H2020 Funding for Tobacco Control: Scaling up for the prevention of lung diseases in the EU
19 October, 2018
The final EUREST-PLUS workshop entitled 'H2020 Funding for Tobacco Control: Scaling up for the prevention of lung diseases in the EU' took place at the European Parliament in Brussels on 18 October, 2018.
The event, sponsored by the European Respiratory Society (ERS) and the European Network for Smoking and Tobacco Prevention (ENSP) was hosted by MEP Gilles Pargneaux and was attended by more than 60 delegates. Its primary objective was to gather key stakeholders in the field of tobacco control in the EU to enhance innovative joint research collaborations.
The programme encompassed presentations from Vytenis Andriukaitis, the European Commissioner for Health, and representatives of DG SANTÉ and DG RTD, ERS and the ENSP. The second part of the meeting provided the audience with important updates on successful H2020 projects funded by the European Commission under the Global Alliance for Chronic Diseases (GACD) call on the prevention of lung diseases, including:
- EUREST-PLUS: European Regulatory Science on Tobacco: Policy implementation to reduce lung diseases
- TackSHS: Tackling second-hand tobacco smoke and e-cigarette emissions
- Smoke Free Brain: Multidisciplinary tools for improving the efficacy of public prevention measures against smoking
- Tobacco cessation within TB programmes: A ‘real world’ solution for countries with dual burden of disease
- FRESH AIR: Free respiratory evaluation and smoke-exposure reduction by primary health care integrated groups
EUREST-PLUS Coordinator Prof. Constantine Vardavas and Moderator Tamsin Rose facilitated stakeholder discussion that truly embodied the title of the event—the importance of funding for tobacco control research for scaling up the prevention of lung diseases in the EU. Access resources from the event for more information:
- View the meeting agenda
- Read the meeting presentation in The Parliament Magazine
- Key presentations:
Professor Kamran Saddiqi
Professor Guy Joos
Dr Esteve Fernández
Professor Panos Bamidis
Dr Karim Berkouk
Professor Constantine Vardavas
Dr Katja Bromen
- View photos from the event
EUREST-PLUS at the 14th annual conference of the International Society for the Prevention of Tobacco Induced Diseases
10 October, 2018
From 4-6 October the International Society for the Prevention of Tobacco Induced Diseases held their 14th annual meeting, which focused on several key themese relevant to the EUREST-PLUS project, including tobacco cessation; tobacco induced diseases; secondhand smoke exposure; e – cigarettes; taxation; illicit trade; youth and tobacco; waterpipe and novel tobacco products; tobacco advertising promotion and sponsorship; international tobacco control actions; smoking and oral health.
EUREST-PLUS partners attended the meeting, and gave serveral presentations as part of the programme. This included presentations of the following publications:
- Evaluating the European Union (EU) Tobacco Products Directive: Findings from the EUREST-PLUS ITC cohort study among six EU Member States
- Chemical analysis and hazard identification of the most common electronic cigarette liquids in nine European countries
- Undesirable events during electronic cigarette use prior to the implementation of Article 20 of the European Union Tobacco Products Directive: Findings from the EUREST-PLUS ITC Europe Surveys
- Quitting behaviors and cessation assistance used among smokers with anxiety or depression: Findings among six countries of the EUREST-PLUS ITC Europe Surveys
EUREST-PLUS presentations at key European meetings
24 September, 2018
To continue promoting the work of the EUREST-PLUS project to key European stakeholders, our partners presented data from several key abstracts authored by project partners at a number of important meetings in the respiratory and tobacco control calendars this month, including:
ERS International Congress 2018 – 15-19 September, Paris
Session: EUREST-PLUS: Tobacco Control Policy Implementation to Reduce Lung Disease - The Impact of Tobacco Control Policies on Respiratory Health
- The effect of respiratory comorbidities on the provision of cessation assistance in six EU countries: are clinicians doing enough
- Factors that affect quit attempts in smokers in six EU countries
- The impact on tobacco product use of policies in the EU, including smoke-free legislation, warning labels and taxation
- Monitoring e-cigarette use and variables across the EU: a 2018 update
Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco Europe 18th Annual Conference – 6-8 September, Munich
Session: Monitoring tobacco control in Europe
- Socio-demographics, tobacco control views and cessation among menthol, flavoured, and unflavoured tobacco users in Europe – Findings from the 2016 ITC/EUREST-PLUS
- Cessation assistance reported by smokers in eight European countries – Findings from the 2016 ITC/EUREST-PLUS
- Self-reported tobacco advertising exposure among smokers in relation to national tobacco advertising bans – Findings from the 2016 ITC/EUREST-PLUS
- Differences in knowledge of the health effects of smoking and impact of health warnings among smokers: Findings from the 2016 ITC/EUREST-PLUS
- Quitting behaviours and factors impacting thoughts of quitting among smokers with symptoms or a diagnosis of depression or anxiety: Findings from the 2016 ITC/EUREST-PLUS
‘Tackling Lung Cancer Risk Factors’ - EUREST-PLUS data presented at the ERS Presidential Summit
25 June, 2018
The 2018 European Respiratory Society (ERS) Presidential Summit took place in Athens, Greece on 19-20 June.
