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 policies under WP4 in the intervention under the title “Understanding the impact of school tobacco policies on adolescent smoking behaviour: a realist review”. The presentation took place at the ENSP Conference on Tobacco Control 2017 in Athens Greece as part of the session “Adolescents: Tobacco & E-cigarettes (Abstract presentations)”. Read more about SILNE-R Work Package 4 – Development of models of change.

The ENSP Conference on Tobacco Control 2017 welcomed 280 experts and stakeholders in tobacco control from across Europe as well as internationally. The three-day conference focused on bridging science and policy for better tobacco control strategies and included interventions on aspects of tobacco control related to research, advocacy, illicit trade, implementation of the FCTC and TPD, local level interventions and much more. Read more about the conference here.

The SILNE-R poster was displayed in the plenary room of the conference throughout all three conference days.

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