13 JUNE 2019

Satellite

Foyer

Registration

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Syrena+Wawel

Open to all:

Demystifying modelling: what can modellers tell us about the potential population level health impact of safer nicotine products?

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Thaddaeus Hannel

Modeling the impact of smokeless tobacco modified-risk claims on population health

Thaddaeus Hannel

David Levy

Modeling the potential impact of favorable e-cigarette policies

David Levy

Geoffrey M. Curtin

Modeling the population impact of snus with modified-risk claims using a cohort population model

Geoffrey M. Curtin

Oscar Camacho

Modeling the effect of a new tobacco product using a system dynamics model

Oscar Camacho

Saul Shiffman

A non-technical introduction to population modeling

Saul Shiffman

Ray Niaura

Ray Niaura

Kometa

International Network of Nicotine Consumer Organisations General Assembly

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Formed in June 2017, INNCO is the collective voice for 33 nicotine consumer organisations in thirty one countries across six continents who each recognise that there are safer ways to enjoy nicotine consumption than tobacco smoking. INNCO aims to represent the views of consumers in promoting safer use of nicotine and to advocate for effective and proportionate regulation of safer nicotine products and their use. This includes engagement with international health, regulatory and public health organisations concerned with nicotine consumption, to assure that consumers are effectively and equally represented as stakeholders.

BallroomEF

Integrating tobacco harm reduction into everyday healthcare practice

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The aim of the meeting is to network and share experiences and resources about tobacco harm reduction, safer nicotine products, smoking cessation, nursing and health care practice, healthcare education, and health, healthcare education and tobacco control policy. Nurses, health care workers and any interested GFN participants are warmly invited to attend.

Foyer

Lunch Break

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BallroomCDEF

International Symposium on Nicotine Technology (ISoNTech)

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The nicotine delivery landscape is rapidly changing. ISoNTech has been designed in response to this, to showcase the latest technological advances in alternative nicotine delivery systems, next generation devices, and the science behind them. Given some concerns expressed about the new products, it is also important that we showcase the measures employed to test and assure quality control in their manufacture and regulation.
Developers, manufactures and distributors are invited to demonstrate new products and discuss their design and development. The aim is to present a wide range of alternative delivery systems, including e-cigarettes, heat-not-burn and oral tobaccos, as well as ancillary technologies involved. ISoNTech 19 will take place on 13 June 2019, within a dedicated exhibition area, adjacent to GFN19

See detailed ISoNTech programme here

Baltic

GFN film festival previews

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13 JUNE 2019

Satellite: Consumer Advocacy Alignment Meeting

Kometa

PART 1:

Don’t get mad, get even. Learning from successful and experienced advocates; how can this inform our work for COP9?

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Eveline Hondius

Presenter

Eveline Hondius

Kim Dabelstein Petersen

Presenter

Kim Dabelstein Petersen

Fiona Patten

Presenter

Fiona Patten

David Sweanor

Presenter

David Sweanor

Clive Bates

Presenter

Clive Bates

Martin Cullip

Chair

Martin Cullip

Kometa

PART 2:

Establishing regional networks. What are the benefits and challenges of setting up regional nicotine consumer group networks?

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Nancy Loucas

Presenter

Nancy Loucas

Tomás O'Gorman

Presenter

Tomás O'Gorman

Joseph Magero

Presenter

Joseph Magero

Kometa

PART 3:

Mainstreaming THR. Is there a place for tobacco harm reduction in the broader harm reduction field?

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Harry Shapiro

Presenter

Harry Shapiro

Atakan Befrits

Presenter

Atakan Befrits

Kometa

PART 4:

Tools of the trade

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Norbert “Zillatron” Schmidt

Total Harm Risk Metric - How to get the whole picture of statistics at a glance

Norbert “Zillatron” Schmidt

Charles Yates

Vape it Forward campaign

Charles Yates

13 JUNE 2019

Satelite - Part 2

Syrena+Wawel

Open to all:

Polish Vaping Market (EN + PL)

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This meeting will examine the current state of the Polish vaping market, the threats and opportunities it faces. It will then review the effects of implementing the TPD with regards to registration procedures and advertising constraints. The final part of the meeting will introduce a new vaping association being now formed in Poland.
Katarzyna Myrcha

Reklama, zakazy
Advertising & bans

Katarzyna Myrcha

Michał Giec

Zasady obrotu płynami do elektronicznych papierosów. Kluczowe aspekty prawne zarządzania produktem na rynku
The rules for trading e-liquids. The key l…

Michał Giec

Przemysław Bobiński

Polski rynek - Trendy i zarys statystyczny rynku. Szanse, zagrożenia, branża dziś i w jutro
Polish market - trends and statistics. Opportunities, thr…

Przemysław Bobiński

Przemysław Bobiński

Opening

Przemysław Bobiński

Foyer

Coffee Break

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13 JUNE 2019

GFN

BallroomCDEF

Oration & Awards:

