The Global Network Implementation Concept is a systematic approach that combines evidence-based standards with a process of self-audit to support sustained commitment and continuous improvement.
The Global Standards, which were reviewed in 2015, address key elements known to be important in achieving outcomes for tobacco control and smoking cessation. Each standard is supported by implementation criteria (specific structures and processes) to help guide health services in achieving implementation and monitoring progress.
Follow the links below to learn more about the standards.
For resources to support implementation, visit the Member Resource Centre.