Call for abstracts for the 8th European Conference on Tobacco Control in Florence, Italy

We are thrilled to invite you to participate in the 8th European Conference on Tobacco Control, taking place in the captivating city of Florence from October 10 to 12, 2023. This prestigious event, co-organised with the ENSP’s local members and partners, promises to unite brilliant minds and foster meaningful collaborations in the realm of tobacco control. As a distinguished scientist in the field, we invite you to seize this remarkable opportunity to showcase your research and expertise. By submitting an abstract, you can actively contribute to the advancement of tobacco control strategies and policies, shaping the future of public health in Europe and beyond.

Submit your abstract or propose a symposium now to secure your place at this exceptional event. The submission deadline is 30 June 2023 at 23:59 CET. Abstracts should be prepared according to the guidelines provided in the submission form.

For any inquiries or collaboration proposals, please reach out to the ENSP Secretariat. 

Stay tuned for more exciting updates and be sure to register for the conference once registrations open. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to contribute to the fight against tobacco and join us in Florence, where science and innovation converge to shape a healthier future.

Visit our website to learn more and submit your abstract today!

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