4th SILNE-R Steering Committee Meeting held in Noordwijk, Netherlands

SILNE-R held its fourth steering committee meeting in Noordwijk, the Netherlands on 13 and 14 June 2017. The meeting focused on progress of data

SILNE-R realist review presented at ENSP Conference on Tobacco Control 2017

On 24 May 2017 Michael Schreuders, Academic Medical Center, University of Amsterdam, presented findings from the SILNE-R literature review on impact of school tobacco

Understanding the impact of school tobacco policies on adolescent smoking behaviour: A realist review

Michael Schreuders, Paulien A.W. Nuyts, Bas van den Putte, Anton E. Kunst. Social Science & Medicine Volume 183, June 2017, Pages 19–27 Background Secondary schools increasingly implement school

SILNE-R at ECToH 2017

Results and project scope of SILNE-R were presented on a number of occasions at the European Conference on Tobacco or Health in Porto, Portugal. On

SILNE-R presentation at SRNT 2016, Prague

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

SILNE-R presented at ENSP conference in Ljubljana, Slovenia

On 20 October 2016, Project Coordinator Prof. Anton Kunst presented SILNE-R in Ljubljana, Slovenia on the occasion of the annual ENSP Capacity Building Event

SILNE-R featured in Horizon2020 Magazine

The European Union’s Research and Innovation Magazine, Horizon Magazine, features SILNE-R in an article on smoking cessation techniques and prevention policies. SILNE-R Project Coordinator,

SILNE-R receives Outstanding European Health Research Award

At the European Network for Smoking and Tobacco Prevention Conference held from 5th to 7th April 2016 in Brussels, the Outstanding European Health Research

Final SILNE project conference

You are cordially welcomed to participate in the final SILNE project conference which will take place on 8 December 2014 in the Brussels European Parliament

SILNE – Tackling socio-economic inequalities in smoking: learning from natural experiments by time trend analyses and cross-national comparisons

SILNE was launched in January 2012. The overall aim of the project is to analyse several “natural experiments” available within Europe in order to