GFN 2019 poster presentations

Friday, 14 June 2019
List of posters
9:00 - 17:00
GFN: Poster session - all posters and video posters to be presented on 14 and 15 June
Foyer
Meet the poster presenters during lunch breaks on Friday (14 June) and Saturday (15 June)
Poster #1
Yusuff Adebayo Adebisi
Nigeria
Knowledge, attitude and perception of medical students in Cambodia toward the no smoking in public places policy
Authors
Adebisi, Yusuff Adebayo (1,3); Vory, SoPanha (2)
Affiliation
1: University of Ibadan, Nigeria; 2: University of Puthisasthra, Cambodia; 3: Global Health Focus Africa
Poster #2
Korina Atsopardi
Greece
Comparative health study among smokers, vapers and former smokers in Achaia region, Greece
Authors
Barampatis, Nikolaos (1); Lagoumintzis, George (1); Mesiakaris, Konstantinos (1); Atsopardi, Korina (1); Farsalinos, Konstantinos (1); Poulas, Konstantinos (1,2)
Affiliation
1: Department of Pharmacy, University of Patras, Greece; 2: NOSMOKE.TEAM, Institute for Research and Innovation, Patras Science Park, Patras, Greece
Poster #3
Atakan Erik Befrits
Sweden
Dramatic rise in casual vaping on top of snus use in Swedish youth generated low regular vaping levels and coincided with 50%-66% drops in smoking 2014-2018
Authors
Befrits, Atakan Erik (1); Phillips, Carl V. (2); Burstyn, Igor (3)
Affiliation
1: Independent advocate; 2: Independent Associate Professor; 3: Drexel University Associate Professor
Poster #4
Helene Berg
Norway
Survey on vaping and smoking cessation
Authors
Berg, Helene
Affiliation
Norwegian Union of Vapers, Norway
Poster #5
Patryk Bębenek
Poland
Dual-users among adolescents in Poland. Prevalence of use of electronic cigarettes and classic cigarettes among youth in technical colleges and high schools
Authors
Bębenek, Patryk; Gawron, Michał; Sobczak, Andrzej
Affiliation
Śląski Uniwersytet Medyczny w Katowicach, Poland
Poster #6
Smilja Djurdjevic
Switzerland
Population health impact model web application
Authors
Djurdjevic, Smilja; Baker, Gizelle; Weitkunat, Rolf; Martin, Florian
Affiliation
Phillip Morris International, Switzerland
Poster #7
Blair Evans
United States of America
An open-label clinical trial to evaluate selected constituents in the exhaled breath and room air after the use of ENDS products and conventional cigarettes under conditions of residential, office and hospitality environments
Authors
Evans, Blair (1); Heraldez, Daniel (1); Salapatek, Anne Marie (2)
Affiliation
1: JUUL Labs, Inc., San Francisco, USA; 2: Inflamax, Ontario, Canada
Poster #8
Loyse Felber Medlin
Switzerland
A multicenter, multiregional study on biological and functional changes in healthy adult smokers during one year of continuous smoking abstinence
Authors
Felber Medlin, Loyse; Tran, Cam Tuan; Ng, Wee Teck; Lama, Nicola; Taranu, Brindusa; Pierri, Elena; Picavet, Patrick; Baker, Gizelle; Haziza, Christelle
Affiliation
Philip Morris Products SA, Switzerland
Poster #9
Marianna Danuta Gaca
United Kingdom
Application of next generation in vitro approaches for the assessment of e-cigarettes
Authors
Gaca, Marianna Danuta; Lowe, Frazer; Minet, Emmanuel; Thorne, David; Breheny, Damien
Affiliation
British American Tobacco, United Kingdom
Poster #10
Arise Galil
BIO Brazil
Brief and late smoking cessation between smokers with multi-morbidities
Authors
Galil, Arise G. de Siqueira (1); Andrade, Barbara Any B. Bottaro (1); Gusmão, Mariana Muniz (1); Mello, Marcella Melquiades (1); Gomes, Arthur da Silva (1); Araujo, Luane Rabello (1); Santos, Paula Britto R. (1,2); Bastos, Marcus Gomes (1,2); Banhato, Eliane Ferreira Carvalho (1)
Affiliation
1: Public University of Juiz de Fora, Brazil; 2: IMEPEN Foundation, Juiz de Fora, Brazil
Poster #11
Nicholas I. Goldenson
United States of America
Flavored JUUL use and smoking cessation among adult smokers
Authors
Goldenson, Nicholas I.; Prakash, Shivaani; Vose, Joshua G.; Augustson, Erik M.
