The Smoke-Free Homes Network is a collaboration of researchers, healthcare practitioners and third sector partners in Scotland working to find innovative ways to reduce exposure to second-hand smoke in homes.

Scotland leads the way in quantifying SHS in homes with new measurement equipment and has considerable expertise in designing interventions to empower parents to make their homes smoke-free. And some of the largest datasets on household SHS concentrations are currently being generated from research work here. 

Find out more about our work on our site, or get in touch for more information.

Recent news

Learning from Experiences of Advocacy | Smoke-free Homes Network Malaysia Meeting 28 Oct 2020

The SFHNM held its second meeting by Zoom on Wednesday 28 October 2020. Led by the Malaysian team from the Universiti Putra Malaysia and University Malaysia Terengganu, researchers from the University of Stirling were part of the 19 strong network discussing the importance of advocacy and community engagement in tobacco control in Malaysia. Presentations were

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MyFamily MySmoke kick-off

We were pleased to kick-off the MyFamily My Smoke project on Tuesday 9 and Wednesday 10 June. This is a collaboration between the University of Stirling, three Malaysian universities (Universiti Putra Malaysia, Universiti Malaysia Terengganu and International Islamic University of Malaysia) and three NGOs (MyWATCH, FOMCA and the Green Lung Association) to develop capacity in

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Smoke-free homes workshop, 6 February 2020

“Every man has his castle” – Involving fathers in smoke-free homes researchThursday 6th February, 2020 This workshop will see the launch of findings from the CRUK-funded ‘Fathers who smoke and smoke-free homes’ project, which explores fathers’ views and experience of creating and maintaining a smoke-free home. We’re also delighted that our colleague Professor Lorraine Greaves, University

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