Friday 16 September 2016
Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street
CPD - Applied for
The purpose of this meeting is to explore the strategies that will enable the countries of the United Kingdom to become tobacco-free. It will look at the opportunities that arise from legislation, health education, treatments supporting smoking cessation and the contribution of advocacy.
The meeting will also review the strategies being used by the tobacco industry to preserve their sales, obstruct health promotion efforts and to recruit new smokers in the UK and in developing countries.
The participants will learn of the contribution that can be made by smoking cessation services, the contribution, if any, that e-cigarettes might make and the strategic steps needed to make tobacco-free countries a reality.
Professor Simon Chapman, world leading anti-tobacco advocate, will be attending and speaking on his professional lifetime spent in public health advocacy as well as giving a keynote speech on the plain packaging pandemic.
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Registration, tea and coffee
Welcome and introduction
Professor John Ashton CBE, President, Epidemiology & Public Health Section of the RSM
“A sneeze in one country causes international pneumonia tomorrow”: explaining the plain packaging pandemic
Professor Simon Chapman, Emeritus Professor in the School Public Health, University of Sydney
The European dimension – the prospects for the EU and WHO Euro in action on tobacco
Professor Martin McKee, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
The match winner - the future of advocacy and campaigning
Ms Deborah Arnott, Chief Executive, Action on Smoking and Health
Panel discussion and questions
Big tobacco – the industry that never sleeps
Professor Anna Gilmore, Professor of Public Health, University of Bath
The quitting game
Professor Marcus Munafo, Professor of Biological Psychology, University of Bristol and MRC Integrative Epidemiology Unit
Tea and coffee break
Years well spent. A reflection on a professional lifetime spent in public health advocacy
Professor Simon Chapman
Professor Gabriel Scally, Meeting Organiser and Visiting Professor, University West of England
Completion of evaluation forms
Close of meeting
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