Conventional with Pmiventional with Pmi
PRI can also be used to evaluate the observed hazards associated with the use of CC to date (e.g. "setting"). Through quantification of observed smoke and nicotine-containing hazards, the PRI can be used by investigators in human and public health trials to gain significant insights into 1) the impact of hazard awareness on smoking and nicotine-containing behaviour among existing smokers, 2) the impact on initiating use among non-users, and 3) the impact of communicating hazards on consumer comprehension and cognition.
1 ) the perceptions of perceptions of risks per person interviewed (personal hazard; PRI-P); 2 ) the perceptions of perceptions of threats to the general public using the device (general hazard; PRI-G). PRI-P and PRI-G have the same points and reaction choices; only the opening handles differ so that they guide interviewees to react in terms of their own PRI-P or the PRI-G level.
Low Risik Product ("RRPs") is the phrase used by PMP SA to describe a product that presents a lower level of hazard to a smoker switching to these devices than if they continue to use them. By not burning cigarettes, the amount of noxious and potentially noxious substances produced by an RRP is much lower than in the case of nicotine fumes.
Development of a new tool to quantify perceptions of risk associated with the use of cigarettes and nicotine-containing substances. 2014;Poster presented at the Society for Research on Nichotine and Tobacco Europe, Santiago De Copostella, Spain. Emilie G, Chrea C, Alfieri R, Cano S, Mainy N, Salzberger T, etc. Recognized hazards in the use of tobaccos and nicotine-containing products: quality research results.
2014;Poster presented at the Society for Research on Nichotine and Tobacco, Seattle, USA. Chrea C, Salzberger T, Cano S, Emilien G, Mainy N, etc. Among others, factor affecting the consumer's perception of the hazard of smoking goods. the Chrea C, Emilien G, Alfieri T, Cano S, Mainy N, Salzberger T, etc. The PRI (Perceived Risks Instrument) for measuring perceptions of hazards associated with the consumption of smoking and smoking related health and safety measures.
2015;Poster presented at the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco Meetings, Philadelphia, PA, USA. The Chrea C, Emilien G, Salzberger T, Cano S, Alfieri T, Mainy N, et al. Concluding psychological assessment and adjustment of the PRI to measures perceptions of risk associated with the consumption of smoking and nicotine-containing foods.
2016 ; presented by the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco Annual Meeting, Chicago, USA.