Webinar presentations

WEBINAR SERIES: AUTUMN 2018

Supporting Low and Middle Income Countries in the Establishment of Tobacco Surveillance Systems in Line With the Article 20

12 October 2018

Webinar 1

Building a sustainable tobacco control monitoring and surveillance system

Ms. Hanna Ollila

National Institute for Health and Welfare (THL)
Title: “Supporting the implementation of article 20”
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Dr. Jeffrey Drope

American Cancer Society
Title: “Building a sustainable tobacco control monitoring and surveillance system”

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26 October 2018

Webinar 2

Monitoring of tobacco use and exposure and the consequences of tobacco consumption

Dr. Corinne M. Graffunder

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Title: “U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Global Tobacco Surveillance System: Status and future directions”
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Ms. Jane Henley

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Title: “Monitoring the health consequences of tobacco use”

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9 November 2018

Webinar 3

Monitoring of tobacco control policies

Dr. Geoffrey Fong

University of Waterloo, The International Tobacco Control Policy Evaluation Project
Title: "Evaluating the Impact of FCTC Policies: Findings from the FCTC Impact Assessment and the ITC Project"
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23 November 2018

Webinar 4

Promoting scientific research on tobacco use and tobacco control

Dr. Linda Bauld

University of Edinburgh
Title: “Supporting the implementation of article 20”
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Ms. Mona Johnson

SRNT University
Title: “Introduction to SRNT University”
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5 December 2018

Webinar 5

Preventing tobacco industry interference in monitoring and research

Atty. Deborah Sy

Global Center for Good Governance in Tobacco Control (GGTC)
Title: “Monitoring and Research on Tobacco Industry Interference”
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Dr. Heikki Hiilamo

University of Helsinki
Title: “Tracking tobacco industry attempts to influence scientific record: evidence from research relating to FCTC demand reduction measures”
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This activity is carried out from a grant provided by the Government of Norway, through the Secretariat of the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (WHO FCTC), and from a grant provided by the Finnish Ministry of Social Affairs and Health.