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European Network for Smoking and Tobacco Prevention Newsletter
28 June 2023

The 8th ENSP European Conference

on Tobacco Control

Abstract and symposia submission deadline

is extended to 31 July 2023

We are thrilled to announce that the 8th European Conference on Tobacco Control is fast approaching, and we want to ensure that you have ample time to be a part of it! Therefore, we have decided to extend the abstract/symposia submission deadline until 31 July 2023. This is your chance to showcase your research, share your insights, and contribute to the collective effort in combating tobacco.


Set against the backdrop of Florence, Italy, a city steeped in history and renowned for its cultural treasures, this conference will gather leading experts, researchers, and policymakers from across Europe and beyond. The 8th ECTC will offer a unique opportunity to connect with like-minded professionals, exchange ideas, and shape the future of tobacco control.


We welcome abstract submissions on a wide range of topics related to tobacco control, including but not limited to cutting-edge research in tobacco prevention and cessation, policy developments and their impact on public health, addressing health disparities and social determinants of tobacco use, innovations in tobacco control strategies and technology or means of understanding and countering tobacco industry tactics.

The deadline for abstract/symposia submission for the 8th European
Conference on Tobacco Control will close without further extensions
on 31 July 2023, at midnight CET.

By submitting your abstract, you have the chance to present your findings to a distinguished audience, engage in thought-provoking discussions, and receive valuable feedback from experts in the field. Whether you're an early-career researcher, seasoned professional, or advocate, your contribution will play a vital role in shaping the dialogue around tobacco control.

Please visit our conference website for updates on our exciting lineup of keynote speakers, interactive workshops, and networking opportunities. Together, let's make a lasting impact in the fight against tobacco!
Abstracts should be prepared according to the guidelines provided in the submission form
For any inquiries or collaboration proposals, please reach out to the ENSP Secretariat. 

Registrations are now open!

We are thrilled to announce that the registrations are now open! Secure your spot at the 8th ENSP-ECTC! Visit this link to complete your registration and don't miss this opportunity to connect with like-minded professionals, expand your knowledge, and contribute to a tobacco-free future!
While we are all waiting to meet in Florence, let's have a look at the collection of ENSP videos highlighting the remarkable atmosphere of our previous editions of ECTC.

Other news and publications

ENSP President attends the International Respiratory Coalition Summit 2023

We are delighted to share that the ENSP President, Florin Mihaltan, attended the International Respiratory Coalition (IRC) Summit 2023 held between 26-27 June in the captivating city of Lisbon, Portugal. Over the course of two impactful days, the closed-door event served as a catalyst for innovative discussions and immersive workshops, driving the IRC founding partners and important national-level coalitions to articulate concrete solutions for a better respiratory health. The ENSP highlights again its commitment reduce respiratory disease-related mortality by combating tobacco use.

ENSP Fact Sheet Series #1/2023:

Infants and Second Hand Smoke

Pregnancy is a beautiful journey, and we understand how essential it is to have accurate information to make the best choices for both the mother and the baby's health. The latest ENSP Fact Sheet contains up-to-date research, expert insights, and practical advice to help expectant mothers and their loved ones understand the risks associated with smoking during pregnancy.
Smoking during pregnancy can have severe consequences, impacting the health and well-being of both the mother and the developing baby. Our fact sheet delves into the harmful effects of smoking, such as increased risks of premature birth, low birth weight, complications, and long-term health issues for the child. 
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Now also indexed in PubMed Central. Learn more...

The latest publications in the TPC Journal:
Sofie Kirstine Bergman Rasmussen, Lærke L. Lidegaard, Charlotta Pisinger, Nina F. Johnsen, Maria Kristiansen
Wamba AndrĂ©, Jeremie Pourchez, Masson Julien, Denis-Vatant Christine, Leclerc Lara, Nekaa Mabrouk
Summer Woolsey, Athena K. Ramos, Kaeli Samson, Delwyn Catley, Keyonna M. King, Rob Crane, Hongying Daisy Dai
Sararat Tosakoon, Katelyn F. Romm, Carla J. Berg
Yannan Li, Cordelia Elaiho, Bian Liu, Karen Wilson
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