Day 3 (16 June)




09.00 - 10.45

Treating tobacco dependence: European Guidelines (merged symposia)

Plenary room 1 - Auditorium

Chair 1: Lucia Gorreto Lopez

Vidal Barchilon: Treating tobacco dependence: guidance for primary care on life-saving interventions. Position statement of the IPCRG International Primary Care Respiratory Group

Lucia Gorreto: Pocket guide to smoking cessation treatment (semFYC)S

Francisco Camarelles: Ten years from the PESCE Project:  General Practitioners and the Economics of Smoking Cessation

Constantine Vardavas: ENSP eLearning and guidelines for Smoking Cessation

09.00 - 10.45

SHS exposure: Oral Presentations

Room 3 - Green room

Chair 1: Xisca Sureda
Chair 2: Ute Mons

Thomas Zandonai: Nicotine in sports: past, present and future

Matthew Philpott: Tobaccofree Sports Stadia: European Policies and Guidance

Allesandra Lugo: Second-hand smoke exposure in private and public places in Italy: data from the TackSHS pan-European survey

Marina Demi: Attitudes of the Greek Public towards the implementation of the smoking ban law

Giulia Carreras: Burden of disease due to second-hand smoke exposure: a systematic review within the TackSHS project

Pierre Gilbert Bizel: Smoke free environment policies at municipal level in Wallonia : orienting vulnerable populations

Xisca Sureda: Outdoor hospitality venues: A real challenge for tobacco control policies

Marcela Fu: Do European smokers opt for partial or total bans on smoking in homes and cars? Findings from the ITC 6 European country survey (EUREST-PLUS PROJECT)

09.00 - 10.30

WORKSHOP: How to inform policy- and decision-makers about evidence-based tobacco policy

Room 5 - Grey room

09.00 - 12.00

Workshop ASH USA - Using Human Rights arguments and frameworks to advance tobacco control, a practical approach

Room 2 - Yellow room

Attendance only by pre-registration here

Workshop Organizer: Action on Smoking and Health, Washington, DC
Estimated workshop time: 3 hours

Pre-registration required – Maximum 30 places

The aim of the workshop is to increase the capacity of tobacco control advocates from the European Region on how to use human rights arguments and human rights treaties to further their tobacco control goals. Participants will be trained on how to incorporate human rights approaches into their long-term strategy and program of work, build collaborations with human rights experts, and engage directly with their national governments and regional and global Human Rights Bodies.

10.45 - 11.15

Coffee break & Posters

11.15 - 12. 30

Cessation 2: Oral Presentations

Room 3 - Green room

Chair 1: Antigona Trofor
Chair 2: Rodrigo Cordoba

Otto Stoyka: Firsts results and effectiveness National Smoking cessation service in Ukraine

Regina Dalmau: Smoking cessation after acute myocardial infarction, is relapse predictable?

Gohar Abelyan: Prerequisites, components and barriers to the implementation of a smoking cessation training course for medical residents in Armenia

Chinara Bekbasarova: Effectiveness evaluation of the National telephone quitline in the Kyrgyz Republic

Tatiana Andreeva: Almost daily smokers: a specific phenomenon or a distinct phase

Olga Speranskaya: Tobacco dependence with an extreme number of cigarettes smoked: clinical and genetic study

11.15 - 12. 30

International tobacco control actions: Oral Presentations

Plenary room 1 - Auditorium

Chair 1: Krzysztof Przewoźniak
Chair 2: Filippos Filippidis

Andrey Demin Report: Tobacco, alcohol and illicit drugs in the Russian Federation: use, impact, sources and control policies

Nino Maglakelidze: Tobacco control in Georgia – key achievements and challenges

Elizabeth Greenhalgh: The great socioeconomic smoking divide: is the gap widening in Australia, and why?

Francisco Camarelles Guillem: Non smoking week. Spanish Society of Family and Community Medicine semFYC

Manfred Neuberger: Austria’s new government: a victory for the tobacco industry and public health disaster?

Sanne Heijndijk: Towards a Smokefree Generation in the Netherlands: From campaign to social movement to an ambition embraced by the government

Osman Altay: Tobacco Control Policies and Practices in Turkey from the Point of Civil Society

12.30 - 13.00