September 25, 2015
As the popularity of electronic cigarettes skyrockets, many communities have been increasingly concerned about the appeal of these products to minors, and about the potential risk to public health posed by e-cigarette use in places otherwise required to be smokefree, such as schools, hospitals, workplaces, etc.
E-cigarettes, e-hookah, vape pens, and other electronic smoking devices continue to expand at the point of sale (POS), in both availability and marketing. These products are largely unregulated, presenting a challenge and an opportunity in POS tobacco control efforts.
Presenters: Ian McLaughlin from ChangeLab Solutions and Katie Byerly from CounterTobacco.org
WEBINAR - Retail Regulations: Addressing Electronic Smoking Devices at the Point of Sale