GFN23: Tobacco harm reduction - the next decade
GFN23 is set to bring you keynote presentations from thought leaders in the field, alongside plenary discussions and more focussed panels. A selection of sessions will have simultaneous translation into Spanish and Russian. Tobacco harm reduction science, policy and advocacy feature prominently, and there will be ample time to network and socialise with colleagues and friends, old and new.
As always, the conference programme is driven by and reflects the latest science and evidence. GFN is proud of its history tackling controversial subjects head on, in respectful debate involving all stakeholders.
In addition to the formal programme, there will be number of themed workshops that precede the conference - including two in Spanish, focussed on Latin American issues. These will take place on Wednesday 21st and Thursday 22nd June. The content and production of each workshop is the responsibility of the organising group, with no input from the conference team. All participants registered for GFN 23 are able to attend any of the workshops.
Main topics for GFN 2023
- Are we climbing or dismantling the wall? Overcoming adversity, getting the message heard
- Who are the legitimate stakeholders in THR?
- The politics of scientific publishing
- Equality of access to THR – barriers and solutions
- 10 years of science in THR
- THR science and regulation – morality and reality
- Nicotine – pleasure, therapy and everything in between
- THR the next decade – challenges and opportunities
Additions to the conference
Recent additions to the conference, including GFN-Fives and the GFN commentary Team broadcasts, streamed on our GFN·TV Youtube channel, will also feature. Brand new for 2023 - there will be a number of themed workshops that precede the conference. These include sessions in Spanish, which will be simultaneously translated into English, plus workshops on barriers to quitting, challenges in LMICs, medicinal licensing, reducing environmental impacts, Harm Reduction in Central Asia, regulation focus on Australia and the Philippines. These will take place on Wednesday 21st and Thursday 22nd June. Visit the programme outline to see them all. The content and production of each workshop is the responsibility of the organising group, with no input from the conference team.
For those unable to make it to Warsaw, selected sections of the programme will be broadcast live, free of charge, with simultaneous English / Spanish and English/Russian translation available online. Recordings of the full proceedings will be posted soon after the event.