11:30 - 13:00 PARALLEL 2Science Track: Clinical and real world contexts for reduced harm nicotine products
Chair: tbc (tbc)
Presenter Dr Richard Holliday (UK) - E-cigarettes for smoking cessation within healthcare settings: patients’ perceptions and research feasibility.
Presenter Dr Thomas Brandon (USA) - Using the balanced placebo trial design for parsing nicotine administration effects
Presenter Karolien Adriaens (Belgium) - Experimental trial on the effectiveness of heat-not-burn cigarettes compared to e-cigarettes and regular tobacco cigarettes: Effects on acute craving, withdrawal, positive and negative experiences
Presenter Associate Professor Daniel Frings (UK) - How do vaping ads and anti-smoking messages affect attitudes towards both e-cigarettes and tobacco held by smokers, vapers, dual users and non-smokers?
Presenter Christelle Haziza (Switzerland) - Changes in Biological and Functional Markers after 6 months, in 3 Populations: IQOS Users, Continued Smokers, and Smoking Abstinence
Presenter Karl Lund (Norway) - Perceptions of relative risk between cigarettes and snus, e-cigarettes and NRT-products