Michael Russell Oration 2019 and Presentation of Awards 2019

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Marewa Glover

Presentation of the Michael Russell Award

Marewa Glover

Julie Woessner

Presentation of the INNCO Awards

Julie Woessner

Ronald Dworkin

Interests and Ideology in Harm Reduction

Ronald Dworkin

Gerry Stimson

Gerry Stimson

Sphinx Restaurant

GFN Social Event

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14 JUNE 2019

GFN - Part 2

BallroomCDEF

Film Festival:

GFN Opening & Film Festival introduction

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Aaron Biebert

Film Festival Introduction

Aaron Biebert

David Sweanor

Opening

David Sweanor

BallroomCDEF

Science Plenary:

It's time to talk about nicotine

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Samrat Chowdhery

Consumer respondent

Samrat Chowdhery

Peter Hajek

Using nicotine to help people stop smoking

Peter Hajek

Neal Benowitz

Long term effects of nicotine

Neal Benowitz

Lynne Dawkins

Beneficial effects of nicotine – fact or fiction?

Lynne Dawkins

Caitlin Notley

Caitlin Notley

Foyer

Coffee Break

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BallroomC

Parallel 1:

Reaching the 'hard to reach': innovative approaches for vulnerable populations

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Will Godfrey

Uniting the harm reduction movements

Will Godfrey

Pasquale Caponnetto

Role of a new generation electronic cigarette on smoking displacement in smokers with schizophrenia spectrum disorders: a prospective 3-month feasibi…

Pasquale Caponnetto

Allan Tyler

Observations and experiences from a feasibility study providing ecigarettes for smoking cessation in homeless services

Allan Tyler

Florian Scheibein

A 3-month ENDS-based intervention with people accessing Irish homeless services: efficacy, challenges and opportunities

Florian Scheibein

Abby Hunter

Electronic cigarettes in pregnancy: a qualitative study exploring midwives and health visitors attitudes, knowledge and behaviour

Abby Hunter

Helen Redmond

Quit or Get Evicted: how the smoking ban in New York City Public Housing harms the most vulnerable smokers

Helen Redmond

Suely Castro

Suely Castro

BallroomD

Parallel 2:

Country experiences: international perspectives in tobacco harm reduction

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Asa Saligupta

Thailand: total ban - truth and consequences

Asa Saligupta

Adebisi Yusuff Adebayo

Baseline assessment of knowledge, attitude and perception of smokers and non-smokers in Nigeria regarding tobacco harm reduction strategies

Adebisi Yusuff Adebayo

Alex Wodak

The switch2vaping campaign to raise awareness of vaping in Australia

Alex Wodak

Chimwemwe Ngoma

Learn tobacco, reduce harm: the THR Malawi project

Chimwemwe Ngoma

Jason Adamson

A cross-sectional survey to assess tobacco and nicotine product use behaviour in Japan

Jason Adamson

Hiroya Kumamaru

Update of Current Japanese Status of Tobacco Harm Reduction

Hiroya Kumamaru

Nancy Loucas

Nancy Loucas

BallroomEF

Parallel 3:

Regulation of nicotine

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Gene Gillman

The history and challenges faced by the CORESTA EVAP sub-group in developing testing standards for e-liquids and e-aerosols.

Gene Gillman

Michal Dobrajc

Regulation of e-cigarettes in Germany and other EU countries: differences, obstacles, solutions

Michal Dobrajc

Marina Foltea

A ban on Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems: step one into the World Trade Organization discrimination analysis

Marina Foltea

Lukasz Gruszczynski

Taming the Schrödinger cat: e-cigarettes under the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control

Lukasz Gruszczynski

Patricia Kovacevic

USA regulation of ENDS

Patricia Kovacevic

Peter Beckett

Peter Beckett

Baltic

Film Festival:

Film Festival - The Turnaround in New Zealand

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Aaron Biebert

Panel Discussion: The New Zealand Turnaround

Aaron Biebert

Rebecca Ruwhiu-Collins

Indigenous Māori Women Disrupting Tobacco Control

Rebecca Ruwhiu-Collins

Marewa Glover

Tiakina Wāhine Hapū - Nurture Women in Pregnancy

Marewa Glover

Aaron Biebert

Smoking in NZ

Aaron Biebert

Aaron Biebert

Aaron Biebert

Hall-Floor2

Lunch Break

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BallroomC

Parallel 4:

Science of safer products: health effects of alternative nicotine products

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Mihaela Raescu

The effect of switching from smoking to other alternative of non-combustible tobacco products on oral health

Mihaela Raescu

Annette Dalrymple

Potential cosmetic and social benefits for e-cigarette and tobacco heating product consumers

Annette Dalrymple

Sayar Abdulkhakov

Evaluation of tobacco heating system during in vitro and clinical studies

Sayar Abdulkhakov

Robert Philibert

DNA Methylation at cg05575921 is a highly sensitive and quantitative measure of reduction of harm for smoking cessation

Robert Philibert

Aleksei Trofimov

Recovering the body immune system after quitting smoking. Is it influenced by using e-cigarettes?