Affiliation
JUUL Labs, Inc. United States of America
Poster #12
Jessica Harding
United Kingdom
Raising awareness about switching to vaping: the New Nicotine Alliance and the VApril campaign
Authors
Harding, Jessica; Jakes, Sarah; Cullip, Martin; Evans, Bernice; MacKintosh, David; Molloy, Kevin; Ross, Louise; Costall, Paddy; Stimson, Gerry
Affiliation
New Nicotine Alliance, United Kingdom
Poster #13
Linsey Haswell
United Kingdom
Reversibility of in vitro biological effects in cigarette smoke-exposed 3D lung tissues following switching to an e-cigarette
Authors
Haswell, Linsey; Cheung, Emma; Jaunky, Tomasz; Santopietro, Simone; Baxter, Andrew; Thorne, David; Minet, Emmanuel; Breheny, Damien; Gaca, Marianna
Affiliation
British American Tobacco, United Kingdom
Poster #14
Daniel Heraldez
United States of America
Characterizing puff topography after switching for 15 Days from combusted cigarettes to the nicotine salt pod system
Authors
Evans, Blair (1); Heraldez, Daniel (1); Botts, David (2); Rose, Jed (2)
Affiliation
1: JUUL Labs, Inc., San Francisco, USA; 2: Rose Research Center, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA
Poster #15
Abby Hunter
BIO United Kingdom
Identifying research priorities for electronic cigarettes: A James Lind Alliance Priority Setting Partnership
Authors
Hunter, Abby (1); Cooper, Sue (1); Ussher, Michael (2); Ross, Louise (3); Morrison, Andy (4); Agrawal, Sanjay (5); Hill, Chris (1); Jobarteh, Jane (6); Adams, Lisa (7); Stimson, Carrie (8); Lewis, Julian (8); Glover, Carmen (8); Gronlund, Toto (9)
Affiliation
1: University of Nottingham, United Kingdom; 2: St George's, University of London, United Kingdom; 3: Stop Smoking Service, Leicester City Council, United Kingdom; 4: New Nicotine Alliance, United Kingdom; 5: University Hospitals of Leicester, United Kingdom; 6: Public Health England, East Midlands, United Kingdom; 7: University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust, United Kingdom; 8: Patient representative, Nottingham, United Kingdom; 9: James Lind Alliance, University of Southampton, United Kingdom
Poster #16
Joshua Jones
United Kingdom
A cross-category puffing topography, mouth level exposure and consumption study among Italian users of tobacco and nicotine products
Authors
Jones, Joshua; Slayford, Sandra; Gray, Adam; Brick, Kathyrn; Prasad, Krishna; Proctor, Christopher
Affiliation
British American Tobacco, United Kingdom
Poster #17
Leon Kosmider
United States of America
Characterization of free base nicotine yield from eliquids
Authors
Kosmider, Leon (1,2); Gholap, Vinit (1); Halquist, Matthew (1)
Affiliation
