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Harm-reducing potential of e-cigarettes examined

27 March 2018

The Science and Technology Committee hears from representatives from the prison service, NHS foundation trust and interest groups to explore how e-cigarettes are promoted to those trying to stop smoking, including those experiencing mental health issues or serving a sentence in a prison.

Witnesses

Tuesday 27 March 2018, Grimond Room, Portcullis House

At 10.00 am

  • Michelle Jarman-Howe, Executive Director, Public Sector Prisons South
  • Heather Thomson, Smokefree Lead, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

At 10.45 am

  • Deborah Arnott, Chief Executive, Action on Smoking and Health
  • Hazel Cheeseman, Director of Policy, Action on Smoking and Health

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