The 5th annual E-Cigarette Summit was held at the Royal Society in London on Friday 17th November 2017. Linda Bauld, Robert West and several other members of the UKCTAS network presented their research at the event to a large audience of other scientists, policy makers, medical and public health professionals and e-cigarette stakeholders. The presentations included the latest evidence on the safety of e-cigarettes for users and bystanders, usage in young people and non-smokers, advertising and marketing, use in public places and the conflicts arising from the tobacco industry’s dual corporate ownership of tobacco harm reduction products and cigarettes.
To view the slides from each presentation and the full list of videos click here.
Robert West (University College London) & Linda Bauld (University of Stirling):
Lion Shahab (University College London) & Jamie Hartmann-Boyce (University of Oxford):
Deborah Arnott (ASH) & Martin Dockrell (Public Health England):