1: Virginia Commonwealth University, School of Pharmacy, Department of Pharmaceutics, Richmond, VA, United States.; 2: Virginia Commonwealth University, School of Pharmacy, Department of Pharmaceutics and Center for the Study of Tobacco Products, Richmond, VA, United StateS
Poster #18
Terushige Kubota
Japan
Patterns of use behaviors in Japanese novel tobacco vapor product users
Authors
Kubota, Terushige; Minami, Naoki; Kimura, Yuki; Kakehi, Aoi
Affiliation
Japan tobacco Inc., JT Bldg., 2-2-1, Toranomon, Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-8422, JAPAN
Poster #19
Peter Langer
Switzerland
Prevalence and patterns of tobacco product use after the launch of a heat-not-burn alternative in Japan: results of a repeated cross-sectional survey
Authors
Langer, Peter; Prieto, Luis; Rousseau, Carine; Formey, Aurelie; Skiada, Dimitra; Afolalu, Esther; Sponsiello, Zheng; Fischer, Karina; Baker, Gizelle; Weitkunat, Rolf
Affiliation
Philip Morris International, Switzerland
Poster #20
Trevor McGaughey
Switzerland
Understanding general population attitudes toward harm reduction and smoke-free products: analysis and findings from a multi-country opinion research study
Authors
McGaughey, Trevor
Affiliation
Philip Morris International, Switzerland
Poster #21
Heneage Johnathon Mitchell
Thailand
Funding advocacy: when is my enemy my friend?
Authors
Mitchell, Heneage Johnathon
Affiliation
factasia, Hong Kong
Poster #22
Caitlin Notley
BIO United Kingdom
An evaluation of smokefree policy implementation for a UK NHS Mental Health Trust
Authors
Notley, Caitlin
Affiliation
University of East Anglia, United Kingdom
Poster #23
Caitlin Notley
BIO United Kingdom
Developing an e-cigarette ontology
Authors
Notley, Caitlin (1); West, Robert (2); Hastings, Janna (3); Cox, Sharon (4)
Affiliation
1: University of East Anglia, United Kingdom; 2: University College London; 3: Cambridge University; 4: London South Bank University
Poster #24
Grant O'Connell
United Kingdom
Perceptions of the relative harm of electronic cigarettes compared with smoking in the USA: analysis of the population assessment of tobacco and health study data, (PATH), 2013-2016
Authors
O'Connell, Grant; Walele, Tanvir; Cahours, Xavier; Thompson, Joseph; Verron, Thomas
Affiliation
Imperial Brands, United Kingdom
Poster #25
Krishna Prasad
United Kingdom
Development of bridging guidelines to aid risk assessment of next-generation tobacco and nicotine product variants
Authors
Prasad, Krishna; Lowe, Frazer; Jones, Joshua; Slayford, Sandra; Proctor, Christopher
Affiliation
British American Tobacco, United Kingdom
Poster #26
Lars Ramström
Sweden
Differences between causes of death with respect to proportion attributable to tobacco: gender- and region-specific patterns.
