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Dr. Peter Selby
Senior Medical Consultant and
Clinician Scientist at the Centre for
Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH)
Lower-Risk
Nicotine Use
Guidelines
March 03, 2022
Dr. Peter Selby
MBBS, CCFP, FCFP, MHSc, dipABAM, DFASAM
Senior Medical Consultant and ClinicianScientist –
Addictions, CAMH
Professor, DFCM, Psychiatry, and the Dalla Lana
School of Public Health, University of Toronto
@drpselby www.nicotinedependenceclinic.com
Presenter Biography
Peter Selby is a Senior Medical Consultant and Clinician Scientist at the Centre for Addiction and Mental
Health (CAMH). He is the (Interim) Vice Chair of Research, Clinician Scientist, and Giblon Professor in the
Department of Family and Community Medicine, and Full Professor in the Departments of Psychiatry
and the Dalla Lana School of Public Health at the University of Toronto. His research focus is on
innovative methods to understand and treat addictive behaviours and their comorbidities. He also uses
technology to combine clinical medicine and public health methods to scale up and test health
interventions. His cohort of >300,000 treated smokers in Ontario is an example.
He has received grant funding totaling over 100 million dollars from CIHR, NIH, and Ministry of Health
and has published 150 peer reviewed publications. He has published 6 books (including 5 edited), is the
author of 31 book chapters, and 38 research reports prepared for the government. He is the Chair of
the Medical Education Council for the American Society of Addiction Medicine. Dr. Selby mentors
Fellows in Addiction Medicine and Addiction Psychiatry, junior investigators and medical students. The
use of innovative methods to communicate messages makes Dr. Selby a sought after speaker for
various topics including addictive disorders, motivational interviewing, and health behavior change at
individual and system levels.
Peter Selby, MBBS, CCFP, FCFP, MHSc, DipABAM, DFASAM
Senior Medical Consultant, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH)
Clinician Scientist, Addictions Division, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH)
Professor, Departments of Family and Community Medicine and Psychiatry, and Dalla Lana School of
Public Health, University of Toronto
peter.selby@camh.ca
(416) 535-8501 ext. 36859
Grants/Research Support:
• CAMH, Health Canada, OMOH, CIHR, CCSA, PHAC, Pfizer Inc./Canada, OLA,
• Medical Psychiatry Alliance, ECHO, CCSRI, CCO, OICR, Ontario Brain Institute,
• McLaughlin Centre, AHSC/AFP, WSIB, NIH, AFMC, Shoppers Drug Mart,
• Bhasin Consulting Fund Inc., Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute
Speaking Engagements (Content not subject to sponsors approval)/Honoraria:
• Pfizer Canada Inc., ABBVie, Bristol-Myers Squibb
Consulting Fees:
• Pfizer Inc./Canada, Evidera Inc., Johnson & Johnson Group of Companies,
• Medcan Clinic, Inflexxion Inc., V-CC Systems Inc., MedPlan Communications,
• Kataka Medical Communications, Miller Medical Communications, Nvision
• Insight Group, Sun Life Financial
Other: (Received drugs free/discounted for study through open tender process)
• Johnson & Johnson, Novartis, Pfizer Inc.
NO TOBACCO or ALCOHOL or FOOD INDUSTRY FUNDING
Disclosures
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Learning Objectives
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1
Describe the
broadening
landscape of the
tobacco epidemic
that necessitated
the creation of the
LRNUG Guidelines
2
Examine the
Recommendations
and dissemination
plan
Investigate the
formulation of the
Guidelines
3
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Describe the broadening landscape
of the tobacco epidemic
1
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Current Cigarette Smoking in Canada
• 12% of Canadians (3.7 million)
Youth (aged 15-19)
• 5% (142,000)
Young Adults (20-24)
• 13% (240,000)
Adults (25+)
• 13% (3.3 million)
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Background
Statistics Canada 2019
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Who Smokes Cigarettes in Canada?
In 2019, 12% of Canadians 15 years or older
reported being a current smoker
13%
Males
11%
Females
Statistics Canada, 2015; Health Canada 2015
Statistics Canada 2019
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Use of Other Tobacco Products (past 30 days)
3%
(873,000)
Cigars
0.4%
(127,000)
Water-pipe
Statistics Canada, 2015; Health Canada 2015
Statistics Canada 2019
0.4%
(127,000)
Chew
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Use of Vaping Devices
5%
(1.5 million)
Past-30-day
38% current
smokers
25% former
smokers
37% never
smokers
84% used
nicotine
16%
(5 million)
Ever vaped
2.1%
(656,250)
Daily Vapers
Why Vape?
