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 Thursday 23 March, SILNE-R researchers introduce results and progress in the project in the following sessions:
8:30-10:30 Room B: Oral Communications – Economics and Legislation I
- Cost-effectiveness of preventive policies and programs targeting adolescents: a systematic review – Teresa Leao, Anton Kunst, Julian Perelman.
8:30-10:30 Room D: Oral Communications – Epidemiology
- Tobacco Control Policies and Young People in Europe: A systematic Review of Qualitative Studies – Natalie Papanastasiou, Sarah Hill, Amanda Amos.
- How can a ban on tobacco sales to minor be effective in changing smoking behaviour among youth?- a realist perspective – Paulien Nuyts, Thomas Kuijpers, Marc Willemsen, Anton Kunst.
14:30 – 15:30 Room A: Parallel Sessions – ENSP Projects – Science And Research For Tobacco Control
- SILNE-R enhancing the effectiveness of strategies to prevent smoking in adolescents (Horizon2020) – Anton Kunst.
17:15 – 18:45 Room C: Young People and Tobacco Consumption
- Could Tobacco Control Policies Reduce Socioeconomic Inequalities in Youth Smoking? Results from the SILNE-R Project – Anton Kunst.
Anton Kunst presents SILNE-R in the session ENSP Projects – Science And Research For Tobacco Control
Anton Kunst presents SILNE-R in the session Young People and Tobacco Consumption