January 2016
Welcome to the first issue of The Network, ENSP monthly newsletter, where we will be covering activities from our members and partners', as well as the Secretariat in Brussels.
The European Network for Smoking and Tobacco Prevention (ENSP) , created in 1997 and based in Brussels, is an international non-profit organisation striving to achieve a Europe free from tobacco products and tobacco-related illnesses.
Through this newsletter you will receive information and updates from ENSP, its members and partners, as well as news from the field of Tobacco Control.
We hope you will find this newsletter interesting and helpful. We would very much appreciate if you could forward it to other colleagues and stakeholders.
And finally, If you have recommendations to improve the content, would like to contribute, are interested in promoting your projects or have questions, do not hesitate to contact one of us at ENSP.
Message from Francisco Lozano, ENSP President.

I sincerely hope that you had a lovely time during the Christmas holidays, surrounded by all your loved ones. I would like to take this opportunity to wish you all best for the forthcoming year.
2015 was an exciting and interesting year for me.
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France has voted for plain packaging from May 2016

To understand the legal motivation of the French Conseil constitutionnel, our expert Stephen Lequet, Head of Institutional relations at DNF (Droits de Non Fumeurs), gives us some details and explanations on the whole process. Read more...
Launch of a new EU project to tackle secondhand smoke

TackSHS is a new research project funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme. It aims to improve our understanding of second-hand tobacco smoke and e-cigarette emissions and find ways of tackling the health burden caused by exposure to these aerosols. Read more
EQUIPT project update

By Sept 2016, EQUIPT will deliver a Tobacco Control Return on Investment (ROI) Tool - a web based economic model- that will allow European countries to estimate the ROI of tobacco control. European policy makers can use the ROI tool to see whether their current tobacco control practice offers value for money. Read more
Enhancing the effectiveness of strategies to prevent smoking in adolescents

The SILNE-R, a three-year project funded by the European Commission through the Horizon 2020 programme, aims to learn, by in-depth comparisons between seven European countries, how strategies and programmes to prevent youth smoking could enhance their effectiveness by taking into account the opportunities, barriers and resources present at local levels. Read more
Tobacco Cessation Guidelines for High risk populations Project

TOB-G project aims to develop and implement an inno-vative and cost effective approach to prevent chronic diseases related to tobacco dependence by developing specialized tobacco cessation guidelines for populations of high risk. The specialized guidelines for high risks groups will be developed according to ENSP’s evidence based and good practices in tobacco cessation.

The high risk populations are people with Cardiovascular diseases, COPD, Type 2 diabetes, adolescents & pregnant women. Read more...

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