27%
smoking
cessation
20%
curiosity
20%
enjoyed it
Statistics Canada 2019
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Global
Canada
• healthcare expenditure due to smoking-attributable diseases
• over US$422 billion in purchasing power parity (PPP) in 2012
• 5.7% of total global health expenditure
• Total economic cost of lost productivity
• estimated US$1 trillion in PPP in 2012
• equivalent to 1.8% of the world’s annual GDP
Goodchild et al. 2016
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Economic cost of smoking
• economic burden from tobacco smoking is estimated at 18.7
billion annually
Krueger et al. 2015
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Alternate nicotine delivery devices
• Broadening the landscape of the tobacco epidemic
Gravely et al. 2019
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Nicotine
• Primary addictive component in tobacco
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T A R G E T
In 2019, 24% (7.6 million) of Canadians 15+ reported
being a former smoker
• 3% quit <1 year
Cited Cessation Methods
• 70% - quitting on their own without special
preparation or help
• 54% - reducing their number of cigarettes
• 35% - switching to vaping
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Quitting Smoking in Canada
5 % p r e v a l e n c e by 2 0 3 5
StatCan, 2019
H o w d o w e g e t h e r e ?
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Challenges with Cessation
INDIVIDUAL
CLINICAL
SYSTEM
attitude knowledge and skills,
undermining efforts
lack of knowledge and belief in harms of
smoking, attitudes towards getting
assistance and or meds to quit
coverage, accountability
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Nicotine Dependence Service Goals
Increase access to
free treatment for
Ontario smokers
Build practitioner and
system capacity for
delivering treatment
Decrease
prevalence of
smoking in Ontario
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Investigate the formulation of
the Guidelines
2
Guideline Development
Funded by Health Canada’s
Substance Use and Addictions Program
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Lower-Risk Nicotine Use Guidelines
• evidence-based information on how to lower risk when
choosing/using nicotine products
• educate and empower lower-risk nicotine use
Methodology
Guideline Development Group Formation
Development of a Research Question
Selection of Priority Topics
Review of the Literature
Guided by GRADE Principles
Literature Review
Search strategy developed in partnership with CEP
Systematic Reviews
Supplementary
e-cigarette RCT search
“Up-to-the minute”
literature search
3 rounds
of literature
search
• Vaping evidence is emergent
• many systematic reviews will not pass full AMSTAR
• prohibitively small research pool
• “rapid AMSTAR” approach:
• excludes less rigorously performed reviews
• enables inclusion of well-done studies
Literature Review: Vaping Evidence
Appraisal of Literature & Recommendation Development
GDG Review of
literature tables
independently
2 day in person
meeting in
Toronto
Presentations
and
Recommendation
Development
Guideline Development Group
Peter Selby, MBBS, CCFP(AM), FCFP, MHSc,
dipABAM, DFASAM
CAMH; UofT
John Atkinson, MSW
Canadian Cancer Society
Bruce Baskerville, MHA, PhD, CE
Canadian Institutes of Health Research
Mark Eisenberg, MD, IMHL, MPH
Jewish General Hospital; McGill
Brent Friesen, MD, FRCPC
Alberta Health Services
Milan Khara, MBChB, CCFP, Dip.
ABAM
Vancouver Coastal Health; UBC
Jane Ling, R.Ph., BScPhm
North Durham Family Health Team;
Pharmacists for a Smoke Free Canada
Claudia Mariano, MSc, NP
Nurse Practitioners Association
of Ontario
Nadia Minian, PhD, MA
CAMH
Alice Ordean, MD
St. Joseph’s Health Centre; UofT
Ron Pohar, BSc.Pharm, APA
Consultant Pharmacist
Robert Reid, PhD, MBA
University of Ottawa Heart
Institute
Robert Schwartz, PhD
Ontario Tobacco Research Unit;
UofT
Laurie Zawertailo, PhD
CAMH; UofT
Guidelines
Level of Evidence
• Very Low, Low,
Moderate, High
• Quality of available
evidence
• Rapid AMSTAR
review
Strength of the
Recommendation
• Strong, Conditional
• Confidence that
adherence to
recommendation
will cause good
• Quality of evidence
& GDG expertise
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Lower-Risk Nicotine Use Guidelines
Smoking related health outcomes and their severity
are modifiable by consumer choice
• Full abstinence from nicotine products is the only way to completely
avoid the associated health risks
• Quit, or reduce to quit with pharmacological and/or behavioural supports
is always encouraged first
• For those who do choose to use nicotine, health risks and outcomes are
modifiable through consumer choice
Recommendations
Category and Recommendations
Level of
Evidence
Strength of
Recommendation
Smokeless Tobacco
1. Use of Smokeless Tobacco (SLT) should be
discouraged.
