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Poster presentations
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1) Four years of running a stop smoking clinic in a large teaching hospital in London
Riba Kalhar, Health Psychologist in Training, Smokefree Camden, St Pancras Hospital, London, UK

2) Generating high volume cost effective referrals: - Smokefree Camden's prospect recruitment campaigns
Matthew Gilbert, Support Officer- Level II Advisors and Sasha Cain, Head, Smokefree Camden, St Pancras Hospital, London, UK

3) A 'striking' approach for young people
Laura Estelle Kerridge, Lead Specialist Stop Smoking Advisor - Young People and Tobacco, NHS Leeds, UK

4) Making smoking cessation accessible for mental health service users
Helen Hartley, Lead Specialist Stop Smoking Advisor, Leeds NHS Stop Smoking Service, UK

5) Factors associated with short-term success among smokers attending stop smoking clinics in Malaysia
Wee Lei Hum, Principal Assistant Director, Ministry of Health Malaysia

6) Increasing referrals through face-to-face marketing
Jane Oliver, Health Improvement Programme Manager, NHS Health Scotland, UK

7) A prospective investigation of the predictors of intervention effects of the NHS smoking cessation programme
Camille Alexis-Garsee, Lecturer, Middlesex University, London, UK


8) Developing the Tower Hamlets pregnancy stop smoking service
Farah Desai, Pregnancy Stop Smoking Advisor,  NHS Tower Hamlets, London, UK

9) Smoking cessation service for mental health service users: Tower Hamlets pilot project
Yaccub  Enum, Public Health Strategist, Public Health Department, NHS Tower Hamlets, UK and Laura Skingle, Mental Health Smoking Cessation Specialist,  Barts and The London School of Medicine, UK

10) Tower Hamlets tobacco control strategy - a strategic approach to reducing tobacco prevalence
Jill Goddard, Tobacco Programme Lead, NHS Tower Hamlets, London, UK and Colin Perrins, Head of Trading Standards and Environmental Health (Commercial),  London Borough of Tower Hamlets, UK

11) Stop smoking in community mental health settings
Terri Forward, Community Mental Health Well Being Facilitator, Smokefree Camden, St Pancras Hospital, London, UK

12) A specialist stop smoking clinic in a general practice
Simon Galton, Senior Stop Smoking Specialist, Smokefree Camden, St Pancras Hospital, London, UK

13) No Smoking Day 2009 – still one of the UK’s most effective health awareness campaigns
Vishnee Sauntoo, Marketing Director, No Smoking Day, London, UK

14) Best practice and recent advances in breath monitoring for smoking cessation
Trevor Smith, Managing Director, Bedfont Scientific Ltd, Rochester, UK


15) Benefit of 25mg nicotine patch dose established during week one
Åke Westin, Associate Director, Biometrics and Clinical Data Systems, McNeil AB, Helsingborg, Sweden and Nicola Radley, Medical Category Manager, Johnson & Johnson Consumer Services EAME Limited, Maidenhead, UK

16) Developing a youth tobacco control advocacy group: findings after the first year
Liz Illman, Senior Advisor - Lead for Young People and Pregnancy, Smokefree Camden, St Pancras Hospital, London, UK and Sarah Morris, Smokefree Camden Young Peoples Advisor, St Pancras Hospital, London, UK

17) Smoke free homes in Leeds and Lahore: an experience of shared learning
Nisreen Alwan, Specialist Registrar in Public Health, NHS Leeds, Centre for Epidemiology & Biostatistics, University of Leeds, UK

18) European network of quitlines - capacity building and social exclusion programme
Alice Roberts, ENQ Project Manager and Kawaldip Sehmi, Director of Health and Equality, QUIT/ENQ, London, UK

19) Developing evidence based guidance on tobacco control
Patti White, Analyst, National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence, London, UK

20) Cost effectiveness of tobacco control measures in England
Lesley Owen, Technical Adviser, National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence, London, UK


21) Acute effects of nicotine gum on blood pressure and pulse rate
Noor Zurani Md Haris Robson, Consultant and Addiction Specialist, Department of Primary Care Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur

22) Smoking Cessation Service Research Network (SCSRN)
Sylvia May, Administrator, Smoking Cessation Service Research Network, North Woodchester, UK

23) Carbon monoxide monitoring: guidance on good practice
Sylvia May, Administrator, Smoking Cessation Service Research Network North Woodchester, UK

24) Smoking cessation services in NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde- making the grade
Elizabeth Grant, Public Health Pharmacist, NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde, UK

25) Attracting and treating ‘routine and manual’ smokers
Leena Sankla, Head of Health Inequality - Cardio Wellness, Reading, UK

26) Managing the smokefree policy in West London Mental Health Trust
Alex Higgins, Smokefree Trainer/Consultant, Smokefree Solutions, London, UK and Irene Pachawo, Trust Smoke Free Advisor, West London Mental Health Trust, UK


27) Health Equity Audit (HEA) - Dudley Stop Smoking Service 2002-2007 service data
Ruth Olding, Tobacco Control Programme Manager, Dudley PCT, UK

28) Can carbon monoxide testing be used as a biomarker for assessing risk in pregnant smokers?
Pam James, Smoking & Pregnancy Sdviser, Dudley Stop Smoking Service, Dudley PCT, UK


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