In September 2016, the SILNE-R project was presented to a vast audience of researchers and academics in tobacco control and smoking prevention at the SRNT 2016 in Prague, Czech Republic. This annual congress of the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco, Europe Chapter, focused on the need for further effort to improve tobacco control under the theme ‘Translating quality science into quality practice’.
SILNE-R was presented in the sessions ‘What works in developing and implementing tobacco control policies? “Realist” reviews as a new method to integrate scientific evidence’ and ‘Protecting children and adolescents from tobacco use’.
Read more on the individual presentations in the full congress programme.