Low Strong
Heated Tobacco Products
2. Use of Heated Tobacco Products (HTP) should be
discouraged.
Moderate Strong
Water–Pipe Smoking
3. Water-pipe smoking should be discouraged. High Strong
Reproductive Health
4. Use of SLT, HTP, water-pipes, and e-cigarettes
should be discouraged in women who are pregnant
Very Low Strong
Vaping and Addiction
Recommendation 5a.
Use of e-cigarettes with nicotine
should be discouraged among non-
smokers due to risk of addiction
Vaping and Addiction
5a. Summary Statements
There is substantial evidence that:
•e-cigarettes with nicotine are addictive, and that their
use results in symptoms of dependence on e-
cigarettes
•e-cigarette use increases the risk of ever using
combustible tobacco cigarettes among youth and
young adults. However, transition to regular use of
tobacco cigarettes is unclear at this time
Vaping and Addiction
5a. Considerations
• use of high-dose nicotine salts may increase risk of addiction
• youth and young adults should be advised that e-cigarettes are
addictive and that nicotine addiction may increase the risk of
using combustible tobacco cigarettes.
• patients should be advised to restrict the use of e-cigarettes to
protect non-users from airborne particulate matter.
Vaping and Cessation
Recommendation 5b.
E-cigarettes with nicotine may be
an effective cessation aid for
people who use combustible
tobacco.
Vaping and Cessation
5b. Summary Statements
• Systematic reviews provide some evidence of the
effectiveness of e-cigarettes as a cessation aid.
• More frequent use (ie: daily) of e-cigarettes is associated
with an increase in cessation outcomes.
• People who use combustible nicotine products should try to
quit using approved smoking cessation treatments first. If
they are unable or unwilling to quit, e-cigarettes can be
considered.
Vaping and Cessation
5b. Considerations
• E-cigarettes as a cessation aid are most effective when combined with
behavioural counselling
• Smokers should be advised to switch completely from combusted
tobacco to e-cigarettes and to use e-cigarettes when they would
normally have smoked tobacco cigarettes
• Device type and nicotine dose is a matter of personal preference
• Switching completely to e-cigarettes will significantly reduce the harms
associated with combusted tobacco. However, smokers should be
advised that harms associated with long-term e-cigarette use are
currently unknown
• Continued use of e-cigarettes may reduce risk of relapse to
combustible tobacco
Vaping and Health Outcomes
Recommendation 5c.
People who do not use any
tobacco products should not
use e-cigarettes
Vaping and Health Outcomes
Recommendation 5d.
People who are currently using e-
cigarettes should stop or switch to
safer forms of nicotine such as
NRT.
Vaping and Health Outcomes
Recommendation 5e.
People who switch from
combustible tobacco to e-cigarettes
will reduce their exposure to
numerous toxicants and
carcinogens
Vaping and Health Outcomes
Recommendation 5f.
For people who use
combustible tobacco products
and cannot quit by other means,
e-cigarettes may be a lower-risk
alternative.
Vaping and Health Outcomes
5c-f. Summary Statements
• The long-term health effects of e-cigarette use are
unknown.
• There is some evidence of mutagenesis and DNA damage
related to e-cigarette use that is a marker for increased
cancer risk.
• There is evidence that e-cigarette exposure can cause
cough and mouth and throat irritation.
Vaping and Health Outcomes
5c-f. Considerations
• E-cigarettes are less harmful than combustible tobacco, but are
not completely harmless. In addition to nicotine, most e-cigarette
products contain and emit substances with unknown harms when
inhaled.
• Receive instruction on the use of the device given the variability in
device types, etc.
