Panel Discussion & Q&A: What would a “Comprehensive Tobacco Control Plan” look like

Time: 9:40 am - 10:10 am

Date: May 17 2022

may-17-2022 09:40 may-17-2022 10:10 Europe/London Panel Discussion & Q&A: What would a “Comprehensive Tobacco Control Plan” look like

Has the US lost sight of the harm continuum, are we following the science Can the US still implement a comprehensive tobacco control plan? Is dual use a failure of public health, the product or both? Is the current strategy either protecting children or helping adults, is anyone happy?

The E-Cigarette Summit USA
  • Has the US lost sight of the harm continuum, are we following the science
  • Can the US still implement a comprehensive tobacco control plan?
  • Is dual use a failure of public health, the product or both?
  • Is the current strategy either protecting children or helping adults, is anyone happy?

Chair

  • Prof Robin Mermelstein Distinguished Professor of Psychology and IHRP Director - University of Illinois, Chicago

Session Responder

  • Prof Scott Sherman Professor of Population Health, Medicine and Psychiatry - NYU Grossman School of Medicine

Speakers

  • Prof David L. Ashley Ph.D RADM (retired) US Public Health Service: Research Professor - School of Public Health - Georgia State University
  • Prof Neal L. Benowitz MD Professor of Medicine Emeritus (Active) - University of California, San Franciso
  • Prof Peter Hajek Professor of Clinical Psychology & Director of the Tobacco Dependence Research Unit - Wolfson Institute of Public Health, Queen Mary University of London
  • Dr Jamie Hartmann-Boyce Associate Professor and Editor, Cochrane Tobacco Addiction Group - Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, University of Oxford
  • Andy Hyland Scientific Principal Investigator, NIH/FDA PATH Study - Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center

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