This year the Summit focused on ‘Redesigning the future of patient care’ with a special focus on lung cancer, and was led by ERS President Professor Mina Gaga.
EUREST-PLUS project researcher, Dr Constantine Vardavas, gave a talk during the meeting with a presentation that focused on tackling lung cancer risk factors, highlighting tobacco use, second-hand exposures, air pollution and family history as key factors.
EUREST-PLUS at the third ENSP International Conference on Tobacco Control
16 June, 2018
On 14-16 June, 2018 the European Network for Smoking and Tobacco Prevention (ENSP), in patnership with the Comité Nacional para la Prevención del Tabaquismo (CNPT), held its third International Conference on Tobacco Control in Madrid, Spain. The conference welcomed more than 400 European and international speakers and participants from 44 countries, sharing their expertise and experience in tobacco control research, advocacy activities, obligations under the WHO FCTC and the EU TPD and much more.
The main objective of the conference was to advance the role of science in various aspects of tobacco control, and to improve the scientific content of strategies on smoking cessation, prevention and regulation of tobacco products in Europe. This year’s theme focused on meeting new challenges and joining local and global efforts towards the tobacco endgame in Europe.
Distinguished scientists in tobacco control from all over the world shared their expertise and scientific research regarding the global tobacco epidemic, aiming to achieve effective implementation of the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC) and the EU Tobacco Products Directive (TPD).
EUREST-PLUS project researcher Professor Esteve Fernández was recognised for his achievements and commitment in research into tobacco control, receiving the ENSP Award for Outstanding Contribution on Tobacco Control during the meeting. Congratulations to Prof. Fernández.
In addition, several EUREST-PLUS presentations were delivered during the conference, centred on publications that have been authored by project partners. View the photo gallery of EUREST-PLUS presentations, and see below for details of the presentations:
EUREST-PLUS Symposium: Monitoring tobacco control in Europe after the WHO FCTC and EU Tobacco Products Directive:
- Smoke-free legislation in 6 European countries
- Extent and correlates of self-reported exposure to tobacco advertising, promotion and sponsorship in smokers from eight European countries
- Trends and correlates of tobacco use, smoking cessation and support for tobacco control policies in the European Union
- Assessing e-cigarette product compliance to the TPD
- Do European smokers opt for partial or total bans on smoking in homes and cars? Findings from the ITC 6 European country survey
- What is the content of the electronic cigarette liquids according to their flavor? An evaluation in nine European Union countries before TPD implementation
- Use of e-cigarettes and second-hand exposure to their aerosols in Europe: findings from the ITC 6 European country survey
- Exposure to anti-smoking advertising across six European countries, findings from the international tobacco control six European countries (ITC-E6) survey of the EUREST-PLUS study
- Compliance with smoke-free legislation in six European countries (2016): findings from the ITC 6 European country survey
- Real-world effectiveness of national tobacco advertising bans among smokers – A comparison of six EU-countries (ITC 6 European Country Project) from the EUREST-PLUS Project
EUREST-PLUS partners held an interim project meeting during the conference in Madrid, in which the consortium discussed the progress of the project so far and the next steps and priority areas moving forward.
EUREST-PLUS at the 17th World Conference on Tobacco OR Health
3 April, 2018
On 7-9 March, 2018 the 17th World Conference on Tobacco OR Health (WCTOH) was held in Cape Town, South Africa. The event aims to unite researchers, academics, non-governmental organisations, civil society, scientists, healthcare professionals and public officials working on all aspects of tobacco control from more than 100 countries.
