News and Events
Latest IGTC News
A study of the environmental impact of cigarette butt litter supported by the Institute for Global Tobacco Control provided evidence for a key decision at COP10.
In a response to recent changes at the Foundation for a Smoke-Free World, IGTC Director Joanna Cohen and two colleagues wrote a special communication for Tobacco Control.
The third annual Anthem Awards recognized the Institute for Global Tobacco Control in the category of “Health - Research Projects or Publications” for its study, “Spinning a Global Web,” conducted in partnership with the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids.
2/2/24: Power of the Pen
2/2/24: Reducing Youth Exposure
8/16/23: Kennedy Presents at Virtual Seminar
5/15/23: IGTC Spring Publishing Update
3/7/23: Quit Behavior Study in Vietnam
2/15/23: Faculty Members Present Research
Lectures and Events
Innovations in Tobacco Control Lectures
Watch videos from our lecture series where we welcome key researchers and experts to share ideas, present their work, and spark discussion.
A Common Language
Accuracy and consistency are crucial to tobacco control work and its impact. It is in this spirit that IGTC offers (and has adopted) the following recommendations for intentional communications when discussing certain nicotine and tobacco products—along with the people who may use nicotine and tobacco products.
IGTC Director Joanna Cohen co-authored an editorial in Tobacco Control and shared the background of this effort in a video. We also have created a guide to help those interested in using these guidelines in their work.
Do Changes at the Foundation for a Smoke-Free World Go Far Enough
In response to recent changes at the Foundation for a Smoke-Free World, IGTC Director Joanna Cohen and two colleagues wrote a special communication for Tobacco Control.