TackSHS

Tackling secondhand tobacco smoke and e-cigarette emissions: exposure assessment, novel interventions, impact on lung diseases and economic burden in diverse European populations.

TackSHS is a new research project funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme. TackSHS aims to improve our understanding of second-hand tobacco smoke and e-cigarette emissions and find ways of tackling the health burden caused by exposure to these aerosols.

This four year project brings together leading European research centres to work in partnership on a comprehensive and integrated approach to generate significant step-change beyond the current state-of-the-art in understanding second-hand tobacco smoke and electronic cigarette aerosols.

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Latest news

TackSHS results presented at the Italian Health Institute on World No Tobacco Day 2017

TackSHS results presented at the Italian Health Institute on World No ...

Every year, on the occasion of the WHO World No Tobacco Day, the Italian Health Institute (Istituto Superiore di Sanità) organizes a press conference in Rome with the aim of updating the Italian population on the monitoring of tobacco use and the adoption of tobacco control strategies in Italy. At the press conference held in May …

Editorial: Smoking cessation and COPD: further evidence is more necessary than ever

Editorial: Smoking cessation and COPD: further evidence is more necessary than ...

In this editorial, published in the European Respiratory Journal (2017) Lucy Wood, Jennifer K. Quint and TackSHS researcher Joan B. Soriano, highlight the need for further research on the ties between lung function change over time and smoking status. The study “Improved outcomes in ex-smokers with COPD: a UK primary care observational cohort study” (2017) …

Editorial: Respiratory Planetary Medicine

Editorial: Respiratory Planetary Medicine

TackSHS researchers, Joan B. Soriano and Esteve Fernández, outline the paradox between human health and planetary health in the editorial “Repiratory Planetary Medicine” published in the Archivos de Bronconeumologia (2017). The authors argue that human health overall is improving to some extend at the expense of increased pollution, reduced biodiversity, loss of rainforests and other …