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10 mars 2015

Nouvelles sur le tabagisme de Stop-tabac.ch
Préparées par Jean-François Etter
Le 10 Mars 2015


- E - cigarette en France - Résultats enquête Inpes 2014
- Tabac: un arrêt brutal peut vous faire friser la démence
- Geneva - Spring School of Global Health - 1-6 June 2015
- The Tobacco Endgame A critique of policy proposals aimed at ending tobacco use
- China drives explosion in e-cigarette patents
- Chattez avec un médecin tabacologue

E - cigarette en France - Résultats enquête Inpes 2014

En conclusion, on peut donc considérer que 0,9% des 15 - 75 ans, soit environ 400 000 personnes, constitue une première approximation de la proportion de Français ayant réussi à arrêter de fumer, au moins temporairement, grâce à la cigarette électronique

Lire tout le rapport:

http://www.inpes.sante.fr/70000/dp/15/dp150224-def.pdf (09 03 2015)
(10 03 2015)


Tabac: un arrêt brutal peut vous faire friser la démence

Le Figaro - Réduire sa consommation de tabac étape par étape serait le moyen le plus efficace pour espérer un jour écraser sa dernière cigarette, selon une étude menée par des neuroscientifiques.

Si vous comptiez arrêter de fumer, privilégiez la manière douce. Telle est la conclusion d'une étude réalisée par une équipe de chercheurs de l'université de Copenhague, parue dans le Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism, après avoir constaté des effets similaires à ceux de la démence sur le cerveau de participants ayant arrêté le tabac du jour au lendemain. Lire la suite...

http://sante.lefigaro.fr/actualite/2015/01/30/23327-tabac-arret-brutal-peut-vous-faire-friser-demence (04 02 2015)
(10 03 2015)


Geneva - Spring School of Global Health - 1-6 June 2015

We are pleased to announce that the Institute of Global Health, Faculty of Medicine of the University of Geneva has officially opened is now accepting applications for the Spring School of Global Health (Geneva,June 1-6, 2015), in collaboration with the Graduate Institute Geneva, Swiss School of Public Health+, Ecole Romande de Santé Publique, and the World Federation of Academic Institutions for Global Health.

Program Objective:

The program is designed to enable students and working professionals with interest in global health to study various subjects and join the international global health community. For example, courses offered aim to prepare a national delegate for debates during the World Health Assembly (WHA) in addition to examining policy & technical briefs in the agenda of the WHA. Participants are given the flexibility of choosing a maximum of 2 courses (each runs for 3 days) from 8 different courses offered.The unique and flexible structure of the program allows participants to gain comprehensive knowledge base in global health while offering the opportunity to discuss these relevant issues in a global forum with the opportunity to network.

Eligibility Requirements:

Priority is given to PhD students registered at SSPH+, other PhD students, and any other professionals or students equipped with master degrees in the (various) fields of Global Health.

Application and registration:

Candidates must directly apply to the Spring School of Global Health at the following address:

http://unige.g2hp.net/registration-to-the-spring-school/ (09 03 2015)
(10 03 2015)


The Tobacco Endgame A critique of policy proposals aimed at ending tobacco use

Clive Bates - A more credible endgame -

Objective.

To radically reduce serious diseases caused as a by - product of recreational nicotine use, without compromising welfare, and while respecting individual liberty and an appropriate role for the state. Strategy.

Over the long term, the recreationa l nicotine market will evolve from smoking tobacco to nicotine delivery with dramatically reduced toxic exposure - as vapour, aerosol, from smokeless tobacco, from lozenges etc. The market may be smaller or larger than it is today in terms of total numbers of users - it hardly matters, if the harms are greatly reduced.

http://www.clivebates.com/documents/endgame.pdf (04 03 2015)
(10 03 2015)


China drives explosion in e-cigarette patents

In 2005, only eight e-cigarette inventions were described in published patents. By 2012 the figure had jumped to 220, and by last year there were more than 500 inventions, according to an analysis by the IP & Science business of Thomson Reuters. This year, the total is 650. (A single invention might be covered by several patents.) Read more:... http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/business/2014/12/01/china-drives-explosion-in-e-cigarette-patents.html (02 12 2014)
(10 03 2015)


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