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IQOS campaign in Israel
At present, IQOS, Philip Morris’s (PM’s) heated tobacco product, is being test-marketed in 30 countries worldwide.1 Similarly to electronic cigarettes,2 regulation varies widely by country. In theExpand
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Historic tobacco legislation in Israel: a moment to celebrate
Background Israel was once a leader in tobacco control, but fell behind other countries, particularly during the past decade, as smoking rates stagnated. Text Landmark tobacco control legislation,Expand
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177 How to choose who to focus on? National study to identify risk groups for child injury
Background Identifying populations at high risk for injury is a key step in developing effective strategies to reduce overall burden of injuries and gaps in injury rates between different segments ofExpand
PW 1318 Using the media prevent child injury: developing a mediasurveillance database
Intervention programs and policy to reduce child injury should be based on up-to-date, focused and in depth data. Data on child injury mortality in Israel is managed by the Central Bureau ofExpand
The IQOS campaign in Israel
The Market Trajectory of a Radically New Product: E-Cigarettes
The study analyzes the diffusion of electronic cigarettes as an innovation, as well as how industry, society, and the individual affect its market dynamics. The study is based on five surveysExpand
Tobacco legislation reform and industry response in Israel.
New progressive tobacco control legislation in Israel restricted advertising of all tobacco and related products, including heated tobacco products and electronic cigarettes. The three main elementsExpand
134 Planning a national action plan for child safety–the israeli experience
Background In Israel, unintentional injuries are the primary cause of death and injury among children age 1–17. Consequently, Israel joined a global initiative led by the European Child SafetyExpand