Authors
Ramström, Lars
Affiliation
Institute for Tobacco Studies, Sweden
Poster #27
Sebastien Roux
France
Lessons from an inter-laboratory study to determinate the best method measurement of nicotine delivery and other compounds from electronic cigarette emissions
Authors
Roux, Sebastien (1); Dautzenberg, Bertrand (2); Megel, Nicole (3); Cinquin, Jacques (4)
Affiliation
1: CRIVAPE, France; 2: AP-HP Pitié Salpêtrière, France; 3: GAIATREND, France; 4: VDLV, France
Poster #28
Sebastien Roux
France
Characterization of e-liquids used in electronic cigarette and aerosols produced
Authors
Roux, Sebastien; Fetter, Marie
Affiliation
CRIVAPE, France
Poster #29
Sebastien Roux
France
Nicotine delivery: performance and stability of aerosols of various e-cigarettes
Authors
Roux, Sebastien; Fetter, Marie; Leonard, Simon; Michel, Stephanie
Affiliation
CRIVAPE, France
Poster #30
Christopher Russell
BIO United Kingdom
Prevalence of awareness and use of JUUL e-cigarettes, e-cigarettes and combustible cigarettes in a national probability sample of US adolescents aged 13-17 years
Authors
Russell, Christopher (1); McKeganey, Neil (1); Fleury, Christopher (2); McPetrie, Linda (2)
Affiliation
1: Centre for Substance Use Research, United Kingdom; 2: IPSOS
Poster #31
Christopher Russell
BIO United Kingdom
US adolescents' interest in using e-cigarettes in flavors marketed and not marketed by JUUL
Authors
Russell, Christopher; McKeganey, Neil; Haseen, Farhana; Hamilton-Barclay, Tiffany
Affiliation
Centre for Substance Use Research, United Kingdom
Video Poster #32
Norbert Schmidt
BIO Germany
Gateway matrix remodelled - introducing the Total Harm Risk Metric
Authors
Schmidt, Norbert Zillatron; Hallermann, Marc
Affiliation
Interessengemeinschaft E-Dampfen e.V. (IG-ED), Germany
Poster #34
Saul Shiffman
BIO United States of America
Comparisons of dependence on e-cigarettes and cigarettes: data from three waves of the U.S. population assessment of tobacco and health study
Authors
Shiffman, Saul (1); Sembower, Mark (2)
Affiliation
1: Pinney Associates, United States of America; 2: University of Pittsburgh
VideoPoster #35
Nancy Sutthoff
BIO New Zealand
Regional collaboration - information sharing, support and education
Authors
Sutthoff, Nancy (1,2,3)
Affiliation
1: Aotearoa Vapers Community Advocacy (AVCA NZ); 2: International Network of Nicotine Consumer Organisations (INNCO); 3: Paraclete Associates Limited (PAL NZ)
Poster #36
Joe Thompson
United Kingdom
Scientific research and product standards: building trust in the e-vapour category
Authors
Thompson, Joe
Affiliation
Imperial Brands, United Kingdom
Video Poster #37
Andrew Thompson
BIO Australia
Tobacco harm reduction messages targeted to smokers
Authors
Thompson, Andrew
Affiliation
Citizen advocate, Australia
Poster #38
Aleksei V. Trofimov
Russian Federation
Cardiointerval diagnostics for smokers and vapers. Are there any differences?
Authors
Berdnikova, Nadezda G. (1,2); Menshov, Valerii A. (2); Trofimov, Aleksei V. (2); Yablonskaya, Olga I. (2)
Affiliation
1: I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University; 2: Emanuel Institute of Biochemical Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences
Poster #39
Bengt Wiberg
Sweden
The journey of a sorry MBA in a dentist chair who became an unintentional inventor and patented a method that could considerably ease smoking cessation world-wide and from there on to the path of global THR advocacy
Authors
Wiberg, Bengt
Affiliation
1 EUforsnus and B-O Wiberg Solutions AB
Poster #40
Julie Woessner
BIO United States of America
Vaping: consumer-driven innovation
Authors
Woessner, Julie Tillman
Affiliation
CASAA, United States of America
Poster #41
Grace Wong
BIO New Zealand
New Zealand nurses’ perceptions of the use of e-cigarettes for smoking cessation
Authors
Wong, Grace (1); Glover, Marewa (2)
Affiliation
1: AUT, New Zealand; 2: Massey University
VideoPoster #42
Bengt Wiberg
Sweden
Can Swedish snus help reduce harm globally?
Authors
Wiberg, Bengt
Affiliation
B-O Wiberg Solutions AB, Sweden
Poster #43
Kunitaka Yoshida
Japan
Toxicological evaluation of tobacco vapor and combustible cigarette smoke using 3D reconstructed human airway tissue
Authors
Yoshida, Kunitaka; Kurachi, Takeshi; Ishikawa, Shinkichi
Affiliation
Scientific Product Assessment Center, R&D Group, Japan Tobacco Inc., Japan

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