The period for abstract submissions is now closed. We inform you that the programme with all the selected abstracts will be uploaded soon.
The Scientific Committee will review all submitted abstracts. Notification regarding abstract acceptance and scheduling will be sent to the submitting author. The committee decision is final.
Important Dates:Call for Abstracts: 14th November 2022
Abstract Submission Deadline: 15th February 2023
Communication of acceptance of abstracts: 10th March 2023
The final selected abstracts will be benefited with the Early Registration Fee!*
Poster Presentation-The poster will be shown in digital support and 16:9 format. Valid files: PDF, PWP or .jpg.-QR (Quick Response) codes and text key codes are allowed in the poster, however, they should not be linked to websites containing product advertising.-If the study has received funding, this must also be acknowledged on your poster, “Study funded / sponsored by…”– An optimal lay-out of your poster will attract the attention of other Congress participants. Text should be easy to read at a 1-meter distance. Use colour wherever possible.– At the bottom of the poster, please include your and/or the corresponding author email address. You may also provide hard copies of your material for onsite distribution.– Please note that you have the possibility to present and defend your poster at the following times:
DAY 111:00 – 11:30 Poster SessionsDAY 214:00 – 14:30 Poster Sessions
Oral Presentation:-The oral presentation will last 10 minutes. There is going to be a very strict time policy.-The speaker can use audiovisual aid consisting of a ppt or pdf presentation.-No changes are accepted once it has been uploaded to the platform.
DAY 116:00 – 17:00 Oral CommunicationsDAY 212:15 – 13:00 Oral Communications
-Abstracts can only be submitted through the specific platform (ectoh.org) and must be written in English.-Acknowledgement of receipt of your submission will be sent to your stated email address.-Maximum 2000 characters, excluding source/literature references, title and contact information of the authors.-Each abstract should consist of the following sections:o Title. Key wordso Authors (The maximum number of authors allowed per abstract is limited to ten (10). Please include the e-mail of the first author, and all the names of the institutional affiliation of each author, city and country (no mailing addresses, academic degrees and professional positions such as Medical Director, CEO, CMO …).o Background (including basic objectives)o Methodso Resultso Main conclusions
In addition, it is mandatory to specify if there is any conflict of interest (or declare the lack thereof) of the author and all co-authors of the research project in the written abstract and in the oral presentation/poster.
-If your abstract was published or presented before in any other conference or communication material, this needs to be explicitly mentioned.-Abbreviations may be used in the title and text of abstracts if they are defined. Terms must be spelt out in full at first mention and followed with the abbreviation in parentheses.-During submission, you will be asked to choose your preference of thematic for presentation from a list. The Scientific Committee reserves the right to allocate your abstract in a different thematic, according to program needs.-You are allowed to be a co-author of an unlimited number of abstracts.-No changes to the abstracts can be made once they are submitted. If you are presenting a poster, you are welcome to bring an updated poster to the conference.
1.- Taxes & Transborder commercialization2.- Industry interference & publicity3.- Emerging ProductsE-cigarettes and heated tobacco products -the Monitoring and surveillance, challenges in communication4.- Tobacco CessationNovel tobacco treatment interventions5.- Resource Mobilization & Intersectoral CollaborationThe economies of tobacco control: cost-effectiveness studies, economic benefits, tax revenues.6.- The tobacco pack: from pictorial warning to plain packaging7.- EquityInequalities and social determinants of health in tobacco use.Groups most affected by tobacco use and its consequences.o Youtho Gender approacho People Living with Diseaseo Socio cultural contextsStrategies to reach and support/educate lower socio-economic status (SES) groups8.- Smoke free spaces9.- Environmental aspects of tobacco production and consumption10.- Covid-19 and tobacco11.- Advocacy12.- Youth initiatives13.- Other relevant topics-FCTC compliance and monitoring from different perspectives-Innovative Solutions for tobacco prevention and control-Behavioral approaches14. Behavioural insights and sciences and tobacco control 15. Tobacco & Cannabis
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