ENSP Sessions at ECToH 2017

ENSP members and partners present at ECToH 2017, Porto

ENSP looks forward to a number of high-level sessions with presentations by ENSP members and partners at the European Conference on Tobacco or Health (ECTOH) Porto, Portugal – 23-25 March 2017. ENSP members also present their work at several parallel sessions, poster sessions and presentations throughout the conference. Please see the full program.

ENSP Sessions:
  • ENSP Projects – Science And Research For Tobacco Control (23.03.2017 / 14.30 -15.30 / ROOM C) Chairs: Dr. Francisco Rodriguez Lozano & Cornel Radu-Loghin
    Equipt – European Study On Quantifying Utility Of Investment In Protecting From Tobacco (FP7) Subhash Pokhrel & Hein De Vries
    TackSHS – Tackling Secondhand Tobacco Smoke And E-Cigarette Emissions: Exposure Assessment, Novel Interventions, Impact On Lung Diseases And Economic Burden In Diverse European Populations – (Horizon2020) Esteve Fernandez
    TOB-G – Tobacco Cessation Guidelines For High Risk Groups (Public Health Programme) Panagiotis Behrakis
    SILNE-R – Enhancing The Effectiveness Of Strategies To Prevent Smoking In Adolescents (Horizon2020) Anton Kunst
    EUREST PLUS – European Regulatory Science On Tobacco: Policy Implementation To Reduce Lung Diseases (Horizon2020) Constantine Vardavas
  • Young People And Tobacco Consumption (23.03.2017 / 17.15 – 18.45 / ROOM D Room D) Chairs: Florin Mihaltan & Niels Them Kjaer
    European Cooperation For An ENSP Youth Tobacco Control Network, Jan Peloza
    Could Tobacco Control Policies Reduce Socioeconomic Inequalities In Youth Smoking? Results From The SILNE-R Project, Anton Kunst
    US-Europe Knowledge Transfer – CTFK’s Work In The US Mobilizing Youth, Joshua Abrams
    Tobacco Ads Promotion To Children At The Point Of Sale In Georgia, George Bakhturidze
    Teachers Against Tobacco For A Smoke Free Sweden In 2025, Ingrid Talu
  • Implementing WHO-FCTC Art.14: Time To Prioritise Tobacco Dependence And Treatment (24.03.2017 / 14.30 -15.30 / ROOM B) Chair Prof. Panagiotis BEHRAKIS (Greece) & Krzysztof PRZEWOŹNIAK (Poland)
    Setting The WHO Context For FCTC Article 14, Dongbo Fu
    Global Perspective On FCTC Article 14, Katie Kemper
    Why Is Tobacco Treatment Is A Priority, Emma Croghan
    Smokers’ Visits To Health Care Providers, And Likelihood Of Receiving Advice To Quit Across 20
    Countries Of The ITC Project, Geoffrey Fong
    Experiences From Co-Operation Between Finland And Kyrgyzstan In Developing Tobacco Cessation In Central Asia, Patrick Sandstrom
    European Tobacco Dependence Treatment Guidelines, Including For Priority Groups, Constantine Vardavas


Submitted by: Andrea Glahn, 14 February 2017