Horizon BBC2 22nd May 2016 – Thanks as always to @dnglos for the YouTubage
“The E-Cigarette Summit 2014 took place on November 13th 2014 at London’s Royal Society. We present here most of the videos and the three panel debates, all chaired by the wonderful Professor Ann McNeill of the Institute of Psychiatry, London…..”
The E-Cigarette Summit 2013 took place on November 12th 2013 at London’s Royal Society. We present here the transcripts from the presentations and the three panel debates, all chaired by the wonderful Professor Ann McNeill of the Institute of Psychiatry, London.
A public lecture on e-cigarettes delivered by Dr. Lynne Dawkins on 3rd July 2013. This lecture gives an introduction to e-cigarettes, what they are and how they work. It then brings the audience up to date with the current research: who uses them, how and why, nicotine content and delivery, safety issues, harm reduction and regulation….
The first Global Forum on Nicotine took place in Warsaw, Poland, in June 2014. The event attracted around 200 people from 26 countries. The discussions were shaped by presentations from the world’s leading nicotine researchers and policy analysts.
Published on Aug 8, 2014
Professor Peter Hajek, Director of QMUL’s Tobacco Dependence Research Unit, talks about his research on e-cigarettes.
Published on 24 Oct 2013
Conservative MP Mark Pawsey asks for clarification on what the UK govt will do to help smokers who wish to use electronic cigarettes to continue to do so, in the face of the govt’s desired medical regulation. UK conservative govt still ignoring the reality of the impacts of their course of action, judging from the response of Dept Leader of the House, Tom Brake….
Published on 2 May 2013
Dr. Peter Rost is a former vice president of Pfizer and a whistleblower of the pharmaceutical industry. Author of “The Whistleblower, Confessions of a Healthcare Hitman,” Rost is an insider expert on big pharma marketing.
During the 2013 Tobacco Merchants’ Association Annual Meeting, we sat down with Michael Siegel of the Boston University School of Public Health and author of The Rest of The Story (http://tobaccoanalysis.blogspot.com). He spoke with us about his recent study examining why e-cigarette users have had such incredible success when compared with other smoking cessation methods.
New research is showing e-cigarettes are more effective than nicotine patches in helping people quit smoking. Robert West, lead researcher on the study and professor of epidemiology at University College London, discusses on Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero…..
A video presentation on behalf of saveecigs.com by Andy Sutton – director of the documentary feature film “Smoke without Fire – the story of the electronic cigarette”.
These changes to the TPD are made by ill informed people who are elected to listen. We aim to shout our message with the aid of social and mainstream media by creating a series of documentary segments about the science, ethics, social aspects, health impact….
Watched this on BBC 2 last night, very interesting and it would seem the facts stack up undeniable evidence in favour of vaping !! Why oh why aren’t the government / NHS promoting the hell out of vaping when its abundantly clear its vastly safer than smoking tobacco….