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05 mai 2015

Nouvelles sur le tabagisme de Stop-tabac.ch
Préparées par Jean-François Etter
Le 05 Mai 2015


- Arrêter de fumer après 60 ans, c'est encore 5 ans de gagnés !
- E-cigarette: Résultats de l'enquête de consensus auprès des experts (Suisse)
- The Role of Fear and Disgust in Predicting the Effectiveness of Television Advertisements That Graphically Depict the Health Harms of Smoking
- Tobacco Campus The Next Generation of E-cigarettes and MRTPs
- China abolishes tobacco price controls

Arrêter de fumer après 60 ans, c'est encore 5 ans de gagnés !

Il n'est pas facile de convaincre les personnes âgées d'arrêter de fumer, tellement l'idée que 'à mon âge, ce n'est plus la peine' a la vie dure. Or c'est une erreur. Même après 60 ans, les bénéfices de l'arrêt du tabac restent considérables, avec à la clé 5 ans et demi d'espérance de vie supplémentaires Lire la suite:

http://www.e-sante.be/arreter-fumer-apres-60-ans-c-est-encore-5-ans-gagnes/breve/1623 (29 04 2015)
(05 05 2015)


E-cigarette: Résultats de l'enquête de consensus auprès des experts (Suisse)

Les résulttas sont publiés dans BMJ Open, félicitations à nos collègues Blaser et Cornuz pour cette étude qui arrive à point.

Experts' consensus on use of electronic cigarettes: a Delphi survey from Switzerland

http://bmjopen.bmj.com/content/5/4/e007197.long

BMJ Open. 2015 Apr 15;5(4):e007197. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2014-007197.

OBJECTIVES:

In some countries, nicotine-containing electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) are considered a consumer product without specific regulations. In others (eg, Switzerland), the sale of e-cigarettes containing nicotine is forbidden, despite the eagerness of many smokers to obtain them. As scientific data about efficacy and long-term safety of these products are scarce, tobacco control experts are divided on how to regulate them. In order to gain consensus among experts to provide recommendations to health authorities, we performed a national consensus study.

SETTING:

We used a Delphi method with electronic questionnaires to bring together the opinion of Swiss experts on e-cigarettes.

PARTICIPANTS:

40 Swiss experts from across the country.

OUTCOME MEASURES:

We measured the degree of consensus between experts on recommendations regarding regulation, sale, use of and general opinion about e-cigarettes containing nicotine. New recommendations and statements were added following the experts' answers and comments.

RESULTS:

There was consensus that e-cigarettes containing nicotine should be made available, but only under specific conditions. Sale should be restricted to adults, using quality standards, a maximum level of nicotine and with an accompanying list of authorised ingredients. Advertisement should be restricted and use in public places should be forbidden.

CONCLUSIONS:

These recommendations encompass three principles: (1) the reality principle, as the product is already on the market; (2) the prevention principle, as e-cigarettes provide an alternative to tobacco for actual smokers, and (3) the precautionary principle, to protect minors and non-smokers, since long-term effects are not yet known. Swiss authorities should design specific regulations to sell nicotine-containing e-cigarettes.

KEYWORDS:

Delphi method; Electronic cigarettes; Nicotine (29 04 2015)
(05 05 2015)


The Role of Fear and Disgust in Predicting the Effectiveness of Television Advertisements That Graphically Depict the Health Harms of Smoking

Conclusion - Our findings support the hypothesis that antismoking advertisements of health harms that elicit the greatest responses of fear or disgust are the most effective. When advertisements elicit high ratings of both fear and disgust, advertisements with graphic imagery are effective, whereas advertisements without graphic imagery are not.

http://www.cdc.gov/pcd/issues/2014/14_0326.htm

Jónsdóttir HL, Holm JE, Poltavski D, Vogeltanz-Holm N. The Role of Fear and Disgust in Predicting the Effectiveness of Television Advertisements That Graphically Depict the Health Harms of Smoking. Prev Chronic Dis 2014;11:140326. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5888/pcd11.140326 (15 12 2014)
(05 05 2015)


Tobacco Campus The Next Generation of E-cigarettes and MRTPs

The Next Generation of E-cigarettes and MRTPs
Modified Risk Tobacco Products INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP
Wiesbaden, on 8./9. December 2014
See the presentations here:

http://www.teamwork-net.de/Site/Tokens/Token.aspx?TokenId=A24FCD04DC2D4946ABEA45DEED32F82C

See the programme here:
http://www.businessinformant.de/tji/tji_campus_en/pdf/537_TJI_TobCampKongressInfo_04_12_14_web.pdf (23 12 2014)
(05 05 2015)


China abolishes tobacco price controls

China has abolished price controls on tobacco leaf, the last agricultural product to have limits, the country's top economic planner said as authorities seek to give the market a greater economic role. Read more:

http://www.businessinsider.com/afp-china-abolishes-tobacco-price-controls-2015-1?IR=T (07 01 2015)
(05 05 2015)


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