담배와 관련하여 흥미로운 논문을 발표한 연구자를 소개합니다.
캐나다 워털루대학의 부교수로 재직 중인 David Hammond인데요…
2000년대 중반부터 흥미로운 논문들을 많이 발표하고 있습니다.
그는 Lancet에 발표한 논문에서 BAT와 ICT가 비밀리에 흡연자들의 흡입행동을
연구한 결과 실제로 담배회사가 ISO 기계로 측정하여 담배갑에 표시한 것보다
더 많은 니코틴과 타르를 흡연자들이 흡입한다는 사실을 발견하였지만,
담배회사들은 이 결과를 감추었을 뿐만 아니라 이처럼 차이가 나는 정보를
이용하여 소비자들과 정부감독자들을 속이는 소위 “elastic(탄력성)” 실험설계를
하고 있다는 의심이 든다고 밝힌 바 있습니다.
워털루 대학 홈페이지에 소개된 David Hammond의 약력과 연락처, 관심 연구분야,
최근 주요 연구기금 지원 기관, 주요 논저 등은 아래와 같습니다.
BA Psychology (1996, University of British Columbia)
MSc Health Studies (2002, University of Waterloo)
PhD Psychology (2005, University of Waterloo)
Office: LHN 1723
Phone: (519) 888-4567 ext. 36462
Personal webpage: www.ahs.uwaterloo.ca/~dhammond
Global health, Health behaviour, health policy
David Hammond is an Associate Professor in the School of Public Health
& Health Systems at the University of Waterloo. Dr. Hammond’s research
focuses on population-level interventions to reduce chronic disease,
with a focus on policies and regulations that reach large segments of
the population. Dr. Hammond’s research includes tobacco control policy
in the areas of health communications, packaging, and product
regulation, as well as nutritional labelling and obesity prevention.
Dr. Hammond also conducts studies in the areas of harm reduction and
other areas of health policy. Dr. Hammond works closely with
governments around the world and has served as an Advisor for the
World Health Organization. He recently received the Canada’s Premier
Young Researcher Award from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research
and is a past recipient of the Canadian Medical Association Journal’s
Top Canadian Achievements in Health Research Awards 2009 for his work
with Geoff Fong and Mary Thompson as part of the International Tobacco
Control Policy project, conducted in more than a dozen low and middle
Current major funding sources
Canadian Tobacco Control Research Initiative
National Institutes of Health (US)
Canadian Cancer Society Research Institute
Hammond D, Doxey J, Daniel S, Bansal-Travers M. Impact of
female-oriented cigarette packaging in the United States. Nicotine &
Tobacco Research 2011 April 12; doi: 10.1093/ntr/ntr045.
Campos S, Doxey J, Hammond D. Nutrition labels on pre-packaged foods:
A systematic review. Journal of Public Health Nutrition 2011; Jan
18:1-11. Doi: 10.1017/S1368980010003290
Yang J, Hammond D, Driezen P, O’Connor RJ, Li Q, Yong H, Fong GT. The
use of cessation assistance among smokers from China: Findings from
the ITC China Survey. BMC Public Health 2011; 11: 75.
Hammond D, Ahmed R, Burkhalter R, Sae Yang W, Leatherdale S. Illicit
substance use among Canadian youth: Trends between 2002 and
2008.Canadian Journal of Public Health 2010; 102(1): 7-12.
Hammond D. Plain packaging regulations for tobacco products: the
impact of standardardizing the color and design of cigarette packs.
Revista de Salud Pública de México 2010; 52 suppl 2:S226-S232.
Callery W, Hammond D, O’Connor RJ, Fong GT. The appeal of smokeless
tobacco products among young Canadian smokers: the impact of pictorial
health warnings and relative risk messages. Nicotine & Tobacco
Research 2011; doi: 10.1093/ntr/ntr013.
Hammond D, Chaiton M, Lee A Collishaw N. Destroyed Documents:
Uncovering the science British American Tobacco sought to conceal.
Canadian Medical Association Journal 2009; 181(10):691-8.
Hammond D, Fong GT, Borland R, Cummings KM, McNeill A, Driezen P. Text
and Graphic Warnings on Cigarette Packages: Findings from the ITC Four
Country Survey. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 2007; 32 (3):
Hammond D, Collishaw N, Callard C. Tobacco industry research on
smoking behaviour and product design. The Lancet 2006; 367: 781-87.