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09 décembre 2014

La newsletter de stop-tabac: les sujets clés de l?actualité mondiale sur le tabagisme

Sélection réalisée par Jean-François Etter

Le 9 décembre 2014

- E-cigarette summit 2014: les présentations sont visibles online
- Les chercheurs suisses à la pointe en matière de publications scientifiques
- Electronic Cigarettes Are Effective for Smoking Cessation: Evidence From a Systematic Review and Meta-analysis
- How Has the Availability of Snus Influenced Cigarette Smoking in Norway?
- 7 Killer Ways to Connect with your Audience During a Speech
- Chattez avec un médecin tabacologue


E-cigarette summit 2014: les présentations sont visibles online

The E-Cigarette Summit 2014 took place on November 13th 2014 at London's Royal Society. We present here most of the videos and the three panel debates, all chaired by the wonderful Professor Ann McNeill of the Institute of Psychiatry, London.

Speakers:

Professor Robert West, Professor Linda Bauld, Professor David Sweanor, Deborah Arnott, Professor Peter Hajek, Professor Riccardo Polosa, Profs Harrison and McFiggans, Dr Konstantinos Farsalinos, Dr Scott Steedman, Alan Depauw, Martin Dockrell, Gray and Cheeseman, Professor Jean Francois Etter, Clive Bates, Louise Ross and Lorien Jollye

See all presentations and Powerpoints:

http://vaping.com/ecigsummit2014?_ga=1.255984907.1801308642.1361900678

Powerpoints:
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ktis00soz0klcvp/AAB53ZD72mrplD3hsddOrpRPa?dl=0

VIDEOs

http://vaping.com/ecigsummit2014?_ga=1.52444840.1818190438.1417534962 (02 12 2014)
(09 12 2014)


Les chercheurs suisses à la pointe en matière de publications scientifiques

(Le Matin)- Si l'on pondère le nombre de publications par habitant, la Suisse prend la tête du classement avec 3,6 publications par an pour 1000 habitants, suivie de la Finlande (3,3), de la Suède (3,1) et des Pays-Bas (3,1). Les Etats-Unis, le pays qui publie le plus (28,2% du total mondial), occupent le 11e rang, avec 2,1 publications par an pour 1000 habitants. Lire la suite...

http://www.lematin.ch/sante/sciences/chercheurs-suisses-pointe-matiere-publications/story/20819692 (01 12 2014)
(09 12 2014)


Electronic Cigarettes Are Effective for Smoking Cessation: Evidence From a Systematic Review and Meta-analysis

Methods: A systematic review of articles in English of any publication date was conducted

Conclusions: In conclusion, available literature suggests that the use of e-cigarettes may be an effective alternate smoking cessation method. Further research is required to investigate this among both genders

Circulation. 2014; 130: A14945

http://m.circ.ahajournals.org/content/130/Suppl_2/A14945.short (08 12 2014)
(09 12 2014)


How Has the Availability of Snus Influenced Cigarette Smoking in Norway?

Abstract

: Background: In Norway, low-nitrosamine smokeless tobacco (snus) is allowed to compete with cigarettes for market share. We aimed to study how the availability of snus influenced overall tobacco consumption, smoking initiation and smoking cessation. We discuss whether the Norwegian experience with snus can have any transfer value for e-cigarettes.

Methods: We analysed consumption data from registered and unregistered supply sources of tobacco. We calculated quit-smoking ratios across snus use status in nine datasets comprising a total of 19,269 ever-smokers. Trends in snus use and smoking were derived from time-series of annual; cross-sectional; nationally representative surveys for the period 19852013.

Results: The market share for snus increased from 4% in 1985 to 28% in 2012, but overall tobacco consumption decreased by 20.3% over this same period. Snus was the most common method for smoking cessation. Compared with smokers with no experience of using snus, the quit ratio for smoking was significantly higher for daily snus users in seven of the nine datasets analysed. Among young male adults, the prevalence of smoking (daily + occasional) was reduced from 50% in 1985 to 21% in 2013. Over the same period, use of snus increased from 9% to 33%. This negative correlation (r = ?0.900, p < 0.001) was also observed among young females (r = ?0.811, p < 0.001), but the trend shift in tobacco preferences occurred some years later.

Conclusions: The experience with snus in Norway might indicate what will happen when alternative nicotine productsare allowed to compete with cigarettes in the nicotine market.

http://www.mdpi.com/1660-4601/11/11/11705/htm

Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2014, 11(11), 11705-11717; doi:10.3390/ijerph111111705 (21 11 2014)
(09 12 2014)


7 Killer Ways to Connect with your Audience During a Speech

How to deliver a good speech -- how to actually make a connection with your audience members:

http://www.dumblittleman.com/2014/01/7-killer-ways-to-connect-with-your.html (16 01 2014)
(09 12 2014)



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