Expert Policy Conference on Vaping & E-Cigarette Regulation in Canada
Member $200 | Guest $400 | Table of 6 $1,000
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Pre-Session – The What, Who, and How of Vaping in Canada
An introduction to the current market, users, industry players and outlook of vaping.
Session I – Do Nicotine Levels, Product Design and Flavours Influence Usage?
A deep analysis of factors influencing usage and addiction, how they should be regulated and where should the lines be drawn.
Session II - Youth Behaviors & Prevention Efforts
A conversation about use patterns among youth in the United States and Canada, and how regulations can create an environment that limits youth appeal.
Session III – Global Lessons: How Have Other Countries Tackled Vaping Concerns?
A panel of international experts will discuss the approaches taken by the United Kingdom and the United States, and outline what Canada can emulate or change from their experiences.
Session IV – Black Market, Sin Tax and Emerging Trends
The rise and dangers of black market vaping products to public health, and potential regulations that could discourage it, ensuring consumer safety.
List of Speakers
Cory Harris, Associate Professor, Ottawa Hub for Harm Reduction, University of Ottawa
Ian Irvine, Professor of Economics, Concordia University and Research
Dr. Raymond Niaura, Interim Chair of the Department of Epidemiology, College of Global Public Health, New York University
Christopher Russell Ph.D., Deputy Director, Centre for Substance Use Research
Dr. Brad Rodu, Professor of Medicine, Chair of Tobacco Harm Reduction Research, University of Louisville
Anindya Sen, Professor, University of Waterloo
John Shaske, B.Sc.(Pharm), ACPR, RPh, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of British-Columbia
David Sweanor, Adjunct Professor, Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics , University of Ottawa
Rosalie Wyonch, Policy Analyst, C.D. Howe Institute
Dr. Laurie Zawertailo, Senior Scientist, Nicotine Dependence Service , Centre for Addiction and Mental Health