Tobacco control and smoking

Black and minority ethnic groups

Smoking prevalence varies between minority ethnic groups but is generally higher than the general population; particularly in Bangladeshi, Irish and Pakistani males. Although health inequalities among minority ethnic groups are influenced by a number of factors, smoking remains one of the biggest causes of inequalities in health. 

Ethnic composition accessing Central Bedfordshire Stop Smoking Service

Ethnic composition accessing Central Bedfordshire Stop Smoking Service, *Includes White Irish and White Other Sources: ONS, 2011Census: Ethnic group (detailed) by local authority - Table QS211EW. Public Health Core Team – Quit Manager

 


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