Vaping and Health Outcomes
5c-f. Considerations
• If you use these products, you should consider the following:
• Do not purchase unsafe illicit/black market e-liquids, pods or
devices
• Don’t adulterate your products (THC, vitamin E, other oils, etc.) or
modify the device
• Keep the products away from children
• It is unclear what risks are associated with using e-cigarettes and
combustible tobacco concurrently
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Examine the Recommendations
and Dissemination Plan
3
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Quick Tips
• Tips for lowering risk when using
nicotine
• Chart of product contents and health
risks
Recommendations
• Recommendations, Summary Statements,
Considerations
Evidence Brief
• Digestible recommendations
Products at a Glance
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When is the Recommendations document used?
• HCP-facing document
• Contains all
Recommendations and
Considerations
• Links to Executive
Summary with
Methodology and full
reference list
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When is the Evidence Brief used?
• HCP-facing
• Making the
Recommendations
more accessible
• Refer to this document
when clients ask
questions
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When are the Quick Tips used?
• Patient-facing resource
• Refer to this document when advising
clients
• Share this with your clients
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Dissemination
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NDS website
(>1,000 unique
visitors)
TEACH webinars
(>400 attendees)
TEACH Listserv
(>900 HCPs)
STOP
Teleconference
(110 attendees)
ORTU newsletter
(~777 views)
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Product Creation with
partners at CEP
Usability
Testing with
HCPs and
consumers
Finalization of
Knowledge
Products
Dissemination Strategy
Soft Launch
06-07/2020 05/2021
01/2020
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Creation
of French
translation
Follow-up
Surveys
Manuscript
Dissemination Strategy ongoing
Distribution
amongst
partnership
networks
NCCMT
CEP
PSFC
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Acknowledgements
Team
• Guideline
Development
Group
• Rosa Dragonetti
• Chantal Fougere
• Danielle Dawson
• Anne Dabrowski
• Sophie Blackmore
Partners Funded by
Supported by
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  • 1. Welcome! • This webinar will be recorded. • Your microphone and camera will be turned off for the duration of the webinar. • To ensure accessibility, live captions can be enabled from the control panel.
  • 2. March 3, 2022 Presenters: Dr. Peter Selby Facilitator: Emily Clark The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH): Lower-Risk Nicotine Use Guidelines
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  • 8. Presenter Dr. Peter Selby Senior Medical Consultant and Clinician Scientist at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH)
  • 9. Lower-Risk Nicotine Use Guidelines March 03, 2022 Dr. Peter Selby MBBS, CCFP, FCFP, MHSc, dipABAM, DFASAM Senior Medical Consultant and ClinicianScientist – Addictions, CAMH Professor, DFCM, Psychiatry, and the Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto @drpselby www.nicotinedependenceclinic.com
  • 10. Presenter Biography Peter Selby is a Senior Medical Consultant and Clinician Scientist at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH). He is the (Interim) Vice Chair of Research, Clinician Scientist, and Giblon Professor in the Department of Family and Community Medicine, and Full Professor in the Departments of Psychiatry and the Dalla Lana School of Public Health at the University of Toronto. His research focus is on innovative methods to understand and treat addictive behaviours and their comorbidities. He also uses technology to combine clinical medicine and public health methods to scale up and test health interventions. His cohort of >300,000 treated smokers in Ontario is an example. He has received grant funding totaling over 100 million dollars from CIHR, NIH, and Ministry of Health and has published 150 peer reviewed publications. He has published 6 books (including 5 edited), is the author of 31 book