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24 février 2015

Nouvelles sur le tabagisme de Stop-tabac.ch
Préparées par Jean-François Etter
Le 24 Février 2015


- Suisse: Nouvelle campagne: sans tabac - 'Je suis plus fort'
- Berne lutte contre la clope avec des messages positifs
- Tabac - Forte suspicion de fraude
- E-cigarettes: methodological and ideological issues and research priorities
- Social sciences suffer from severe publication bias
- Chattez avec un médecin tabacologue

Suisse: Nouvelle campagne: sans tabac - 'Je suis plus fort'

Tribune de Genève - L'Office fédéral de la santé publique a lancé lundi 16.02.2015 sa nouvelle campagne contre le tabagisme.

Je suis plus fort, Je suis plus forte. C'est avec ce slogan que la Confédération a lancé ce lundi 16 février sa nouvelle campagne contre le tabagisme. Affiches, annonces et spots publicitaires vont déferler sur la Suisse. Lire la suite...:

http://www.tdg.ch/suisse/nouvelle-campagne-tabac-fort/story/13309337 (17 02 2015)
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Berne lutte contre la clope avec des messages positifs

24 Heures - Les nouveaux spots antitabac font appel à la confiance en soi. Trop gentils et un peu inutiles, selon certains milieux de la prévention. Lire la suite

http://www.24heures.ch/suisse/nouvelle-campagne-tabac-fort/story/17987806 (17 02 2015)
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Tabac - Forte suspicion de fraude

Deux études de l'Université de Zurich financées par Philip Morris seraient entachées d'erreurs, selon OxyRomandie. La haute école fait appel à un expert externe. Lire la Suite :

http://www.lecourrier.ch/127694/forte_suspicion_de_fraude (17 02 2015)
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E-cigarettes: methodological and ideological issues and research priorities

Cigarette combustion, rather than either tobacco or nicotine, is the cause of a public health disaster. Fortunately, several new technologies that vaporize nicotine or tobacco, and may make cigarettes obsolete, have recently appeared. Research priorities include the effects of vaporizers on smoking cessation and initiation, their safety and toxicity, use by non-smokers, dual use of vaporizers and cigarettes, passive vaping, renormalization of smoking, and the development of messages that effectively communicate the continuum of risk for tobacco and nicotine products. A major difficulty is that we are chasing a moving target. New products constantly appear, and research results are often obsolete by the time they are published. Vaporizers do not need to be safe, only safer than cigarettes. However, harm reduction principles are often misunderstood or rejected. In the context of a fierce ideological debate, and major investments by the tobacco industry, it is crucial that independent researchers provide regulators and the public with evidence-based guidance. The methodological and ideological hurdles on this path are discussed in this commentary.

http://www.biomedcentral.com/1741-7015/13/32

E-cigarettes: methodological and ideological issues and research priorities

Jean-François Etter

BMC Medicine 2015, 13:32 doi:10.1186/s12916-014-0264-5 (17 02 2015)
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Social sciences suffer from severe publication bias

Nature News - Masses of experimental results lie unpublished in social scientists' file drawers, potentially skewing the reliability of those that do get into print.

When an experiment fails to produce an interesting effect, researchers often shelve the data and move on to another problem. But withholding null results skews the literature in a field, and is a particular worry for clinical medicine and the social sciences. Read more:...

http://www.nature.com/news/social-sciences-suffer-from-severe-publication-bias-1.15787 (02 09 2014)
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