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What are the health effects of e-cigarettes? Are they effective cessation aids? Who is vaping? What are the patterns of use?
RECIG: Research on E-cigarettes explores policy implications from Ontario longitudinal and cross-sectional survey data, lab studies, systematic reviews and social media analysis. Fresh, cutting-edge evidence from an International Expert Panel review will be presented.
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Presenter: Dr. Robert Schwartz
Robert Schwartz is the Executive Director of the Ontario Tobacco Research Unit, Associate Professor in the Dalla Lana School of Public Health (University of Toronto), Senior Scientist at CAMH, Director at CIHR Strategic Training and U of T Collaborative Program in Public Health Policy, and Editor-in-Chief of the Canadian Journal of Program Evaluation. He has published widely about tobacco control, accountability, public health policy, policy change, program evaluation and government and third sector relations. Dr. Schwartz serves on the Tobacco Control System Committee, Smoke-Free Ontario Scientific Advisory Committee and Cessation Strategy Advisory Group.
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