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GFN24 – Booking Open

From the moment GFN23 finished, the organising team began to work on next year’s event, and are delighted to announce that the website is now open for online registration and ticket booking

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The Global Forum on Nicotine (GFN) is the leading event for the discussion all things tobacco harm reduction and alternative nicotine products. From the moment GFN23 finished, the organising team began to work on next year’s event and are delighted to announce that the GFN24 website is now open for online registration and ticket booking. The best news is that prices have been capped at 2023 rates.

GFN24 is set to revisit the wonderful city of Warsaw again and the dates for the next conference are 13 - 15 June 2024.

The theme for GFN24 will be ‘Economics, Health and Tobacco Harm Reduction’.

The conference organisers say: “The economic impact of tobacco harm reduction will be influential in both the public health and policymaking spheres. We’ll explore it from various angles, whether that’s quantifying the potential healthcare savings of a harm reduction approach, or the role of falling tobacco tax revenues, or state-involved tobacco income, on safer product regulation.

“#GFN24 will feature our signature blend of keynote sessions, panel discussions and workshops, with leading figures and up-and-coming voices in the THR world. Selected sessions will also be streamed live on the Global Forum on Nicotine YouTube channel for free.”

The Global Forum on Nicotine is the only international event that looks at the role of safer nicotine products in tobacco harm reduction. From the outset, all stakeholders including consumers, manufacturers, academics, scientists, regulators and policymakers have been encouraged to attend. The organisers are rightly proud of their ‘open door’ policy and participation is welcome both at the event and online.

This year will see a continuation of hosting workshops in Russian and Spanish, and the organisers say that all of the main sessions will be translated in Russian and Spanish online.

The GFN24 organisers continue: “GFN works at its very best with the ever-impressive contributions of you, our GFN community. So the #GFNFives will be returning to #GFN24, alongside the brand new #ScienceLab sessions and the #GFN24 Film Festival. #GFNFives are five-minute multimedia presentations featuring your unique viewpoints - whether that’s from the frontlines of THR communication and advocacy, or from the research work you’re conducting. And this year, scientific #GFNFives can be put forward for the new #ScienceLab sessions, at which selected videos will be screened, with authors invited to delve deeper in a 10-minute presentation. Need some inspiration? Take a look at this selection of #GFNFives from #GFN23 for some top-tier short films.”

GFN23 sessions are now available for viewing on the GFN website and Youtube channel.


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Dave is a freelance writer; with articles on music, motorbikes, football, pop-science, vaping and tobacco harm reduction in Sounds, Melody Maker, UBG, AWoL, Bike, When Saturday Comes, Vape News Magazine, and syndicated across the Johnston Press group. He was published in an anthology of “Greatest Football Writing”, but still believes this was a mistake. Dave contributes sketches to comedy shows and used to co-host a radio sketch show. He’s worked with numerous vape companies to develop content for their websites.

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