E-Cigarettes: An evidence update

Unsure about vaping? Come to this free event to hear Dr Lynne Dawkins present the most up to date evidence on risks and benefits of e-cigarette use

About this event

Time: All day
Event Name E-Cigarettes: An evidence update
Start Date 14th Nov 2018 6:00pm
End Date 14th Nov 2018 7:00pm
Duration 1 hour
Description

Hosted by the Centre for Addictive Behaviours and London South bank University, comes an evidence update on the use of E-Cigarettes.

Following her successful public lecture on E-Cigarettes in 2013 Dr Lynne Dawkins will re-visit the subject of e-cigarettes and vaping, drawing on the most recent evidence and updates since 2013. She will describe the development in e-cigarette technology and current regulation and then bring the audience up to date with the latest research on usage patterns, smoking cessation and safety issues, addressing some of the common myths held around e-cigarettes and vaping.

Who should attend?

  • GPs, medics, health-care workers/professionals
  • Charities or NGOs working in public health
  • Civil servants, MPs
  • Public health workers/professionals
  • e-cigarette manufacturers/distributers
  • smokers, vapers, or anyone with an interest in e-cigarettes/vaping and smoking.

Why Attend?

  • Find about about the most up to date research on e-cigarettes
  • Hear the facts distinguished from myths
  • Gain insight into reduced risk products for the future
  • Have your questions answered by a leading UK e-cigarette researcher

Lynne will be introduced by Ann McNeill, Professor of Tobacco Addiction at the National Addiction Centre, Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (IoPPN), King’s College London.