The EUREST-PLUS project was featured in several presentations though the conference, including:
Tigova, O., Castellano, Y., Fu, M., Fong, G.T., Quah, A.C.K., Vardavas, C., & Fernandez, E. (2018, March). Do European smokers opt for partial or total bans on smoking in homes and cars? Findings from the ITC 6 European Country Survey (EUREST-PLUS Survey). Poster session at the World Conference on Tobacco or Health, Cape Town, South Africa.
Petroulia, I., Vardavas, C., Filippidis, F., Peleki, T., Behrakis, P., Quah, A.C.K., Fong, G.T., & Tountas, Y. (2018, March). The association between the awareness of the effects of smoking/secondhand smoke and the desire to quit. Poster session at the World Conference on Tobacco or Health, Cape Town, South Africa.
Girvalaki, C., Vardavas, AI, Tzatzarakis, MN., Stivaktakis, PD, Tsatsakis, AM, Behrakis, P., Vardavas, CI. (2018, March). Classification, labelling and packaging of the most popular e-cigarette refill liquids across 9 European countries. Poster session at the World Conference on Tobacco or Health, Cape Town, South Africa.
Filippidis, Filippos & Agaku, Israel & Vardavas, Constantine. (2018). Transition from experimentation with tobacco and nicotine products to regular smoking in Europe. E-poster presentation at the 17th World Conference on Tobacco or Health, 9 March 2018, Cape Town, South Africa
Vardavas, C. (2018, Mar). Gender disparities in tobacco use across the European Union. Oral presentation at the 17th World Conference on Tobacco or Health, 9 March 2018, Cape Town, South Africa.
Fong, G. (2018, Mar). Measuring disparities and the equity impact of tobacco control policies: Evidence from the ITC project. Oral presentation at the 17th World Conference on Tobacco or Health, 9 March 2018, Cape Town, South Africa.
Fong, G.T. (2018, March). Re-imagining and re-designing data collection in a rapidly changing era, in Vardavas, C., Vidhubala, E. (Chairs), Big data, small data, and everything in between: developing efficient tools for tobacco surveillane. Symposium presentation at the World Conference on Tobacco or Health, Cape Town, South Africa.
Dr Constantine Vardavas awarded The Young Pioneer Luther L. Terry Award
3 April, 2018
Dr Constantine Vardavas has been recognised for his influential work on tobacco control at the 17th World Conference on Tobacco OR Health (WCTOH), which took place on 7-9 March, 2018 in Cape Town, South Africa.
Dr Vardavas received the Young Pioneer Luther L. Terry Award, awarded by the American Cancer Society. The awards are named after the late American Surgeon Luther L. Terry, M.D., whose work established the foundation for public health scrutiny of the dangers of tobacco use.
The honours are intended to recognise individuals that have made outstanding contributions in leadership and worldwide achievement in the field of tobacco control.
Congratulations to all awardees. Visit the WCTOH website.
EUREST-PLUS at the annual Capacity Building event, 2017
7 December, 2017
On 14-15 November, 2017, the European Network for Smoking and Tobacco Prevention (ENSP), in partnership with the European Respiratory Society (ERS) and the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids, held its annual Capacity Building event in Tallinn, Estonia. The event brought together ENSP members, partners and stakeholders globally to engage in panel and workshop sessions focused on coalition building, advocacy planning, tackling tobacco industry interference, along with strengthening implementation of the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC) and the Tobacco Products Directive (TPD).
Dr. Constantine Vardavas led a session on ‘E-cigarettes and other Novel Products’, where he presented findings from the EUREST-PLUS project. The presentation shared data and trends in e-cigarette use in the EU, support for banning e-cigarette use in public places, exposure to e-cigarette advertising, and evaluating e-cigarette product compliance with the TPD.
EUREST-PLUS presented at 7th EURIPA Rural Health Forum
22 November, 2017
The EUREST-PLUS project was recently presented at the 7th European Rural and Isolated Practitioners Association (EURIPA) Rural Health Forum, which took place in Crete, Greece from 2-4 November 2017.
