The third annual E-Cigarette Summit will take place at the Royal Society in London on the 12th November 2015 and will provide an evidence based perspective on the public health issues raised by the growing popularity of e-cigarettes.
Time is running out to register at the Early Bird rate for the forthcoming E-Cigarette Summit –Science, Regulation and Public Health, which will be held at the Royal Society in London on the 12th November. The discounted rate will apply until the 23rd October. If you would like to attend please go to the Summit website.
The last 12 months has seen unprecedented statements from the Public Health community however divisions between academic and public health bodies have never been more polarised or more public.
The E-Cigarette Summit provides a much needed neutral platform to examine the evidence and debate the issues that are dividing scientists, health professionals and policy makers alike.
This year’s e-Cigarette Summit has an unrivaled line-up of speakers representing Public Health agencies, service commissioners and regulatory bodies and provides a unique opportunity to build consensus and help develop informed evidence based policy decisions. The Summit includes high level briefings, followed by open-floor discussions and debates which will allow key questions to be asked and explored in a balanced and objective environment.
To ensure neutrality, the event is solely funded through individual delegate revenues. Sponsorship is not accepted. Click here to book your place.
Confirmed speakers include:
Ann McNeill (Chair Person)
Professor of Tobacco Addiction (UKCTAS)
Prof. David Abrams
Professor The John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Owner, E-cigarette Forum
Director of Public Health, Hertfordshire County Council
CEO, The Royal Society of Public Health (RSPH)
Professor of Health Psychology and Director of Tobacco Studies (CRUK)
Team Leader, Tobacco Control (EU) Department of Health (DoH)
Director, Public Health England (PHE), Alcohol Drugs and Tobacco
TBC – Medicines and Healthcare Regulatory Authority (MHRA)
Chief Executive, Tobacco Free Futures
Professor of Applied Statistics, The Open University
Stop Smoking Services and Tobacco Control Manager, Leicestershire NHS Trust
Professor of Biological Psychology, University of Bristol
Professor of Clinical Psychology, Queen Mary University, London
Senior Researcher, Research Centre for Prevention and Health, Glostrup University
Professor Epidemiology, Director, UKCTAS
Dr Penny Woods
Chief Executive, British Lung Foundation (BLF)
Dr Konstantinos Farsalinos
Researcher, Onassis Caridac Surgery Centre, Greece
Director of the Institute for Internal Medicine, University of Catania
Senior Regulatory Policy Executive, Committee of Advertising Practice (CAP)
Professor of Health Policy, University of Stirling and UKCTAS
Public Health Campaigner/Advocate, Owner of The Counterfactual
Chief Executive Officer, Action on Smoking (ASH)
If you have any questions or would like further information on any aspect of the event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0208 241 2249