We are pleased to announce the Tobacco Control Seminars, organised by the UCT, WHO Collaborating Centre for Tobacco Control.
These seminars introduce challenging topics and current research on tobacco control led by national and international experts in a friendly atmosphere. The seminars are open to professionals and students in the broad area of tobacco control.
The seminars are organized based on the availability of professionals from Barcelona and surroundings and, in the case of international speakers, subject to the casual proximity and opportunity (attending other meetings, holidays, etc.), since there are no specific funds assigned to develop this activity.
Check the last Seminars
Moving the WHO FCTC forward in its second decade: the role of evidence... Prof. Geoffrey T. Fong (Professor of Psychology and Public Health, University of Waterloo) March 21, 2017 View the seminar
The importance of packaging in the consumption of tobacco products ... Dr. Juan Miguel Rey Pino (Associate Professor of Marketing, Granada University) March 8, 2017 View the seminar
Past, present, and future of the Tobacco Control Scale Luk Joossens (Advocacy Officer, Association of European Cancer Leagues) February 21, 2017 View the seminar
Proposal for generic packaging in Mexico Dr. Horacio Rubio Monteverde (UNAM) July 13, 2016 View the seminar
Thirdhand Smoke: a new pathway of passive smoking exposure Dr. Noelia Ramírez (IISPV-Universitat Rovira i Virgili) June 14, 2016 View the seminar
Will Europe reduce the prevalence of smoking by 30% by 2025? Dr. Armando Peruga (WHO Geneve) November 30, 2015 View the seminar
Unassisted smoking cessation: how most ex-smokers have always quit Prof. Simon Chapman (University of Sidney). September 21, 2015 View the seminar
The role of social media in tobacco control and obesity prevention Dr. Becky Freeman (University of Sidney) June 30, 2015 View the seminar