Event Title

The Efficacy of E-Cigarettes for Smoking Cessation

Presenter Information

Kourtney Madison, College of DuPage

Location

SRC 2000 Room E

Event Type

Presentation

Start Date

10-5-2019 11:05 AM

End Date

10-5-2019 12:05 PM

Description

In my research paper I explored the hypothesis that e-cigarettes could be used to help people quit conventional cigarettes. Analyzing three scholarly articles on the subject two of which were observational studies and one was a survey. I considered the dependability of each of the sources, researching into the publishing journal and the credentials of the researchers. I then broke down and scrutinized the researchers procedure for testing their hypothesis. Taking this information, I was able to draw my own conclusion that e-cigarettes were an effective tool in helping people quit conventional cigarettes.

Faculty Supervisor: Elizabeth Shaffer-McCarthy

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The Efficacy of E-Cigarettes for Smoking Cessation

SRC 2000 Room E

In my research paper I explored the hypothesis that e-cigarettes could be used to help people quit conventional cigarettes. Analyzing three scholarly articles on the subject two of which were observational studies and one was a survey. I considered the dependability of each of the sources, researching into the publishing journal and the credentials of the researchers. I then broke down and scrutinized the researchers procedure for testing their hypothesis. Taking this information, I was able to draw my own conclusion that e-cigarettes were an effective tool in helping people quit conventional cigarettes.

Faculty Supervisor: Elizabeth Shaffer-McCarthy