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WHO Regional Office for Europe. (2020) Country case studies on electronic nicotine and non-nicotine delivery systems regulation 2019. Brazil, Canada, the Republic of Korea and the United Kingdom. Copenhagan: WHO Regional Office for Europe.

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Electronic nicotine and non-nicotine delivery systems (EN&NNDS) are a heterogeneous class of products that use an electrically powered coil to heat and turn a liquid into an aerosol, which is inhaled by the user. Throughout the world, governments use different approaches to regulate EN&NNDS in their marketplace. This brief provides examples of the three more typical regulatory approaches, including banning the sale of EN&NNDS, applying tobacco-control legislation to these products, and creating an elaborate group of specific regulations or recommendations related to the sale, marketing, packaging, product regulation, reporting/ notification, taxation and use in workplaces and public places.


Item Type
Report
Publication Type
International, Open Access, Report
Drug Type
Tobacco / Nicotine
Intervention Type
Harm reduction
Source
Date
April 2020
Pages
36 p.
Publisher
WHO Regional Office for Europe
Corporate Creators
WHO Regional Office for Europe
Place of Publication
Copenhagan
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