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Conference Abstracts| SRNT 2019

Research from both ASPIRE2025 and NIHI will be presented this week at the international SRNT conference in San Francisco, USA.

Abstracts for a selection of the research to be presented, can now be viewed in ASPIRE2025 and NIHI research abstracts for SRNT 2019. This includes:

  • Presidential Symposium Tobacco Control for All: Addressing Smoking Disparities for Priority Populations
    Speaker: Andrew Waa
  • A qualitative exploration of tobacco retailers’ suitability to sell electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS) amid legislative change in New Zealand
    Lead author: Jerram Bateman
  • Roll-your-own smokers as tobacco pouch designers
    Lead author: Mei-Ling Blank
  • Creating RYO-specific warnings: a qualitative exploration
    Lead author: Mei-Ling Blank
  • A longitudinal qualitative analysis of smoking to vaping transitions
    Lead author: Mei-Ling Blank
  • Pacific young adults’ relationship with smoking: a Talanoa-informed investigation
    Lead author: Mei-Ling Blank
  • Support among smokers and recent quitters for measures included in a plan to achieve smokefree 2025: findings from the ITC New Zealand survey
    Lead author: Richard Edwards
  • Smokers’ and non-smokers’ assessment of strategies to manage tobacco product waste
    Lead author: Philip Gendall
  • Patterns of transition: cigarette and ends use in smoking cessation attempts
    Lead author: Kerri Haggart
  • Butting out: a qualitative analysis of responses to tobacco product waste
    Lead author: Janet Hoek
  • Exploring combustible cigarette innovations in a smokefree world
    Chair: Janet Hoek
  • SCAMPI: a WeChat-based app to support Chinese men to quit smoking
    Lead author: Chen Jinsong
  • How do vaping practices evolve? A qualitative analysis
    Lead author: Madison O’Donnell
  • Ends uptake among Māori and Pacific smokers: a qualitative analysis
    Lead author: Lindsay Roberston
  • Findings from the INSPIRED (network to share insights on tobacco endgames) Project
    Lead author: Louise Thornley

For more information on each abstract please refer to the PDF above or contact the author directly.