Aleksei Trofimov

Massimo Caruso

Electronic cigarette liquids inhibit pathogenic bacteria growth in vitro

Massimo Caruso

Sandra Costigan

Sandra Costigan

BallroomD

Parallel 5:

Beliefs and practices: new evidence on real world use of electronic cigarettes

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Konstantinos Farsalinos

Changes from 2017-18 in e-cigarette use and ever marijuana use in e-cigarettes according to smoking status and frequency of use among US adolescents:…

Konstantinos Farsalinos

Roberto Sussman

Misinformation on environmental vapor in peer reviewed literature: a scientific critique

Roberto Sussman

Sarah Gentry

Reported patterns of vaping to support long term abstinence from smoking – 1-year follow-up survey

Sarah Gentry

Karolien Adriaens

The effects of implementing the electronic cigarette in the standard quit-smoking treatment by tobacco counselors in Belgium

Karolien Adriaens

Christopher Russell

Factors associated with past 30-day abstinence from cigarette smoking in a non-probabilistic sample of 15,456 adult established current smokers in th…

Christopher Russell

Emma Ward

Vapers’ perspectives on partnerships between healthcare professionals and the vaping community/industry to support smoking abstinence

Emma Ward

Pooja Patwardhan

Pooja Patwardhan

BallroomEF

Parallel 6:

At the front line - what do consumers need? Panel discussion

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Spike Babaian

Panelist

Spike Babaian

Zhenyi Zhou

Panelist

Zhenyi Zhou

Ángeles Muntadas-Prim

Panelist

Ángeles Muntadas-Prim

Clarisse Virgino

Panelist

Clarisse Virgino

James Dunworth

Panelist

James Dunworth

Andy Morrison

Chair

Andy Morrison

Baltic

Film Festival:

Film Festival - Nicotine Around the World

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Aaron Biebert

Panel Discussion: You Don’t Know Nicotine Producers

Aaron Biebert

Aaron Biebert

"You Don’t Know Nicotine" - Exclusive Sneak Peek

Aaron Biebert

Andrew Thompson

Tobacco Harm Reduction Messages Targeted to Smokers

Andrew Thompson

Aaron Biebert

Smoking in Lebanon, Russia, & Brasil

Aaron Biebert

Bengt Wiberg

Snus as a proven method of tobacco harm reduction

Bengt Wiberg

Kellie Ann RN

The Point

Kellie Ann RN

Marcelo Martinez

Generational Habit

Marcelo Martinez

Aaron Biebert

Aaron Biebert

Foyer

Coffee Break

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Debate:

Funding matters

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David Abrams

Panelist

David Abrams

Moira Gilchrist

Panelist

Moira Gilchrist

Marewa Glover

Panelist

Marewa Glover

Roberto Sussman

Panelist

Roberto Sussman

Clive Bates

Panelist

Clive Bates

David MacKintosh

Moderator

David MacKintosh

Foyer

Time to eat, relax and enjoy networking

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15 JUNE 2019

GFN - Part 3

BallroomCDEF

Policy Plenary:

Safer nicotine products and vulnerable and hard to reach populations

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Rebecca Ruwhiu-Collins

Indigenous Māori solutions: people focused not service delivery

Rebecca Ruwhiu-Collins

Deborah Robson

Substance use treatment populations and safer nicotine products

Deborah Robson

Sarah Pratt

Innovative approaches to address tobacco dependence in smokers with serious mental illness

Sarah Pratt

Sharon Cox

Smoking and homelessness: there is a will, but is there a way?

Sharon Cox

Kevin McGirr

Kevin McGirr

BallroomCDEF

Science Plenary:

Pushing the pace: emergent evidence in nicotine science

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Maciej Goniewicz

Environmental exposure to emissions from emerging nicotine delivery devices

Marewa Glover

Nicotine use in pregnancy

Marewa Glover

Brad Rodu

Scaremongering and scientific evidence: what you might not know about American smokeless tobacco

Brad Rodu

Riccardo Polosa

Resurrecting rigour in tobacco harm reduction research

Riccardo Polosa

Sharon Cox

Sharon Cox

Lunch Break

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BallroomCDEF

Debate:

If it's time to talk about nicotine - what have we missed?

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Gregory Conley

Panelist

Gregory Conley

Cecilia Kindstrand-Isaksson

Panelist

Cecilia Kindstrand-Isaksson

Saul Shiffman

Panelist

Saul Shiffman

Fiona Patten

Panelist

Fiona Patten

Clive Bates

Moderator

Clive Bates

Foyer

Coffee Break

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BallroomCDEF

Session:

Closing Session

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Grace Wong

Reflections

Grace Wong

Uche Olatunji

Reflections

Uche Olatunji

Sairah Salim-Sartoni

Reflections

Sairah Salim-Sartoni

Will Godfrey

Rapporteur

Will Godfrey

Terry Barnes

Rapporteur

Terry Barnes

David Sweanor

Chair

David Sweanor