chapters, and 38 research reports prepared for the government. He is the Chair of the Medical Education Council for the American Society of Addiction Medicine. Dr. Selby mentors Fellows in Addiction Medicine and Addiction Psychiatry, junior investigators and medical students. The use of innovative methods to communicate messages makes Dr. Selby a sought after speaker for various topics including addictive disorders, motivational interviewing, and health behavior change at individual and system levels. Peter Selby, MBBS, CCFP, FCFP, MHSc, DipABAM, DFASAM Senior Medical Consultant, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) Clinician Scientist, Addictions Division, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) Professor, Departments of Family and Community Medicine and Psychiatry, and Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto peter.selby@camh.ca (416) 535-8501 ext. 36859
  • 11. Grants/Research Support: • CAMH, Health Canada, OMOH, CIHR, CCSA, PHAC, Pfizer Inc./Canada, OLA, • Medical Psychiatry Alliance, ECHO, CCSRI, CCO, OICR, Ontario Brain Institute, • McLaughlin Centre, AHSC/AFP, WSIB, NIH, AFMC, Shoppers Drug Mart, • Bhasin Consulting Fund Inc., Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute Speaking Engagements (Content not subject to sponsors approval)/Honoraria: • Pfizer Canada Inc., ABBVie, Bristol-Myers Squibb Consulting Fees: • Pfizer Inc./Canada, Evidera Inc., Johnson & Johnson Group of Companies, • Medcan Clinic, Inflexxion Inc., V-CC Systems Inc., MedPlan Communications, • Kataka Medical Communications, Miller Medical Communications, Nvision • Insight Group, Sun Life Financial Other: (Received drugs free/discounted for study through open tender process) • Johnson & Johnson, Novartis, Pfizer Inc. NO TOBACCO or ALCOHOL or FOOD INDUSTRY FUNDING Disclosures
  • 12. Copyright © 2017, CAMH Learning Objectives 4 1 Describe the broadening landscape of the tobacco epidemic that necessitated the creation of the LRNUG Guidelines 2 Examine the Recommendations and dissemination plan Investigate the formulation of the Guidelines 3
  • 13. Copyright © 2017, CAMH Describe the broadening landscape of the tobacco epidemic 1
  • 14. Copyright © 2017, CAMH Current Cigarette Smoking in Canada • 12% of Canadians (3.7 million) Youth (aged 15-19) • 5% (142,000) Young Adults (20-24) • 13% (240,000) Adults (25+) • 13% (3.3 million) 6 Background Statistics Canada 2019
  • 15. Copyright © 2017, CAMH Who Smokes Cigarettes in Canada? In 2019, 12% of Canadians 15 years or older reported being a current smoker 13% Males 11% Females Statistics Canada, 2015; Health Canada 2015 Statistics Canada 2019
  • 16. Copyright © 2017, CAMH Use of Other Tobacco Products (past 30 days) 3% (873,000) Cigars 0.4% (127,000) Water-pipe Statistics Canada, 2015; Health Canada 2015 Statistics Canada 2019 0.4% (127,000) Chew
  • 17. Copyright © 2017, CAMH Use of Vaping Devices 5% (1.5 million) Past-30-day 38% current smokers 25% former smokers 37% never smokers 84% used nicotine 16% (5 million) Ever vaped 2.1% (656,250) Daily Vapers Why Vape? 27% smoking cessation 20% curiosity 20% enjoyed it Statistics Canada 2019
  • 18. Copyright © 2017, CAMH Global Canada • healthcare expenditure due to smoking-attributable diseases • over US$422 billion in purchasing power parity (PPP) in 2012 • 5.7% of total global health expenditure • Total economic cost of lost productivity • estimated US$1 trillion in PPP in 2012 • equivalent to 1.8% of the world’s annual GDP Goodchild et al. 2016 10 Economic cost of smoking • economic burden from tobacco smoking is estimated at 18.7 billion annually Krueger et al. 2015
  • 19. Copyright © 2017, CAMH Alternate nicotine delivery devices • Broadening the landscape of the tobacco epidemic Gravely et al. 2019 11 Nicotine • Primary addictive component in tobacco
  • 20. Copyright © 2017, CAMH T A R G E T In 2019, 24% (7.6 million) of Canadians 15+ reported being a former smoker • 3% quit <1 year Cited Cessation Methods • 70% - quitting on their own without special preparation or help • 54% - reducing their number of cigarettes • 35% - switching to vaping 12 Quitting Smoking in Canada 5 % p r e v a l e n c e by 2 0 3 5 StatCan, 2019 H o w d o w e g e t h e r e ?
