Secondhand smoke and aerosols exposure in Europe: pathways to the future
Date: 22nd November 2022 13.00 – 15.00 CET
This is a second Joint Action on Tobacco Control (JATC2) webinar event hosted by the Health Service Executive, Environmental Health Service, (Ireland), and co-organized by the WHO Collaborating Center for Tobacco Control, Catalan Institute of Oncology.
Registration has now opened for this exciting and thought-provoking webinar with interesting speakers and opportunities to hear from colleagues from around the world.
Secondhand smoke and aerosols exposure in Europe: pathways to the future.
A JATC-2 Webinar, co-organized with the Catalan Institute of Oncology/ WHO Collaborating Center for Tobacco Control
Dr. Maurice Mulcahy, Environmental Health Service, Ireland; Prof. Esteve Fernández, Catalan Institute of Oncology, Bellvitge Biomedical Research Institute, CIBER Respiratory Diseases; University of Barcelona; Dr. Renata Solimini, National Centre on Addiction and Doping, Italian National Institute of Health.
Current status of secondhand smoke and secondhand aerosol exposure in Europe
Dr. Silvano Gallus & Dr. Alessandra Lugo, IRCS Istituto di Ricerche Farmacologiche “Mario Negri” IRCCS, Milan, Italy
Exposure to secondhand smoke in open spaces in Europe
Dr. Eli Henderson, Institut d’Investigació Biomèdica Sant Pau, Public Health Agency of Barcelona & Dr. Maria J. López, Public Health Agency of Barcelona, CIBER Epidemiology of Public Health, Spain
Burden of disease attributable to secondhand smoke exposure in Europe
Dr. Giulia Carreras & Dr. Giuseppe Gorini, Center for Oncological Prevention, Florence, Italy
Best practices to tackle secondhand smoke exposure in Europe
Dr. Dolors Carnicer-Pont & Ms. Anna Mar López, Catalan Institute of Oncology, Bellvitge Biomedical Research Institute, CIBER Respiratory Diseases, Barcelona, Spain
Open debate & closing
Dr. Maurice Mulcahy & Prof. Esteve Fernández
About this webinar
Designed to provide a greater understanding and develop collaborations around European tobacco control, you will hear from keynote speakers about global and European progress, enablers and barriers and best practice in this area. This webinar will provide you with an ideal opportunity to learn more about the aims and objectives of JATC2 and what’s next in this area. The webinar is bringing together a full range of stakeholders working in tobacco control to learn, share knowledge and experience.
The objectives for this webinar are as follows:
- To take stock of the current issues in relation to secondhand smoke and secondhand aerosol exposure,
- Share our experiences of enablers and barriers
The webinar will also aim to develop collaborations and to showcase best practice in tackling secondhand smoke in public places and open spaces.