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Science and Technology Committee (Commons)
Accepting written evidence.
The Science and Technology Committee examine the impact of electronic cigarettes on human health (including their effectiveness as a stop-smoking tool), the suitability of regulations guiding their use, and the financial implications of a growing market on both business and the NHS.
Evidence given by Professor Peter Hajek, Professor of Clinical Psychology, Queen Mary University of London, Professor Mark Conner, Professor in Applied Social Psychology, University of Leeds, and Professor Riccardo Polosa, Professor of Internal Medicine, University of Catania; Dr Lion Shahab, Senior Lecturer Health Psychology, University College London, Dr Jamie Brown, Deputy Director, Tobacco and Alcohol Research Group University College London, and Professor Paul Aveyard, Co-ordinating Editor, The Cochrane Tobacco Addiction Group
There are currently no public meetings scheduled.
Science and Technology Committee examines current research into e-cigarettes