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ASPIRE2025 Webinar Series | Celebration of World Smokefree Day

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ASPIRE 2025 webinar: 1pm-2pm Thursday 28 May 2020

ASPIRE 2025 seminars and webinars address questions that should be of particular interest to people in the public health and smokefree sectors, and others interested in public health policy. Join us online to hear two well-known tobacco control researchers present new evidence on how the tobacco industry is developing and marketing new nicotine products to young people.

Dr Lindsay Robertson, University of Otago, Dunedin, NZ and University of Bath, UK

Regulating new nicotine products: Are tobacco companies’ goals aligned with public health objectives?

Dr Becky Freeman, University of Sydney, Australia

Social media + new nicotine products: A new threat to young people

aspire2025.org.nz for further presenter/presentation details



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ASPIRE seminars, webinars and other events are not open to individuals working with or for any tobacco company, or who are affiliated to the tobacco industry in any way. Nor are they open to any individuals or groups who have interests in or relationships with tobacco companies, including, but not limited to, the Foundation for a Smoke-Free World (FSFW) and FSFW grantees. Please note the additional detail provided below.

“Tobacco industry” refers to: a) any tobacco or tobacco product manufacturer, processor, wholesale distributor, importer, (and specialist tobacco retailers), b) any parent, affiliate, branch, or subsidiary of a tobacco or tobacco product manufacturer, wholesale distributor, importer, ​specialist tobacco retailer, or c) any individual or entity, such as, but not limited to an interest group, think tank, advocacy organization, lawyer, law firm, scientist, lobbyist, public relations and/or advertising agency, business, or foundation, that represents or works to promote the interests of the tobacco industry, or that receives or has received, either directly or indirectly, funding from a tobacco company or companies.

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