Webinar program 2018

WEBINAR SERIES: Autumn 2018

Supporting Low and Middle Income Countries in the Establishment of Tobacco Surveillance Systems
in Line With the Article 20
Oct 12, UTC 12:00
BUILDING A SUSTAINABLE TOBACCO CONTROL MONITORING AND SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM

Ms. Hanna Ollila, WHO FCTC Secretariat’s Knowledge Hub on Surveillance
Title: Supporting the implementation of Article 20

Dr. Jeffrey Drope, American Cancer Society
Title: Building a Sustainable Tobacco Control Monitoring and Surveillance System


Oct 26, UTC 12:00
MONITORING OF TOBACCO USE AND EXPOSURE AND THE CONSEQUENCES OF TOBACCO CONSUMPTION

Dr. Corinne Graffunder, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Title: U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Global Tobacco Surveillance System: Status and future directions

Ms. Jane Henley, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Title: Monitoring the health consequences of tobacco use


Nov 9, UTC 12:00
MONITORING OF TOBACCO CONTROL POLICIES

Prof. 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


Nov 23, UTC 12:00
PROMOTING SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH ON TOBACCO USE AND TOBACCO CONTROL

Prof. Linda Bauld, University of Edinburgh
Title: Building Capacity for Tobacco Control Research in Low and Middle Income Countries: The Global Challenges Research Fund Tobacco Control Capacity Programme

Ms. Mona Johnson, SRNT University
Title: Introduction to SRNT University


Dec 5, UTC 10:00
PREVENTING TOBACCO INDUSTRY INTERFERENCE IN MONITORING AND RESEARCH

Atty. Deborah Sy, Global Center for Good Governance in Tobacco Control (GGTC), WHO FCTC Secretariat’s Knowledge Hub on Article 5.3

Prof. Heikki Hiilamo, University of Helsinki
Title: Tracking tobacco industry attempts to influence scientific record: evidence from research relating to FCTC demand reduction measures


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.