder component of the report was based on three data sources: 

• A workshop with lead implementation stakeholders which included policy and programme leads from the Department of Health and the Public Health Agency (PHA) as well as those with lead roles in service commissioning, management and service provision as well as advocacy and research sectors. 

• An online survey of a wider group of implementation stakeholders. 

• An overview of stakeholder engagement reports developed by the Public Health Agency during the term of the Strategy

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