Conflict of Interest Disclosure:
All speakers and all committee members must disclose all financial
with the tobacco industry, pharmaceutical companies, ENDS producers,
and other healthcare-related for-profit entities so that we can
address any potential conflicts of interest.
Please note that people employed by the tobacco industry or ENDS
industry owned or partly owned by the tobacco industry
are not allowed to submit abstract to the conference.
all presenters are required to include a disclosure slide
with their presentation that includes the following information: 1)
All funding sources for presented work. 2) All industry funding to the
principal investigator and/or presenting author in the last five years
(tobacco industry, pharma, or other). 3) All off-label medication uses
discussed in the presentation.
Speakers who do not provide disclosure information will not be allowed
to present at the meeting. If you are presenting at more than one
session, you may complete one disclosure form for multiple
presentations (it is not necessary to complete a disclosure for each
The Scientific Program Committee reserves the right to refuse abstracts.
They may do so if they consider the funding sources from the tobacco
industry or ENDS industry owned or partly owned by the tobacco industry
declared by the authors to represent a conflict of interest for the work
Disclosure of Conflict of Interest: Please provide below the
name of all sources of funding or salary support from any of the
following sources during the past five years that might constitute a
conflict of interest or give the appearance of bias for your
presentation. The corresponding author of each abstract submission for
keynote lectures, symposia, workshops or free communications must
answer these questions.
If you select anything other than "No Relationship," you MUST
explain in the comment box below.