Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems (ENDS)
White Paper: Electronic Cigarettes in the Indoor Environment
American Industrial Hygiene Association describes ENDS use, identifies gaps in current evidence of ENDS use, cautions against advocating or recommending use until additional data available, discusses health, safety, and emissions, examines costs, inconsistencies in quality control, and identifies areas for further research. Describes process wherein ENDS may now be used to deliver liquid extracts of marijuana, hashish, and crack cocaine with no detection by occupants nearby.
- Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems Key Facts
ENDS Fact Sheet from the CDC Office on Smoking and Health
- Online Course: E-cigarettes: An emerging public health challenge
CDC Public Health Grand Rounds online course with CE/CME available.
- Report: Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems
Report given at the Conference of the Parties to the WHJO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control. This document by WHO to examines emerging evidence on the health impacts of electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS) use and to identify options for prevention and control at the 6th session of the Conference of the Parties.