September 17 - 19, 2020
20th annual conference from the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco
September 2-4, 2020
The Asia Pacific Conference on Tobacco or Health (APACT 2020) provides an opportunity for health professionals from around the world to collaborate on smoking/tobacco-related health issues.
March 11-14, 2020
New Orleans, Louisiana
SRNT’s Annual Meeting provides an excellent opportunity for attendees of all backgrounds to participate in a high-caliber discussion of research in the field of nicotine and tobacco research.
April 24-29, 2020
San Diego, California
This annual meeting covers the latest discoveries across the cancer research field. It touches on everything from population science and prevention to cancer biology, translational research, and clinical studies.
May 4, 2020
The 2020 E-Cigarette Summit USA provides an evidence-based environment to encourage respectful dialogue on current science and public health topics, with the goal of reducing smoking-related death and disease.
May 7-8, 2020
FDLI aims to address complex legal, regulatory, compliance, and policy issues in all facets of the FDA-regulated landscape. Congregating stakeholders and experts from multiple interlinking sectors, the conference offers in-depth discussions and analyses on a wide variety of timely topics.
June 11-13, 2020
The theme for GFN 20 is ‘Nicotine: science, ethics and human rights.’ The conference will examine advances in the science of nicotine alongside related ethical and moral issues. Discussions will pay particular attention to human rights concerns relevant to consumers and those who advocate for the right to health.
November 14, 2019
After one year of programming, the Agricultural Transformation Initiative (ATI) will convene its second annual Agricultural Transformation Summit. Focusing on the theme of inclusive agricultural science, technology, and innovation, the event seeks to encourage knowledge sharing and idea generation to drive transformation in Malawi.
October 11, 2018
The Economist Corporate Network in Hong Kong is hosting an executive breakfast forum that looks at how lessons from industrial disruption apply both to business in Asia as well as to creating a healthier Asia.
October 2, 2018
Boston, Massachusetts, USA
This symposium aimed to address the issues associated with private sector-academic public health collaborations with the goal of developing best practices to maximize benefits and limit pitfalls.
October 2, 2018
For the first time, The Global State of Tobacco Harm Reduction Report (GSTHR) mapped the global, regional and national availability and use of safer nicotine products, the regulatory responses to these products, and the public health potential of tobacco harm reduction.
December 4-5, 2018
Recognizing that the Foundation’s mission entails an accelerated decline in global tobacco demand, the Foundation’s Malawi-based Agricultural Transformation Initiative (ATI) will support efforts to develop and diversify Malawi’s tobacco-dominated economy, lessening traditional reliance on the tobacco sector.
November 13, 2018
The Foundation for a Smoke-Free World convened a stakeholder meeting in London to discuss the rationale for the creation of the Foundation; progress made during the first year in health, science, and technology; in the industry sector; and in the agricultural sector; and immediate plans to further our progress.
Over half of polled physicians incorrectly believe #nicotine causes cancer. Jed Rose, co-inventor of the nicotine patch, explained what’s driving these misperceptions at last year’s 15 years conference. A @16YearsFCTC conference is coming this summer. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y6-OXgEgqPs
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The Biden-Harris Administration reaffirms their commitment to “follow the science” by releasing their statement on drug policy. It’s encouraging that “enhancing evidence-based #harmreduction efforts” is a priority.
.@SteveForbesCEO discusses #ecigarettes versus combustible cigarettes, where the facts lineup and what anti-vapers are getting wrong. “The facts are on the side of e-cigarettes. For unfathomable reasons, vaping has been equated with regular tobacco smoking-the opposite is true.”
This Friday episode of What's Ahead looks at the various pressure groups and public health officials who are battling against e-cigarettes https://www.forbes.com/sites/steveforbes/2021/03/19/e-cigarettes-vs-tobacco-and-what-anti-vapers-are-getting-wrong/?utm_source=twitter_video&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=forbes
17 countries are signatories to the @FCTCofficial and have governments that own 10% or more of at least one #tobacco company. Daniel Malan examines the conflicts of interest and offers potential solutions in the Contradictions and Conflicts report: https://www.smokefreeworld.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/Contradictions-and-Conflicts-FINAL-V2.pdf
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