Online Program

Electronic cigarettes: use, perceived harm, marketing, and taxation

Sunday, November 1, 2015: 4:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.

Board 3
Clients in drug treatment perceive e-cigarettes as lower risk than other tobacco products   
K. Blakely Andrews, BA, Thao Le, MPH, Barbara Tajima, EdM, Joseph Guydish, PhD, MPH and Catherine Henderson, BA
Board 4
E-cigarette marketing online: A systematic content analysis of manufacturers and retailers   
Elizabeth Klein, PhD, MPH, Micah Berman, JD, Natalie Hemmerich, JD, Cristen Carlson, SuSandi Htut and Michael Slater, PhD
Board 5
Exploring E-Cigarette Twitter Data: Understanding Trends and Implementing Surveillance   
Jillian Pugatch, MPH, Heather Cole-Lewis, PhD, Arun Varghese, MPA, MEng, Amy Sanders, MA, Mary Schwarz, Iva Stoyneva and Erik Augustson, PhD, MPH
Board 6
Electronic cigarette use: Is it a gateway to cigarette use, or a smoking cessation tool?   
Jiyeun Park, MA, Dong-Chul Seo, PhD and Hsien-Chang Lin, PhD, MA
Board 7
Impact of e-cigarette use on smoking combustible cigarettes: Evidence from a large national survey   
Jidong Huang, PhD, Yoonsang Kim, MPH, PhD, Yaru Shi, MS and Sherry Emery, PhD, MBA
Board 8
Impact of Other Tobacco Product (OTP) Tax Structure on Retail OTP Prices: Evidence from Commercial Store Scanner Data   
Jidong Huang, PhD, Frank Chaloupka, PhD, Jamie F. Chriqui, PhD, MHS and Camille Gourdet, J.D.

See individual abstracts for presenting author's disclosure statement and author's information.

Organized by: Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs
Endorsed by: Epidemiology, Aging & Public Health, Injury Control and Emergency Health Services, Medical Care Section, School Health Education and Services