GFN 2017 Programme
Thursday, 15 June 2017
Global Forum on Nicotine
13:00 - 17:00
Lecture: Presentations will include one by Mr Hon Lik
14:00 - 17:00
International Network of Nicotine Consumer Organisations - general meeting Video
14:30 - 17:00
Private seminar on Nicotine Regulation
18:15 - 19:30
Michael Russell Memorial Oration 2017 & Presentation of the INNCO Advocates of the Year Awards 2017
Introduction
Pat O’Hare
UK
Lecture
Ethan Nadelmann
US
Response
Alex Wodak
Australia
20:00 - 12:00:00 PM
Sphinx Restaurant
GFN Social Event
Friday, 16 June 2017
8:15 - 9:15
Registration
9:15 - 11:00
Official Opening & Science Plenary 1
Chair
Dave Sweanor
Canada
Welcome
9:15 - 11:00
Plenary 1: New nicotine products: health and population effects
Chair
Linda Bauld
UK
Presenter
Peter Lee
UK
The health effects of snus: a review of the evidence
PDF Video
Presenter
Lion Shahab
UK
Toxicant and carcinogen exposure in nicotine replacement therapy and e-cigarettes users compared with smokers and never smokers
Video
Presenter
Konstantinos Farsalinos
Greece
Toxicant exposure: a comparison between e-cigarettes and heat not burn technology
PDF Video
Presenter
Moira Gilchrist
Switzerland
Heated tobacco technology: science, behavior and avoiding unintended consequences
PDF Video
11:00 - 11:30
Break
11:30 - 13:00
Science Parallel 1: Novel methods for research into lower risk products Video
Chair
Riccardo Polosa
Italy
Presenter
Tom Kirchner
US
Nicotine replacement meets smoking displacement: Novel methods to understand dual-use of e-cigarettes and cigarettes.
PDF Video
Presenter
Kevin McGirr
US
Tobacco intervention for persons with serious mental illness: what works?
PDF Video
Presenter
Justyna Lipowicz
Poland
‘Image is everything’, the influence of media on the perception of the e-cigarette industry in Poland in 2016 (+ Full PDF Report)
PDF Video
Presenter
Amelia Howard
Canada
Using the tobacco industry’s past to control the vaping industry’s future
PDF Video
Presenter
Thomas McGrath
Switzerland
What is combustion?
PDF Video
11:30 - 13:00
Policy, Advocacy & Practice Parallel 1: International policy and advocacy issues
Chair
Charles Hamshaw-Thomas
UK
Presenter
Jeannie Cameron
UK
FCTC 5.3, what does it mean for you?
PDF Video
Presenter
Judy Gibson
UK
Consumers and WHO COP7: challenges in establishing an international consumer organisation
PDF Video
Presenter
Atakan Befrits
Sweden
Lost in translation: why Swedes don’t like to talk about ‘harm reduction’
PDF Video
Presenter
John Boley
Australia
The lexicography of harm reduction
PDF Video
Presenter
Deborah Arnott
UK
The UK: post the EU TPD and pre-Brexit
PDF Video
Presenter
Gerry Stimson
UK
Challenging a bad law: the EU ban on the sale of snus
PDF Video
13:00 - 14:15
Break: Lunch Break
13:30 - 14:15
Science posters - meet the poster presenters
14:00 - 15:30
Science Parallel 2: Lower risk products in practice
Chair
Joe Gitchell
US
Presenter
Richard Holliday
UK
Dental professionals’ opinions towards smoking cessation and e-cigarettes: a UK survey
Presenter
Catherine Kimber
UK
Cigalikes vs tank systems: effects on smoking reduction, self-reported satisfaction, cravings and withdrawal relief
PDF Video
Presenter
Joanna Miler
UK
Vapers helping smokers: cascading the benefits of e-cigarettes
PDF Video
Presenter
Caitlin Notley
UK
The unique contribution of e-cigarettes for avoiding relapse to smoking – consumer experiences of quitting, switching, dual using, and ‘permissive lapse’ on the path to maintaining abstinence
PDF Video
Presenter
Louise Ross
UK
The first ecig-friendly stop smoking service: what we achieved in 3 years
PDF Video
14:00 - 15:30
Policy, Advocacy & Practice Parallel 2: Addressing problems and finding creative responses
Chair
Jessica Harding
UK
Presenter
Marina Foltea
Switzerland
Banning e-vapour products: implications under international trade rules
PDF Video
Presenter
Rajesh N. Sharan
India
Tobacco and the prospects for harm reduction in India
PDF Video
Presenter
Gillian Golden
Ireland
A snapshot of tobacco harm reduction in Ireland
PDF Video
Presenter
Solomon Rataemane
South Africa
Developing tobacco harm reduction in South Africa
PDF Video
Presenter
Nancy Sutthoff
New Zealand
How New Zealand shifted its policy on nicotine products
PDF Video
Presenter
Colin Mendelsohn
Australia
Nicotine, the TGA and a missed opportunity in Australia
PDF Video
15:30 - 16:00
Break
16:00 - 17:30
Panel Discussion: Nicotine futures - the tobacco industry and public health
Moderator
Martin Cawley
UK
Presenter
Dave Sweanor
Canada
The tobacco industry and public health: engagement or opposition?
Responder
Cynthia Cabrera
US
Responder
David O’Reilly
UK
Responder
Alex Wodak
Australia
Responder
Julie Woessner
US
17:30 - 19:00
Networking Reception
Drinks and canapes
Saturday, 17 June 2017
9:30 - 11:00
Policy Plenary 1: Difference and diversity: tobacco harm reduction in different contexts
Chair
Martin Dockrell
UK
Presenter
Helen Redmond
US
Mental health, nicotine use and e-cigarettes
Video
Presenter
Ron Borland
Australia
Trying to understand the rapidly emerging vaping culture: findings from the ITC project.
PDF Video
Presenter
Lars Ramstrom
Sweden
50 years of increasing snus use in Swedish men – impact on smoking and public health
PDF Video
Presenter
Linda Bauld
UK
E-cigarette use during pregnancy
PDF Video
11:00 - 11:30
Break
11:30 - 13:00
Science Plenary 2: Nicotine - past, present and future
Chair
Sarah Jakes
UK
Presenter
Neal Benowitz
US
Harms and risks of nicotine? Implications for tobacco harm reduction
PDF Video
Presenter
Eric Donny
US
Reducing nicotine in cigarettes to enable positive behaviour change
PDF Video
Presenter
Michael Hufford
US
Can you believe that they used to smoke it? The future of recreational and therapeutic nicotine consumption.
PDF Video
Discussant
Sharon Cox
UK
13:00 - 14:00
Lunch Break
14:00 - 15:30
Policy Plenary 2: Regulatory models and hurdles: navigating the regulatory maze
Chair
Attila Danko
Australia
Presenter
Peter Beckett
UK
Why regulate?
PDF
Presenter
Patricia Kovacevic
US
Legal remedies in the United States – challenging the FDA
Video
Presenter
Cecilia Kindstrand-Isaksson
Sweden
Are regulations fit for purpose? Borderline and novel products, markets and consumers
PDF Video
Presenter
Clive Bates
UK
What would good regulation look like?
PDF Video
15:30 - 15:45
Break
Chair
Dave Sweanor
Canada
Chair of GFN
Rapporteur
Harry Shapiro
UK
Conference Rapporteur
Video
Observations
Joe Gitchell
UK
Observations
Olivier Théraulaz
Switzerland
Observations
Louise Ross
UK

Organisers

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