Dr. Constantine Vardavas of the ENSP delivered the session, ‘Reaching the UN sustainable development Target 3.4 for NCDs’, to EURIPA participants and primary health care practitioners from rural health areas across Europe.
The session aimed to inform participants about the Tobacco Products Directive (TPD) and the ways that the EUREST-PLUS project is monitoring the implementation of the TPD within the context of sustainable development goals for health.
Global Alliance for Chronic Diseases (GADC) Annual Scientific Meeting 2017
13 November, 2017
The 6th GACD Annual Scientific Meeting was held from 2-6 October in Buenos Aires, Argentina and brought together over 85 researchers from projects funded through the GACD from across the globe. In addition to sharing knowledge and experiences across GACD implementation science projects, this year saw the inaugural running of a Dragon’s Den-style pitching exercise. Researchers were given three minutes to pitch the importance of their research to a representatives from variety of non-scientific audiences, including the Argentine Deputy Minister of Health, World Bank and Inter-America Development Bank officers and the BBC's Southern Cone media officer.
The experience highlighted the importance and challenge of developing these types of skills with the intention to move interventions to scale with partners from non-academic partners.
EUREST-PLUS project researcher, Dr Constantine Vardavas, was also recently featured on the GACD website in recognition of his work on the project. Read more.
EUREST-PLUS welcomes new project secretariat
2 November, 2017
The EUREST-PLUS consortium is pleased to welcome a new Project Secretariat, Christina Kyriakos, who has joined the ENSP team in Greece.
Christina joins us from the United States, where she previously worked at New York University (NYU) School of Medicine in the Department of Population Health, Section on Tobacco, Alcohol, and Drug Use. Christina has experience in managing research grants related to implementing tobacco use treatment guidelines in health care organizations through policies and system changes. She also previously worked with Project Coordinator, Dr. Constantine Vardavas, at the Center for Global Tobacco Control at Harvard University.
Christina received her Master of Public Health with a Certificate in Health Promotion Research and Practice from Columbia University, Mailman School of Public Health in the city of New York. She is excited to be joining the EUREST-PLUS team!
EUREST-PLUS Project partners discuss advancing priorities in latest stakeholder meeting
9 October, 2017
EUREST-PLUS partners met in May to discuss the latest updates on the project’s progress and achievements, and to decide on the priorities of the project going forward.
Partners concluded that there is a need to extend outreach to enhance the impact of EUREST-PLUS as a project through increased dissemination to policymakers, to patients and the lay population, who may benefit from the findings of EUREST-PLUS studies. The evaluation of adolescent populations was also noted as an area of importance.
EUREST-PLUS project researchers awarded Best Abstract at the ERS International Congress 2017, Milan
27 September, 2017
EUREST-PLUS researchers Dr. Constantine Vardavas and Dr. Filippos Filippidis were awarded the Best Abstract prize from the ERS Occupation and Epidemiology Assembly at the ERS International Congress, which took place in Milan from 9-13 September.
The winning abstract,'Smoking Cessation in Europe: Trends in methods used in the European Union between 2012 and 2014', was presented during the Thematic Poster session on Smoking Cessation, on Sunday 10 September, 2017.
EUREST-PLUS Project presentations are the ERS International Congress 2017
20 September, 2017
EUREST-PLUS researchers led a number of presentations at this year's ERS Congress in Milan, including:
- 'E-cigarettes in 2017 – an update of the evidence and European regulatory steps' was presented by Constantine Vardavas in the Symposium "Tobacco Control in Europe: research and policy" on Sunday 10 September, 2017.
- 'European Regulatory Science on Tobacco: Policy implementation to reduce lung diseases – EUREST PLUS' was presented in a World Village session on Monday 11 September, 2017.
Public support is high for banning e-cigarette use in public spaces in the EU, study finds
25 August, 2017
Researchers have found that legislation to ban the use of e-cigarettes in public spaces would have popular public support across Europe, even among former and current tobacco smokers, although levels of support varies across population groups.
The study, carried out within the context of the Horizon2020 EUREST-PLUS, in which ERS is a key partner, surveyed groups of never, current, and former smokers of tobacco and e-cigarettes; analyses showed that 71% of never smokers, 63% of former smokers and 46% of current smokers in the EU supported a ban on the use of e-cigarettes in public places. Moreover Europeans who perceived e-cigarette vapour to be harmful were more likely to support a ban of their use in indoor public areas.
