#371 PROPEL Centre for Population Health Impact: Tobacco Use in Canada: Patterns and Trends, 2014 Edition: An overview and orientation

The event will start on: Feb 27, 01:00pm EST
And will end on: Feb 27, 02:30pm EST

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 This Fireside Chat is in collaboration with the PROPEL Centre for Population Health Impact.

Launched in January 2014, Tobacco Use in Canada: Patterns and Trends, 2014 Edition synthesizes and provides users with the latest available data from national surveys conducted by Health Canada and Statistics Canada.

This fifth edition of the report includes an updated policy supplement, as well as a new special supplement on flavoured tobacco.

This fireside chat aims to orient participants to this valuable resource by providing guidance on how to access the report and use it, and highlight the timely information that it covers.

If you are involved or interested in tobacco control in the areas of policy, programs, advocacy, research or evaluation, this fireside chat is for you!

Related Websites:

Advisors on Tap:
Jessica Reid

Propel Centre for Population Health Impact
Jessica Reid, MSc., is a Project Manager at the Propel Centre for Population Health Impact, and has worked on tobacco-related projects for close to a decade. Her experience and expertise relate primarily to survey research, population-level studies, and coordinating international projects.

 David Hammond,

University of Waterloo
Dr. Hammond is an Associate Professor in the School of Public Health & Health Systems at the University of Waterloo. His primary research focus is on programs and policies that reach large segments of the population and that target primary determinants of health, including tobacco use, diet and illicit drug use.

 Robert Cunningham

Canadian Cancer Society; Session Chair
Rob Cunningham is a lawyer and Senior Policy Analyst with the Canadian Cancer Society who has worked in tobacco control for 25 years.

Barb Riley

Executive Director,
Propel Centre for Population Health Impact,
University of Waterloo




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