Prof. Luke CLANCY

BSc, M.B., M.D., PhD, F.R.C.P.I, F.R.C.P. (Edin), F.C.C.P., F.F.O.M. Director General of the TobaccoFree Research Institute Ireland (TFRI), Consultant Physician, St James Hospital.

He led the support for the introduction of the Smokefree Workplace Legislation in 2004 when Ireland became the 1st country in the world to introduce smokefree bars and restaurants. He was ENSP and Chair of the ERS Tobacco Control Committee.

He was President of the International Union against Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases (IUATLD), Chairman of the ERS TB Scientific Group and a TB

Advisor to the WHO and Dept of Foreign Affairs Ireland.

Current research includes e-cigarette usage in school students and plain packaging of tobacco, Horizon 2020 projects on Smoking in children, guidelines for treatment of smoking cessation and measurement of health effects of SHS in exempted areas.

International Youth Day – “Taking Control: Youth and Tobacco Awareness” Webinar

In a world where the influence of the tobacco industry can be insidious, it is imperative...

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208 Organizations Call on UN Committee to Recommend Stronger Tobacco Control Policies

ENSP is honored to join Action on Smoking and Health and a total of 208 signatories...

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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,...

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