We are seeking researchers, graduate students, postdocs, and community public health practitioners to give 6-minute “flash talks” about tobacco research, practice, or advocacy at the Tobacco Control Science Evidence Academy on Friday, November 16, 2018 in Philadelphia. Talks in all areas of tobacco control research and practice are welcome, including:
- New tobacco products
- Translating research
- Tobacco cessation programs and interventions
- Community action
- Tobacco use in youth
- Retail and point of sale regulations
- Use of technology
- Lung cancer and screening
- Clinical and pharmacological research
- Health disparities
- Health communication
To apply, please see submission details here. Submissions are due by Friday, October 26th and will be reviewed by experts from our planning committee.
The Tobacco Control Science Evidence Academy is hosted by the University of Pennsylvania sites of the Cancer Prevention and Control Research Network (CPCRN) and the Prevention Research Center (PRC). The CPCRN and the PRC are funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Cancer Institute, and seek to improve health, reduce disparities, and bridge the gap between research and practice.