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In what is expected to be a first of it's kind, Glasgow is to see the launch a new "School of Vape" event on 3rd May 2015. This is a new concept in Vape Meets and is the branchild of Colin Robertson, a vaper of 18 months standing.

Are you a new e-cigarette user, thinking of trying one or a business supplying new users? If so, Lynne Dawkins needs you. A survey is being conducted by researchers in the School of Psychology at the University of East London (UEL) in collaboration with Queen Mary University of London and the University of Geneva into the patterns of electronic cigarette use in new users over 12 months.

NNA are delighted to announce the appointment of our first patron. Steve Christie is a vaper and Scottish author, specialising in crime fiction. We look forwards to having Steve support the work of NNA in what will be challenging times.

NNA would like to congratulate Jens Mellin and Bernd Mayer on being named Vaping Advocates of the Year. The awards will be presented at the Global Forum on Nicotine 2015 in Warsaw, in June.

On 13th February 2015 NNA (UK) finally received charitable status, as a charitable incorporated organisation.

Vaping etiquette: the best way to ensure smoke without ire

The surging popularity of electronic cigarettes has prompted calls for regulation, bans, or prescriptions on the NHS. Now a group of users say that the controversial devices need something more important: an etiquette guide. With about two million people using e-cigarettes, confusion over the rules on “vaping” in restaurants, offices and on public transport is rife, with some prohibiting it and others unclear.

NNA calls on vapers to designate 2015 as ‘the Year of Vaping Advocacy’ using the hash-tag #vaping2015

NNA’s Board and Associates - Lorien Jollye, Sarah Jakes and Louise Ross - get New Year’s honours in the Women of the Year Award:

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