Scientific research and evidence-based policy are the foundations of tobacco control alliances that fortify us in our challenging and ever-changing environment. WCTOH late-breaker sessions showcase the latest research and innovations in tobacco control. Highlights include:

Session Type

Date

Time

Title (click for more information)

ePoster Session (EP)

08.03.2018

18:15-19:15

Late Breaking E-Poster: Advances in WHO FCTC Implementation

ePoster Session (EP)

08.03.2018

18:15-19:15

Late Breaking E-Poster: Tobacco industry interference and Tobacco Control advocacy

ePoster Session (EP)

08.03.2018

18:15-19:15

Late Breaking E-Poster: Innovations in monitoring for policy

ePoster Session (EP)

08.03.2018

18:15-19:15

Late Breaking E-Poster: Youth tobacco use and advocacy

ePoster Session (EP)

08.03.2018

18:15-19:15

Late Breaking E-Poster: Cost of tobacco use and farming in vulnerable populations

Late Breaking Session (LB)

09.03.2018

15:45-16:45

Late-breaking: New and Local Evidence to Advance Tobacco Control in Africa

Late Breaking Session (LB)

09.03.2018

15:45-16:45

Late-breaking: Regional advances in evidence for Tobacco Control

Late Breaking Session (LB)

09.03.2018

15:45-16:45

Late-breaking: New Perspectives in Advancing Tobacco Control

Symposium (SUS)

09.03.2018

15:45-16:45

Late-breaking: Emerging Issues of Tobacco Harm Reduction: A Global Comparative Perspective

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