Despite public health concerns about the prevalence of e-cigarette use – especially among youth and young adults – the U.S. e-cigarette market continues to thrive. Addressing this rapidly changing market requires coordinated and evidence-based policy at local, state, and federal levels. This 75-minute webinar features experts in public health law, policy, and advocacy who will describe the latest on e-cigarette products and regulation, including federal regulatory developments. Presenters will also review key updates in the 2022 version of the Policy Playbook for E-cigarettes, created by the University of North Carolina’s Vaping Prevention Resource and the Public Health Law Center; provide examples of recent local e-cigarette policies in four jurisdictions; and present a wealth of educational and advocacy resources on e-cigarettes.
Policy Playbook for E-cigarettes
Meredith Berkman, Parents Against Vaping e-cigarettes (PAVe)
Kurt Ribisl, PhD, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center
Steph Trilling, MSW, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center
Julie Amajuoyi, J.D. MTS, Public Health Law Center
Kyra Hill, J.D., Public Health Law Center
Kerry Cork, J.D., M.A., Public Health Law Center