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A Request for Proposal (RFP) addressed to research, data analysis and survey companies and institutions has been launched today by ECLAT, a spin-off of the University of Catania strongly committed to the research and innovation in the field of tobacco harm reduction, and that manages projects in direct link with the Center of Excellence for the Acceleration of Harm Reduction (CoEHAR), the interdepartmental research center of the University of Catania, and LIAF, the Italian Antismoking League. Together with the CoEHAR experts in social statistics, ECLAT will launch in 2020 a 5-year epidemiological survey across a range of European countries to capture the evolving dynamics of tobacco/nicotine products consumption reflecting different cultural, socio-economic, and tobacco-regulatory backgrounds.
Eclat is looking for a strategic partnership with an experienced company with a multinational coverage and, if possibible, with previous experience in tobacco market research. Applicants should design a study proposal containing innovative methodologies and solutions for data collection, to increase participation rate and reduce attrition rate throughout the whole study in a target population of 50,000 adults living in about 18 European and Russian countries.
As stated in the Rfp, whose deadline is 5th april at 17.00, the proposals should aim at reaching a clear understanding of the evolving pattern of tobacco/nicotine products consumption among the European population in order to inform policy makers and general population, and to monitor the impact of novel tobacco/nicotine products to reduce smoking-related morbidity and mortality.
The RFP is downloadable on ECLAT website at this link .