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Incentives for Smoking Cessation Tobacco smoking is a major health problem. To reduce smoking in society and establish a smoke-free generation, effective interventions are needed to help people quit smok...
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Incentives for Smoking Cessation

Tobacco smoking is a major health problem. To reduce smoking in society and establish a smoke-free generation, effective interventions are needed to help people quit smoking. How can financial rewards for smoking cessation contribute to decreasing smoking prevalence? In this symposium, organized by Maastricht University and the IVO research institute, international experts in the field of smoking cessation present their research.

 

Program

Welcome by Prof. Dr. Onno van Schayck

 

Prof. Dr. Gera Nagelhout, Maastricht University and IVO

Socioeconomic differences in smoking

 

Floor van den Brand, Maastricht University

Implementing financial incentives in workplaces

 

Nienke Boderie, Erasmusmc

Personalised incentives for smoking cessation: experiences from the first round of the PERSIST trial

 

Lesley Sinclair, Usher Institute University of Edinburgh

Incentives for Smoking Cessation in Pregnancy: Challenges of a UK Trial

 

Scott D. Halpern, MD, PhD, University of Pennsylvania

Leveraging loss aversion and present bias to improve incentives for smoking cessation

woensdag

21

oktober 2020

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