Will cover design, liquids, aerosol, packaging, labeling, more
By Thomas A. Briant, Executive Director
MINNEAPOLIS — The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has announced a series of three public workshops to gather scientific information and provide a forum for discussion of e-cigarettes and the public health.
These workshops will include presentations and panel discussions about the current state of scientific studies on e-cigarettes. The first workshop will be held Dec. 10-11, 2014, in Washington, D.C., and the agenda will include e-cigarette scientific studies, packaging, labeling of components and ingredients and environmental impacts. The second and third workshops will cover the topics of the health effects of electronic cigarettes on individuals and on the population as a whole.