  • 21. Copyright © 2017, CAMH 13 Challenges with Cessation INDIVIDUAL CLINICAL SYSTEM attitude knowledge and skills, undermining efforts lack of knowledge and belief in harms of smoking, attitudes towards getting assistance and or meds to quit coverage, accountability
  • 22. Copyright © 2017, CAMH 14 Nicotine Dependence Service Goals Increase access to free treatment for Ontario smokers Build practitioner and system capacity for delivering treatment Decrease prevalence of smoking in Ontario
  • 23. Copyright © 2017, CAMH Investigate the formulation of the Guidelines 2
  • 24. Guideline Development Funded by Health Canada’s Substance Use and Addictions Program
  • 25. Copyright © 2017, CAMH 17 Lower-Risk Nicotine Use Guidelines • evidence-based information on how to lower risk when choosing/using nicotine products • educate and empower lower-risk nicotine use
  • 26. Methodology Guideline Development Group Formation Development of a Research Question Selection of Priority Topics Review of the Literature Guided by GRADE Principles
  • 27. Literature Review Search strategy developed in partnership with CEP Systematic Reviews Supplementary e-cigarette RCT search “Up-to-the minute” literature search 3 rounds of literature search
  • 28. • Vaping evidence is emergent • many systematic reviews will not pass full AMSTAR • prohibitively small research pool • “rapid AMSTAR” approach: • excludes less rigorously performed reviews • enables inclusion of well-done studies Literature Review: Vaping Evidence
  • 29. Appraisal of Literature & Recommendation Development GDG Review of literature tables independently 2 day in person meeting in Toronto Presentations and Recommendation Development
  • 30. Guideline Development Group Peter Selby, MBBS, CCFP(AM), FCFP, MHSc, dipABAM, DFASAM CAMH; UofT John Atkinson, MSW Canadian Cancer Society Bruce Baskerville, MHA, PhD, CE Canadian Institutes of Health Research Mark Eisenberg, MD, IMHL, MPH Jewish General Hospital; McGill Brent Friesen, MD, FRCPC Alberta Health Services Milan Khara, MBChB, CCFP, Dip. ABAM Vancouver Coastal Health; UBC Jane Ling, R.Ph., BScPhm North Durham Family Health Team; Pharmacists for a Smoke Free Canada Claudia Mariano, MSc, NP Nurse Practitioners Association of Ontario Nadia Minian, PhD, MA CAMH Alice Ordean, MD St. Joseph’s Health Centre; UofT Ron Pohar, BSc.Pharm, APA Consultant Pharmacist Robert Reid, PhD, MBA University of Ottawa Heart Institute Robert Schwartz, PhD Ontario Tobacco Research Unit; UofT Laurie Zawertailo, PhD CAMH; UofT
  • 31. Guidelines Level of Evidence • Very Low, Low, Moderate, High • Quality of available evidence • Rapid AMSTAR review Strength of the Recommendation • Strong, Conditional • Confidence that adherence to recommendation will cause good • Quality of evidence & GDG expertise
  • 32. 24 Lower-Risk Nicotine Use Guidelines Smoking related health outcomes and their severity are modifiable by consumer choice • Full abstinence from nicotine products is the only way to completely avoid the associated health risks • Quit, or reduce to quit with pharmacological and/or behavioural supports is always encouraged first • For those who do choose to use nicotine, health risks and outcomes are modifiable through consumer choice
  • 34. Category and Recommendations Level of Evidence Strength of Recommendation Smokeless Tobacco 1. Use of Smokeless Tobacco (SLT) should be discouraged. Low Strong Heated Tobacco Products 2. Use of Heated Tobacco Products (HTP) should be discouraged. Moderate Strong Water–Pipe Smoking 3. Water-pipe smoking should be discouraged. High Strong Reproductive Health 4. Use of SLT, HTP, water-pipes, and e-cigarettes should be discouraged in women who are pregnant Very Low Strong
  • 35. Vaping and Addiction Recommendation 5a. Use of e-cigarettes with nicotine should be discouraged among non- smokers due to risk of addiction
  • 36. Vaping and Addiction 5a. Summary Statements There is substantial evidence that: •e-cigarettes with nicotine are addictive, and that their use results in symptoms of dependence on e- cigarettes •e-cigarette use increases the risk of ever using combustible tobacco cigarettes among youth and young adults. However, transition to regular use of tobacco cigarettes is unclear at this time
  • 37. Vaping and Addiction 5a. Considerations • use of high-dose nicotine salts may increase risk of addiction • youth and young adults should be advised that e-cigarettes are addictive and that nicotine addiction may increase the risk of using combustible tobacco cigarettes. • patients should be advised to restrict the use of e-cigarettes to protect non-users from airborne particulate matter.
  • 38. Vaping and Cessation Recommendation 5b. E-cigarettes with nicotine may be an effective cessation aid for people who use combustible tobacco.