EUREST-PLUS at the 2nd ENSP International Conference on Tobacco Control, Athens, Greece
29 June, 2017
On 24 - 26 May, 2017, the European Network for Smoking and Tobacco Prevention (ENSP) held its 2nd International Conference on Tobacco Control in Athens, Greece. The conference welcomed more than 280 European and international speakers and participants, sharing their expertise and experience in tobacco control research, advocacy activities, obligations under the WHO FCTC and the EU TPD and much more.
EUREST-PLUS partners presented the project scope and preliminary results at a number of occasions throughout the conference. On Wednesday 24 May project partners presented progress in the various work packages in the parallel session, 'EUREST-PLUS: Monitoring the implementation of the Tobacco Products Directive'. The roundtable was chaired by Constantine Vardavas and Geoffrey Fong. The EUREST-PLUS poster was also on display in the conference plenary room throughout the conference.
EUREST-PLUS partners lay out plans for next wave of project and host successul stakeholder meeting
20 June, 2017
The EUREST-PLUS project consortium held its annual meeting in Athens on 23 May, 2017 to share results from the first wave of the project and discuss advances, the current state of play and next steps.
The new EUREST-PLUS video was presented at the meeting and is intended to raise awareness of the project to a broader audience. The consortium also discussed planning and coordination of the second wave of the EUREST-PLUS cohort survey, which is expected to take place in January – February, 2018.
The first EUREST-PLUS stakeholder meeting was a success, attended by 15 stakeholders including policy makers, patient representatives, medical societies and others from 12 organisations, who took part in a parallel stakeholder consultation on the project’s objectives, current results and perspectives.
Professor Geoffrey Fong presented prestigious AAPOR Policy Impact Award on behalf of the ITC Project
On 20 May, 2017, EUREST-PLUS researcher, Professor Geoffrey Fong of the University of Waterloo, Canada, received the prestigious AAPOR Policy Impact Award on behalf of the International Tobacco Control Evaluation (ITC) Project. AAPOR is a world leading organisation for survey research, including scientific surveys and polling, as well as market surveys.
The ITC Project is an international collaboration of over 150 tobacco control researchers across 28 countries covering over half of the world’s population and over two-thirds of the world’s tobacco users. Within EUREST-PLUS the ITC survey is extended to evaluate the psychosocial and behavioral impact of TPD implementation and FCTC implementation, through the creation of a cohort of adult smokers in 6 EU MS (Germany, Greece, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Spain).
Congratulations to EUREST-PLUS researchers Gera Nagelhout and Ute Mons on winning the Young Professional Awards at ECToH 2017
On 22 March Gera Nagelhout, Maastricht University, and Ute Mons, DKFZ, were awarded the Young Professional Awards at the European Conference on Tobacco or Health (ECToH) held in Porto on 22-25 March 2017. The award recognises and supports the two EUREST-PLUS researchers’ contributions to advancing tobacco control in areas of research, advocacy, policy and practice.
“I feel very honored to have received the ECL ECToH Young Professional Award. It's great that my research on socioeconomic differences in smoking and my knowledge-transfer efforts have been recognized by the jury”, notes Gera Nagelhout.
The award was granted to participants judged on the quality of the abstracts and their CVs submitted to the conference.
EUREST-PLUS researcher, Dr. Constantine Vardavas, ENSP, presented the scope and news on recent developments in the EUREST-PLUS project during the session “ENSP Projects – Science and Research for Tobacco Control”, held at the European Conference on Tobacco or Health (ECToH) in Porto on 23 March 2017.
EUREST-PLUS was also presented by Professor Geoffrey Fong, University of Waterloo, who gave an intervention on the ITC Project and EUREST-PLUS during the opening session of the conference on 23 March. The ITC project is the first international research programme for the systematic evaluation of key policies of the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC) at the population level. EUREST-PLUS extends the evaluation of FCTC policies and TPD provisions to six EU Member States (Germany, Greece, Hungary, Poland, Romania and Spain), while incorporating existing cohort studies from France, the UK and the Netherlands.
EUREST PLUS was presented in ICO-WHO Symposia on Tobacco Control in Barcelona, Spain
12 December 2016, 3rd ICO-WHO Symposium, L’Hospitalet (Barcelona)
The aim of this Symposium is to review how the WHO FCTC has been implemented internationally, by identifying achievements, loopholes, barriers, and the new challenges ahead.
