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Help guide new vaping research

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The UK Centre for Tobacco and Alcohol Studies (UKTAS) is asking for your help to choose the ten unanswered questions that will shape future vaping research.

Dr Abby Hunter and UKTAS have released a survey asking participants to prioritise a list of research topics.

The survey asks the 52 questions that arose from their previous data collection in January, when 760 people submitted the questions that were most important to them.

UKTAS are looking for a range of people to rank ten topics from most important to least important and are especially keen to hear from vapers, smokers and health care professionals.

The closing date for this survey is July 10 and the answers will be collected and presented to a Steering Committee who will finalise the top ten vaping questions.

The survey should take 10-15 minutes to complete.

Have your say and fill out the survey here.

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