  • 39. Vaping and Cessation 5b. Summary Statements • Systematic reviews provide some evidence of the effectiveness of e-cigarettes as a cessation aid. • More frequent use (ie: daily) of e-cigarettes is associated with an increase in cessation outcomes. • People who use combustible nicotine products should try to quit using approved smoking cessation treatments first. If they are unable or unwilling to quit, e-cigarettes can be considered.
  • 40. Vaping and Cessation 5b. Considerations • E-cigarettes as a cessation aid are most effective when combined with behavioural counselling • Smokers should be advised to switch completely from combusted tobacco to e-cigarettes and to use e-cigarettes when they would normally have smoked tobacco cigarettes • Device type and nicotine dose is a matter of personal preference • Switching completely to e-cigarettes will significantly reduce the harms associated with combusted tobacco. However, smokers should be advised that harms associated with long-term e-cigarette use are currently unknown • Continued use of e-cigarettes may reduce risk of relapse to combustible tobacco
  • 41. Vaping and Health Outcomes Recommendation 5c. People who do not use any tobacco products should not use e-cigarettes
  • 42. Vaping and Health Outcomes Recommendation 5d. People who are currently using e- cigarettes should stop or switch to safer forms of nicotine such as NRT.
  • 43. Vaping and Health Outcomes Recommendation 5e. People who switch from combustible tobacco to e-cigarettes will reduce their exposure to numerous toxicants and carcinogens
  • 44. Vaping and Health Outcomes Recommendation 5f. For people who use combustible tobacco products and cannot quit by other means, e-cigarettes may be a lower-risk alternative.
  • 45. Vaping and Health Outcomes 5c-f. Summary Statements • The long-term health effects of e-cigarette use are unknown. • There is some evidence of mutagenesis and DNA damage related to e-cigarette use that is a marker for increased cancer risk. • There is evidence that e-cigarette exposure can cause cough and mouth and throat irritation.
  • 46. Vaping and Health Outcomes 5c-f. Considerations • E-cigarettes are less harmful than combustible tobacco, but are not completely harmless. In addition to nicotine, most e-cigarette products contain and emit substances with unknown harms when inhaled. • Receive instruction on the use of the device given the variability in device types, etc.
  • 47. Vaping and Health Outcomes 5c-f. Considerations • If you use these products, you should consider the following: • Do not purchase unsafe illicit/black market e-liquids, pods or devices • Don’t adulterate your products (THC, vitamin E, other oils, etc.) or modify the device • Keep the products away from children • It is unclear what risks are associated with using e-cigarettes and combustible tobacco concurrently
  • 48. Copyright © 2017, CAMH Examine the Recommendations and Dissemination Plan 3 40
  • 49. Copyright © 2017, CAMH 41 Quick Tips • Tips for lowering risk when using nicotine • Chart of product contents and health risks Recommendations • Recommendations, Summary Statements, Considerations Evidence Brief • Digestible recommendations Products at a Glance
  • 50. Copyright © 2017, CAMH 42 When is the Recommendations document used? • HCP-facing document • Contains all Recommendations and Considerations • Links to Executive Summary with Methodology and full reference list
  • 51. Copyright © 2017, CAMH 43 When is the Evidence Brief used? • HCP-facing • Making the Recommendations more accessible • Refer to this document when clients ask questions
  • 52. Copyright © 2017, CAMH 44 When are the Quick Tips used? • Patient-facing resource • Refer to this document when advising clients • Share this with your clients
  • 53. Copyright © 2017, CAMH Dissemination
  • 54. Copyright © 2017, CAMH NDS website (>1,000 unique visitors) TEACH webinars (>400 attendees) TEACH Listserv (>900 HCPs) STOP Teleconference (110 attendees) ORTU newsletter (~777 views) 46 Product Creation with partners at CEP Usability Testing with HCPs and consumers Finalization of Knowledge Products Dissemination Strategy Soft Launch 06-07/2020 05/2021 01/2020
  • 55. Copyright © 2017, CAMH 47 Creation of French translation Follow-up Surveys Manuscript Dissemination Strategy ongoing Distribution amongst partnership networks NCCMT CEP PSFC
  • 56. Copyright © 2017, CAMH 48 Acknowledgements Team • Guideline Development Group • Rosa Dragonetti • Chantal Fougere • Danielle Dawson • Anne Dabrowski • Sophie Blackmore Partners Funded by Supported by
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