Within his presentation Dr Vardavas coordinator of the project, provided an overview of the main points of the European Tobacco Products Directive (TPD) and the outcomes of studies performed to support the regulatory activities across the European population of 508 million people in 28 Member States. This presentation also covered the development of a common reporting format for submission of data on ingredients contained in tobacco and related products, the role of packaging and labelling, the regulation of electronic cigarettes and also the impact of the TPD on European public health. This presentation eventually concluded on how regulatory actions impact population indexes and upcoming exciting actions and challenges that will be faced.
Horizon Magazine features EUREST-PLUS work on electronic cigarettes
27 September 2016 - The EU Research and Innovation Magazine, Horizon Magazine, features EUREST-PLUS in the article Are there passive smoking risks from e-cigarettes?
Project Coordinator, Dr Constantine Vardavas, says to the Horizon Magazine that more information is needed on e-cigarettes. ‘It’s an area in which there is insufficient evidence and that is why we want to investigate how they modify smoking, whether the e-cigarette legislation to protect consumers and rules to protect non-users such as child-proof caps, actually have an impact on a population basis.’
'Even though Europe-wide legislation is in place, there are differences in the levels of regulation, for example on plain packaging or e-cigarette sales, between Member States, which gives the study a ‘natural randomisation’ which will be useful for the researchers', he says.
‘We’re talking about a huge population – of 508 million people – being covered by one legislation so it’s very important to assess whether legislation protects public health,’ Dr Vardavas said.
Newest results from EUREST-PLUS and the ITC Project presented at the high-level event 'Roadmap to a Smokefree Romania 2035’
On 8 September 2016 the European Network for Smoking and Tobacco Prevention (ENSP) and Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids organised a high-level event in Bucharest, Romania, which launched a joint Call to Action of the first holistic and whole-system approach to tobacco control, articulated under the Strategy to Create the First Tobacco-Free Generation by 2035. EUREST-PLUS and the ITC project was presented by ENSP Secretary General, Cornel Radu-Loghin to an audience of around 200 high-level Romanian and international stakeholders active in health promotion and tobacco control. Mr. Radu-Loghin described the work in EUREST-PLUS on evaluation of psychosocial and behavioural impact of TPD and FCTC implementation and presented the project’s latest results from Romania on smoking behaviour, risk perception, quit attempts and exposure to tobacco control policies
Read more about the event.
EUREST-PLUS showcased at the ERS International Congress 2016
5 September 2016 - As part of the world’s largest and most influential meeting for respiratory physicians, scientists and allied health professionals, EUREST-PLUS was showcased in London at the ERS International Congress 2016.
Project coordinator, Constantine Vardavas (European Network for Smoking and Tobacco Prevention), presented the main objectives of EUREST-PLUS and convey the added value of the research in monitoring and evaluation of the impact of the Tobacco Products Directives within the context of WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control ratification at a European level.
Over three years, EUREST-PLUS will research the implementation of the Tobacco Products Directives (TPD), the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC) and the psychosocial and behavioural impact of both on vulnerable populations. The project also investigates the support for the legislation and monitors how it is implemented across the European Union (EU) including how the design of e-cigarette labels and packaging, and the chemical composition, will change. Within EUREST-PLUS, the International Tobacco Control Policy Evaluation Project (ITC Project) will expand to include 6 more EU member states in addition to the three existing cohorts in the Netherlands, the UK and France allowing for the creation of a common pool of 9 EU cohort studies that will be able to assess FCTC implementation in the EU, which is mainly formulated through articles of the newly developed TPD.
The ERS International Congress 2016 took place in London where ERS welcomed around 20,000 delegates to discuss the latest developments in the respiratory field across 400 sessions. The Congress covers key topics in respiratory medicine including TB, lung cancer, pneumonia, cystic fibrosis, COPD, and asthma amongst others, and as such offers the best place to build skills and knowledge through information sharing on the latest topics in the field of respiratory medicine.
EUREST-PLUS presented at the EU Parliament on World No Tobacco Day, 31 May 2016
Dr Constantine Vardavas, project coordinator presents the eurestplus project in the EU parliament on world no tobacco day, the 31st of May, 2016.