Webinar: ‘It was just a social thing – now I’m addicted’: an overview of the Generation Vape project

Generation Vape

This resource has undergone expert review.


Dr Bronwyn McGill, the University of Sydney and Dr Shiho Rose, the Daffodil Centre.


1 hour webinar recording and handout, available on demand.


Presented by Dr Bronwyn McGill and Dr Shiho Rose, this webinar is for school staff, parents, and any health professionals interested in learning more about vaping among young people in Australia.

The webinar includes an overview of the problem of vaping among young people in Australia, and the purpose and initial findings of Generation Vape (the first and largest national study of awareness, perceptions, and use of vapes in young people (14-17 years), and their parents and teachers).


This webinar will provide:

  • Data on e-cigarette use in Australia
  • Research into access to e-cigarettes in Australia
  • Information about the Generation Vape project and its future directions

Evidence Base

This webinar was developed by Dr Bronwyn McGill, the Prevention Research Collaboration, the University of Sydney, and Dr Shiho Rose, the Daffodil Centre. It was informed by the findings of the Generation Vape research project.

(Webinar conducted on 9/8/2023)

Page last reviewed: 24/07/2023

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